(pictured above: Ann Petitjean speaks at a pro-teachers rally last year.) Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education has decided to offer qualifying teachers raises in exchange for foregoing their tenure. That
Black History Month is a time to honor the contributions African-Americans have made to our nation and our state, and, for me, a time to reflect on the work I
As the debate about the viability, fairness and effectiveness of a state-supported school voucher plan rages, at least one local private school is preparing to welcome what it hopes will
Ken Spaulding, a former state legislator and Durham attorney, has already announced his intention to run for governor in 2016.
Sen. Kay Hagan is not in an enviable position. (Really, no Democrat who has to run statewide in North Carolina
At least one District 1 seat on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education will be up for grabs this election
(pictured above: Freshman Rep. Ed Hanes speaks at the recent Emancipation Association program.) Lawmakers wary of political tide shift in Raleigh
There is no rest for the weary as the N.C. NAACP reignites its Moral Monday movement to remind the Republican