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Girl Scouts receives funding from Duke Energy
Thursday, July 21, 2016
RALEIGH — Girl Scouts–North Carolina Coastal Pines received a generous $40,000 donation from the Duke Energy Foundation to help support and expand TechnoQuest, an all-girl event focusing on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. TechnoQuest is a daylong event for over 150 middle and high school girls and provides opportunities to explore
BOOK: McMillan talks latest novel, ‘Empire’ and inspiring readers
Thursday, July 21, 2016
I Almost Forgot About You By Terry McMillan Best-selling author Terry McMillan is back with a new novel, “I Almost Forgot About You.” McMillan recently spoke about the novel, how she hopes to empower her readers, and even gave her thoughts on the TV show Empire’s portrayal of unhealthy relationships. “I Almost Forgot About
EarthTalk: Choosing the best cookware
Thursday, July 21, 2016
Dear EarthTalk: I’m in the market for a new set of non-stick cookware for my kitchen, and I’m wondering which type is healthiest? – Rose Castillo, Santa Fe, New Mexico Dear Rose: Non-stick cookware cleans very easily, and some health-conscious cooks appreciate that it requires less cooking oil than uncoated varieties. But the convenient
Chapel Hill employees honored for service
Thursday, July 21, 2016
CHAPEL HILL – John French, resident services coordinator for the Town of Chapel Hill, was chosen as the 2016 W. Calvin Horton Service Award winner. Deputy Manager Flo Miller announced the award last week at an employee awards ceremony as part of the Town’s Employee Appreciation Day at the UNC Friday Center. The award is one of the highest
NC State revises speech policy after losing court battle
Thursday, July 21, 2016
RALEIGH – As part of a settlement with a Christian student group, North Carolina State University officials have revised the school’s solicitation policy so that it no longer unconstitutionally censors the free speech of students. In light of the policy change, Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys representing the student group, Grace Christian
Small, Morgan named SIAC players of the year
Thursday, July 21, 2016
MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Albany State running back Jarvis Small was named the 2016 SIAC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year, while Tuskegee defensive lineman Julian Morgan was selected as the defensive player of the year, announced by the conference on Wednesday. SIAC head football coaches and sports information directors submit all votes. Small, who
Shaw University partners with American Underground
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
DURHAM – The American Underground campus at the American Tobacco Historic District will now be the home of Shaw University’s adult degree program, Centers for Alternative Programs in Education. Shaw has partnered with Google for Entrepreneurs Tech Hub at American Underground under the direction of the university president Tashni-Ann Dubroy.
Vision plan for Southern Gateway Corridor underway
Wednesday, July 20, 2016
RALEIGH – After a year of planning and design efforts, the draft report of the Southern Gateway Corridor Study will soon be ready for review. The Raleigh Urban Design Center recently invited the community to two different forums for feedback on the potential recommendations for the study report. The Southern Gateway Corridor covers the right-of-way
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DURHAM – Community members rallied together in front of the Durham Police Department