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LCHC receives grants to support HIV care, substance abuse
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
DURHAM – Lincoln Community Health Center has received two federal grants totaling more than $2.3 million to enhance its mission of providing primary and mental health care to low-income and underinsured patients throughout Durham County. The first grant of $1.94 million over four years, from The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
Furniture company makes donation to SAU
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
St. Augustine’s today announced a partnership with one of the nation’s largest furniture companies to establish the Reading for Excellence Center, which provides furniture to Latham, Weston and Boyer residence halls. Representatives from Rooms To Go joined university President Everett B. Ward; Steve Hairston, vice-president for institutional
Wake County principal and assistant principal honored
Friday, October 5, 2018
RALEIGH – Enloe High Principal Will Chavis was named the 2018-19 principal of the year in a celebration held Oct. 4 at Angus Barn. Washington Magnet Elementary Assistant Principal Roxann Sykes received the honor in her category. Chavis has been principal of Enloe since 2016. During this time, he has worked to create administrative, teacher, student
DPS Student of the Month: Angel Lucas
Thursday, October 4, 2018
With an entourage of friends and family in tow, Middle College High senior Angel Lucas was named the Durham Public Schools Student of the Month at the Aug. 23 board of education meeting. Angel is dually enrolled at both Middle College and Durham Technical Community College. She is thriving in both environments. At Middle College, Angel is actively engaged
Line dancing helps improve health and coordination
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
DURHAM – Dancing has always been a unique way for someone to express themselves, but for Rosalyn Reed, dancing has become the core of her health. Every Tuesday she attends a 7 p.m. line dancing class at the Holton Career and Resource Center on Driver Street. The line dancing class is organized by a group of church women who find power in growing and

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Documentary Screening

Time: 6 p.m. NCCU School of Law will host the


International Festival of Raleigh

Time: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The annual International


Breast Cancer Symposium


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Guilford schools failed to disclose troubling lead levels

For more than four months, the Guilford County School System failed to disclose critical

VUU’s Taylor added to watch list

The streak is over! Lincoln (Pa.) defeated Elizabeth City State for its first win since Sept.

Peter Weddick Moore honored with highway marker

RALEIGH – Although born into slavery in 1859, Peter Weddick Moore used education as a path