By Tyria Bourda – Staff Writer In the week following the announcement that lawmakers had formed a bipartisan historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Caucus, HBCU students visited the legislature to advocate for their schools. Representatives Jon Hardister, R-Guilford, and […]Read More
WASHINGTON (AP) – President Joe Biden on Wednesday announced a proposed rule by the Federal Trade Commission to ban any hidden and bogus junk fees, which can mask the total cost of concert tickets, hotel rooms, and utility bills. Biden […]Read More
NEW YORK (AP) – From auto production lines to Hollywood, the power of labor unions is back in the national spotlight. But despite historic strikes and record contract negotiations this year, there’s a lot stacked against labor organizers today. Union membership rates have been falling for decades […]Read More
Durham – Tiffany Murray has been named the new chief financial officer (CFO) for Durham County Government. She will join the organization on November 27, 2023. The Finance Department maintains a centralized countywide system of financial accounting, planning, investments, reporting, […]Read More
(AP) New York would restrict the way online platforms like Instagram and YouTube can collect and share children’s personal information and let parents keep their kids from being bombarded by “addictive” feeds from accounts they don’t follow, under legislation proposed […]Read More
By Tyria Bourda – Staff Writer Durham, N.C. residents, local officials, pastors, and family and friends gathered at North Carolina Central’s Student Center Hall for The Joseph R. Biden Lifetime Achievement Award and Volunteer Service Award Ceremony. Lifetime achievement awards […]Read More
NC NEWSLINE – America’s educators must not cower before lawmakers attempting to restrict what they teach students about America’s racial history, author and education reformer Lisa Delpit told hundreds of teachers attending the annual Color of Education summit in Raleigh […]Read More
APEX, N.C. (AP) – A State Bureau of Investigation agent was justified when he shot and killed a North Carolina teenager accused of pointing a gun at him, a prosecutor has determined. The Wake County District Attorney’s Office said on Tuesday it […]Read More
NEW YORK (AP) – U.S. Rep. George Santos stole the identities of donors to his campaign and then used their credit cards to ring up tens of thousands of dollars in unauthorized charges, according to a new indictment. He then […]Read More
Tyria Bourda – Staff Writer A new affordable housing development has been approved for Southeast Raleigh’s Parkside Apartments on Kent Road. Spearheaded by Blue Ridge Atlantic Development, the new apartments aim to provide much-needed housing opportunities for low-income families in […]Read More
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