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Small Plane Crash in Rocky Mount: Pilot Survives Emergency Landing

April 15, 2024

By: Jordan Meadows, Staff Writer The FAA and National Transportation Safety Board are set to launch an investigation into a crash of a small plane in Rocky Mount. Late Sunday night, around 9:30 p.m., a single-engine Cessna 172 went down. […]

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Black Mom of 5 Introduces Patent-Pending Products to Help Moms Navigate Postpartum

April 15, 2024

Nationwide – Meet Britnee Wheeler, a military spouse and mother of five, who wears many hats, including being the founder and CEO of Rose Maternity Co. She’s over the moon to introduce an innovative and patent-pending product aimed at helping new moms […]

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No Labels Won’t Run 3rd-Party Campaign after trying to recruit a centrist presidential candidate

April 14, 2024
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79-Year-Old Black Grandmother Celebrates Owning Her First Home

April 14, 2024

Nationwide – Mae Bailey, an African American mother of five from Little Rock, Arkansas, has fulfilled a lifelong dream at the age of 79 as she became a first-time homeowner. In a heartwarming gesture, Habitat for Humanity in Central Arkansas handed […]

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Wake Board approves opiod funding

April 13, 2024

RALEIGH, NC – Today, the Wake County Board of Commissioners approved the Wake County Opioid Settlement Funding Plan for Fiscal Year 2025, marking a significant step forward in addressing the ongoing overdose crisis that continues to grip our community. The […]

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SAU Receives $60K Award From Home Depot

April 13, 2024

RALEIGH, NC—More support has resulted in another big win for one of North Carolina’s historically black colleges/universities (HBCUs). Saint Augustine’s University (SAU) has once again showcased its commitment to excellence and community support by securing a $60,000 Campus Improvement Grant […]

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Black Americans’ significant economic and civil rights progress threatened, report says

April 13, 2024

WASHINGTON (AP) – Black Americans have endured considerable injustices and barriers to prosperity and equality throughout U.S. history. But their social, economic and political advances in the 60 years since the enactment of major civil rights legislation have been unsatisfactory, […]

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Governor Cooper Greets Prime Minister of Japan at RDU Airport

April 12, 2024

RALEIGH — On Thursday evening, Governor Roy Cooper and First Lady Kristin Cooper greeted Prime Minister of Japan Kishida Fumio and Mrs. Kishida Yuko upon their arrival at RDU-International Airport. This historic visit to North Carolina by the Prime Minister […]

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Black Founder Launches New Line of Military Caps With Silk Liners in Retail Stores Nationwide

April 12, 2024

Nationwide – Meet Natasha Hinds, a retired U.S. Army veteran who is also the founder and CEO of Keep Your Hair Headgear, a pioneering Black-owned brand dedicated to promoting hair and scalp health. proudly announces the availability of its revolutionary silk […]

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A Celebration Of Music, Community And Local Area Artists

April 11, 2024

By: Dominique Heath, Columnist Dreamville Festival is not just a musical event, but a celebration of local businesses and artists. The festival, organized by J Cole and his Dreamville team, has become the world’s largest artist-led music festival, and one […]

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