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UNC Chapel Hill students honor Wilson Caldwell
Monday, March 5, 2018
CHAPEL HILL – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill students and faculty, city officials, and members of the community gathered last week at Old Chapel Hill Cemetery to pay tribute to Wilson Caldwell and his contributions to the university and community. The celebration was planned to honor Caldwell’s legacy and to discuss what lessons can
Don't put off preparing for the worst
Sunday, March 4, 2018
What are advance directives? Advance directives are legal documents that state your wishes about your medical care, finances and property in case you become incapacitated or die. Here are the most common types: Will: states who receives your property at death (your "beneficiaries") and who handles your affairs after you die (your "executor"). Living will:
The Dillon welcomes first residents to Warehouse District
Saturday, March 3, 2018
RALEIGH – Residents moved into The Dillon this week, the first mixed-use development of its kind in downtown Raleigh’s Warehouse District. “We are thrilled to open the doors of The Dillon,” said John Kane, CEO of Kane Realty Corporation. “With the outstanding businesses currently in and coming soon to the Warehouse District,
Shaw, oh Shaw, where art thou?
Friday, March 2, 2018
I want Shaw back! I want the team that everyone loved to hate. I want the bullies, the thugs – er, thugettes – that knocked players around and intimidated players just by walking through the door. I want the team that won nine CIAA Tournament titles in 12 seasons. I want the cocky, insufferable Jacques Curtis. (OK, he’s still cocky and
Study: Churches on solid ground as economy rebounds
Friday, March 2, 2018
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Church collection plates were a little bit fuller last fall, according to a new study released Feb. 8 by LifeWay Research. About 40 percent of Protestant pastors say their churches received more offerings in 2017 than in 2016. Three-quarters say their church met or exceeded budget. And only about a third say the economy gave their
Bagley Jr. starts new basketball league
Friday, March 2, 2018
DURHAM – When Marvin Bagley Jr. thinks about his hometown Durham, he sees a city that is both drastically different in some ways but strikingly similar in others. Bagley Jr., the father of Duke freshman star Marvin Bagley III, moved his family from California to the Triangle when his son began his college career with the Blue Devils. “I left
Results of statewide audit of rape kits expected in March
Friday, March 2, 2018
RALEIGH – North Carolina is expected to know soon how many rape kits are sitting on shelves untested across the state. Results from a statewide audit are expected in March, but at last estimate there are at least 1,000 untested kits. In recent years, Charlotte and Fayetteville made progress in testing their kits after receiving money from the U.S.
Polio, MS doesnít rob Durham woman of her style
Friday, March 2, 2018
DURHAM – Ann Evans touches perhaps as many people’s lives today from her wheelchair as she did before she was stricken with multiple sclerosis over 20 years ago; on top of, at age 2, having polio that left her with a limp. Known for doing hair, known for her fashionable style, Evans is also known for sharing a kind word. “When I talk to
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