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Second-half rally lifts SAU women past Claflin
Monday, December 10, 2018
RALEIGH – Junior Kamya Renwicks scored 13 points and Angela Caraballo added 11 points to lead St. Augustine’s to a 55-51 upset win past Claflin Saturday. The Lady Falcons erased a nine-point deficit. Junior Tanisha Wall contributed 10 points for SAU, which avenged an earlier overtime loss to Claflin with clutch play down the stretch. The score
 
Raleigh man signs first record deal at 74
Monday, December 10, 2018
RALEIGH – When William Burton first started singing and playing the guitar, he was told he was "ahead of his time." Now, some 40 years later, he is a man whose time has come. At 74, Burton has signed his first record deal. Burton said he was performing at the North Carolina Seafood Festival at the state fairgrounds a couple of years ago when author
 
Snowed-in South makes the best of day off from work, school
Monday, December 10, 2018
DURHAM — Snowed-in Southerners made the best of a day without work or school Monday while officials warned that roads remained treacherous after a wintry storm dropped snow, sleet and freezing rain across five states. Accidents on snow-covered interstates caused major delays over the weekend. Hundreds of flights were canceled, and drivers in North
 
Donít let scammers rob you of your money this Christmas season
Monday, December 10, 2018
The holiday season can bring out the best of people’s generosity of spirit. Travel, time spent with people we love, and efforts to reach out to help our neighbors in need all enrich our enjoyment. But it’s also a busy time for scammers, who ramp up their efforts to steal your money or your personal or financial information. This holiday season,
 
Triangle Uplift Foundation hosts second youth summit
Saturday, December 8, 2018
RALEIGH – Triangle Uplift Foundation will partner with the Triangle MLK Committee to bring area families, corporate partners and community organizations together to explore innovative ideas at the Second Annual Youth Innovation Summit. The summit will be held at Cary Academy on Jan. 19, 2019. The event will provide fifth- to 12th- grade students
 
Michaux Jr. urges NCCU graduates to advocate for equality
Saturday, December 8, 2018
DURHAM – Approximately 639 North Carolina Central University graduates received their degrees on Dec. 8 during the university’s 132nd Commencement, the largest December graduation in university history. The degree recipients included 465 undergraduates, 161 graduates and 13 professionals. NCCU alumnus and North Carolina House Rep. H.M.
 
Hatred, racism, forgiveness
Friday, December 7, 2018
EASLEY, S.C. – Do you know the internal struggle of trying to forgive someone who has deliberately hurt you or someone in your family? The Reverend Anthony Thompson knows exactly what that feels like. His wife, Myra, was one of the nine people murdered on June 15, 2015, at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Recently, I heard him
 
House approves voter ID
Friday, December 7, 2018
It was clear during two hours of debate Wednesday where the two political parties at the legislature diverged over photo ID: their belief in voter fraud. The GOP supermajority expectedly passed legislation that would implement a constitutional requirement that voters must show a photo ID to cast an in-person ballot. Their intention with Senate Bill 824,
 
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Second-half rally lifts SAU women past Claflin

RALEIGH – Junior Kamya Renwicks scored 13 points and Angela Caraballo added 11 points to

Raleigh man signs first record deal at 74

RALEIGH – When William Burton first started singing and playing the guitar, he was told he

Snowed-in South makes the best of day off from work, school

DURHAM — Snowed-in Southerners made the best of a day without work or school Monday while