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Road to Tomorrow

    Road to Tomorrow

Great promise for new Research Park road The Research Parkway in the Piedmont Triad Research Park opened last week to much fanfare. The new road, which extends from Third Street

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WFU hosts tomorrow’s lawyers

    WFU hosts tomorrow’s lawyers

(Pictured Above: Charlotte School of Law’s Victoria Owens (left) and Z’a Williams) City native Vondell Davis believes in planning ahead. Since she was 16, Davis, the oldest of five children,

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Editorial: Democrats and Republicans

    Editorial: Democrats and Republicans

(pictured above: Don Yelton is seen here in a still from his infamous “Daily Show” interview.) Be sure to cast your General Election ballot, either during early voting (which ends Saturday)

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GOP looks to make inroads with blacks

    GOP looks to make inroads with blacks

North Carolina has joined a national Republican initiative to engage African American voters. Though the state’s GOP African American Engagement Office has been up and running since September, it was

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Lee: BET has evolved

    Lee: BET has evolved

The chairperson and CEO of BET (Black Entertainment Television) said Tuesday that the network responded to criticism that it relied

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Editorial: Mad Women and Black-on-Black Crime

    Editorial: Mad Women and Black-on-Black Crime

The weekly Moral Monday rally at the General Assembly saw a swelling in attendance this week, courtesy of the latest

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Grant calls for dramatic faculty changes at Cook

    Grant calls for dramatic faculty changes at Cook

When students return to Cook Elementary School in the fall, they will see a lot of new faces. Cook, which

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Film, discussion probe dangers of down-home goodness

    Film, discussion probe dangers of down-home goodness

The triumphs and pitfalls of Soul Food were explored during the screening of an award winning documentary at The Enterprise

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Good Guys Made Bad Calls

    Good Guys Made Bad Calls

Two of the city’s most well-known and scrutinized leaders will take their final bows in a few weeks. Dr. Don

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Organization of the Year: Black Philanthropy Initiative

Organization of the Year Historically, African Americans have always opened their hearts, homes and wallets to help friends, family members

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