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Passing the baton
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
In wake of the tragic plane crash that killed Pastor Myles Munroe, his wife, Ruth, and seven other passengers of the Bahamas Faith Ministries en route to a Global Leadership Forum, I came across one of his last interviews on Charismanews.com that resonated deeply with me. He said, “Politically speaking, I think we are in a leadership dilemma. We are
 
Compare when you shop for financial products
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
You wouldn't buy laundry detergent without comparing features and prices among brands. Or a smartphone. Or a car. But most Americans either don't comparison shop for financial products – such as credit cards, car loans and mortgages – or conduct only limited searches for the best price or terms. The FINRA Investor Education Foundation's
 
NC employers avoid more federal unemployment taxes
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
RALEIGH - North Carolina businesses won't have to pay even higher unemployment insurance taxes beyond what's already required while the state still owes the federal government money used to pay jobless benefits during the Great Recession. The U.S. Department of Labor told Gov. Pat McCrory last week that a waiver has been granted to the state, which
 
Fayetteville Elementary makes sure no child is left behind
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
DURHAM – With winter right around the corner, Fayetteville Elementary School hopes to help every student in need. “We try to make sure no student is forgotten and has food, warm clothing, and any other school materials they need,” Assistant Principal Charlotte Wilson said. The school has a long list of charities that donate clothes,
 
MLK Jr. essay contest winners honored
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
RALEIGH – The McCrory administration’s Human Relations Commission recognized three winners of the Martin Luther King Jr. Commission’s youth essay contest. The essays were evaluated on their understanding of the life and philosophy of Dr. King, and the impact of his vision on the writer’s personal dreams and goals. The awards went
 
Holidays add stress for family of sick and aging
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
MAXTON, N.C. – For every twinkle of a holiday light and crinkle of wrapping paper, there's stress associated with this time of year, especially for the thousands of North Carolinians who care for a loved one. Adding to their concern are waiting lists for existing services across the state that help support family caregivers. Lou Henderson of Maxton
 
Rogers Road opens new community center
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
CHAPEL HILL – It was a beautiful but chilly day in the Rogers Road neighborhood. The long awaited Rogers Road Community Center is now open and will be ready for business by the start of next week. The new space offers the community a place to gather for camaraderie, service, and recreational activities for both youth and adults. “We have a lot
 
Take me with you: must-have travel necessities
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
There are so many great travel-related clothing and accessories, gadgets, products and more on the market today that it is often hard to know which ones would be of benefit. Nevertheless, I have found a few lately that are not only highly functional but also stylish as well and, in some cases, have helped me travel a lot lighter. SUN PROTECTION FROM
 
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Help find missing Durham child

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‘Big House’ Gaines honored with character award

Winston-Salem State legendary basketball coach Clarence “Big House” Gaines will

Public weigh in on transit future

DURHAM – If all gets approved and goes as planned, the Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit