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Shaw women continue streak over Falcons
Saturday, February 11, 2017
RALEIGH – Shaw women extended their winning streak over St. Augustine’s to 16 after Saturday’s 79-49 blowout at Emery Gymnasium. The game was actually much closer than the score indicates. The Falcons trailed by only four points midway the third period, but Shaw used its size and muscle to wear down SAU the rest of way to limit the
 
Trump, HB2 beef up ‘Moral March on Raleigh’
Saturday, February 11, 2017
RALEIGH – A massive crowd attended Saturday's annual civil rights rally in North Carolina's capital, beefed up by protesters energized in opposition to President Donald Trump and to a state law limiting LGBT rights and which public bathrooms transgender people can use. Organizers of the "Moral March on Raleigh," led by the state chapter of the NAACP,
 
'Spring' sports kicks into gear
Friday, February 10, 2017
N.C. Central Doubles partners Jamie Rogers and Frida Cnossen, and Lynsey Cover and Jasmine Gabriel won their matches against Gardner-Webb last weekend, but GWU came away with the overall victory 5-1. The squad will seek its first victory Feb. 10 against East Carolina. St. Augustine’s Senior Shakinah Brooks was the only Lady Falcons to come away
 
Empty Durham church still home to growing congregation
Friday, February 10, 2017
DURHAM – The old church building might be empty, but the congregation is packed. At 11 on a Sunday morning, you can find members of the Church of the Apostolic Revival International just a block down the road from the boarded-up church building on the corner of Main and South Holman streets. As members of the 400- to 500-person congregation come
 
Community prepares for annual St. Paul Village fundraiser
Friday, February 10, 2017
CHAPEL HILL – Amir Lyons-O'Kelly looks forward to the St. Paul Village Community Walk & 5k Run every year. The 11-year-old has always participated with his grandfather, David Lyons, so they can spend time together and enjoy each other’s company. “My favorite memory is when my sister tried to participate but just couldn't
 
SPORTS SHORTS
Friday, February 10, 2017
RALEIGH • Youth baseball registration is Feb. 6-17 for ages 5-18 at local community centers. Call 996-6836. Flag Football registration for youth 5-13 is Feb. 6-24 at Lake Lynn Community Center, 7921 Ray Road. Call 870-2911. Terrance and Torry Holt, former N.C. State and NFL stars, will host a one-week football camp for boys and girls ages 6-15
 
HBCUs Hall of Famers honored at Super Bowl
Thursday, February 9, 2017
The SWAC was well represented at last Sunday’s Super Bowl L1. An emotional and touching pregame tribute honoring pro football hall of famers from HBCUs, narrated by former Grambling State and NFL superstar quarterback Doug Williams, got the record-setting day off to a rousing start. Williams led the Washington Redskins to the Super Bowl XXII win
 
Shaw men keep hold on first place
Thursday, February 9, 2017
Two weeks are left in the CIAA regular season. Virginia Union women and men both lead the CIAA North Divisions, while Shaw men and Johnson C. Smith women control the Southern Division. And speaking of VUU women, junior Karigan Awkward announced this week that she will forego her senior season to attend medical school at Boston University. The conference
 
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