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Cuomo Steps Down As NC Dem Party Exec

December 11, 2022

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The day-to-day administrator of the North Carolina Democratic Party for the past two election cycles has left the executive director’s post.  In an email to party leaders this weekend, Meredith Cuomo said she made the decision […]

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Brittney Griner Freed, On Her Way Home

December 8, 2022

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden says WNBA star Brittney Griner is safe in American custody and on her way home after being released from Russia in an extraordinary prisoner swap. Biden said in an address from the White House […]

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Unity Scholarship Collaboration For NCCU Students Going Into Real Estate

December 7, 2022

F&M Bank is proud to announce NCCU’s Unity Scholarship, which will encourage a student’s dreams of entering the field of real estate. F&M Bank, along with Andre Johnson and James “Monte” Montague, collaborated to offer a $7,500 scholarship (per year […]

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Children’s Tylenol, Motrin Disappearing As Tripledemic Rages

December 7, 2022

By Dr. Joy Martinez, Staff Writer People trying to find over-the-counter medication for their sick children are finding empty shelves, as a spike in respiratory illnesses pushes pediatricians and emergency rooms to the max. “We’re facing an onslaught of three […]

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Mail, Inc(arcerated)

December 4, 2022

A private company scans all mail sent to North Carolina prisons, digitizes it, and gives the incarcerated copies. Is that a problem? By Kelan Lyons, NC Policy Watch Those writing to loved ones in North Carolina prisons must send their […]

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Ford Sponsored Mini-Series HBCU GO Road to Homecoming

December 2, 2022

HBCU Go Road to Homecoming, the new production sponsored by Ford, follows a group of HBCU students and alumni as they prepare for the return of Homecoming Season. The Road to Homecoming series will showcase the authentic spirit and excitement of […]

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Front Page Correction!!!

December 1, 2022

This week’s newspaper had a typographical error on the front page. The amount for reparations was to read 42,000,000 x $1M. We apologize for this error and will print a correction in next week’s newspaper.

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High court to hear arguments over Biden’s deportation policy

November 29, 2022

By MARK SHERMAN The Supreme Court is taking up a dispute over a blocked Biden administration policy that would prioritize deportation of people in the country illegally who pose the greatest public safety risk. Republican-led states sued and won a nationwide court order that […]

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Our Commitment To Historically Black Colleges & Universities

November 28, 2022

Ford is proud to support HBCUs as they progress forward towards more success. The first Historically Black College and University opened in 1837, today there are more than 100. HBCUs offer students an opportunity to thrive academically and personally. They provide […]

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Are The Dems Finally Ready To Move On From The Old Guard?

November 24, 2022

By Stacy M. BrownNNPA New York Rep. Hakeem Jeffries is probably precisely what Democrats need in America’s brutal political civil war, where most Republicans behave as if it’s a North vs. South redux.For starters, Jeffries is unapologetically Black.During his campaign, […]

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