House, Senate leaders seek to void private property veto To the Editor: North Carolina House and Senate leaders responded Friday, May 29, to Gov. Pat McCrory’s veto of HB-405: Property
(pictured above: Ken Spaulding speaks in Winston-Salem last week.) North Carolinians won’t decide if they want to keep the governor they have or go with someone else until fall 2016.
(pictured above: Poet and author Lenard D. Moore.) Gov. McCrory will present the latest round of North Carolina Awards on Thursday, Nov. 13 at the Sheraton Imperial Hotel and Convention
Protestors take stand over state education cuts (pictured above: Protesters stand silently holding signs outside the Forsyth County Government Building.) Local members of the North Carolina Association of Educators and
Rally slated to be held Monday Local agencies are gearing up to help the N.C. NAACP brings its Forward Together
Local push made for last minute ACA signees (pictured above: Jane Dougherty (left) talks with Kim Poe at the Democratic headquarters
Kids write letters of support for their teachers (pictured above: Whitaker students (from left): Carolina Bumgarner, Finn Kehoe, Will Bumgarner and
(pictured above: Delmas Parker tout’s W.E.B. DuBois’ “The Souls of Black Folk.”) Political hopefuls addressed members of the Forsyth County Senior
Ken Spaulding, a former state legislator and Durham attorney, has already announced his intention to run for governor in 2016.