Samaritan Ministries settles in at new digs Samaritan Ministries Soup Kitchen clients saw a change of scenery last week as the agency served its first meals in its new building.
(pictured above: Alexis Fegan (right) poses with her parents.) Alexis Fegan takes two chemotherapy pills every morning before she goes to school; She goes for radiation treatment afterward. In the 17-year-old’s war
(pictured above: Juan Eckard (standing) poses with the Women’s and Girls’ Project’s Kim Johnson, Jamila Stover, Shannon Brooks and Nakida McDaniel and “Santa” (Anthony Ingram).) Folks got some Christmas shopping done
(pictured above: Assistant Police Chief Connie Southern helps a young man shop.) Police and firefighters took youth from The Children’s Home on a holiday shopping spree at Target on University Parkway
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Anthony Johnson is physically and developmentally disabled. Yet, each morning the Chester, S.C. native rises determined to prove that he
(pictured above: students (top row, from left) Sam Murphy, Kent Garrett, KC Barrett, James Bailey, Will Dietsche, Meredith Anderson, Tyler St.
(pictured above: Protestors raise their hands during last week’s rally.) Locals disheartened by decisions not to charge white police officers in
(pictured above: John Young sorts through toys.) Santa has local elves working hard to make sure every child has a merry
Branch leaders will be picked on Jan. 10 (pictured above: A sign posted at headquarters on Nov. 18.) A N.C. NAACP