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Churches urged to link the poor with healthy food

    Churches urged to link the poor with healthy food

In America, even the food system is biased, with poor communities of color struggling for fresh produce and other things many Americans take for granted. “We have a food system

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Clinic helps clear criminal records

    Clinic helps clear criminal records

After years of worrying about a criminal charge he incurred three years ago, city native Josh Sargent was given a second chance Tuesday afternoon. Sargent, who graduated from Western Carolina

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Hair braiders fighting licensure requirement

    Hair braiders fighting  licensure requirement

African hair braiders here and across the state are hoping the General Assembly will amend its impending licensure requirements for braiders. State Sen. Earline Parmon and then-Rep. Larry Womble sponsored

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Lent inspires health challenge

    Lent inspires health challenge

St. John CME Church’s “40 Ways in 40 Days” Lent campaign aims to help churchgoers gain faith while losing pounds. Rev. Peris Lester, who became the church’s pastor in August,

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Students travel back in time at gallery

    Students travel back in time at gallery

Eleven year-old Duwaun Cowen came face-to-face with history last Thursday morning at the Delta Arts Center. Duwaun and a handful

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Union Baptist CDC mulling over redevelopment options

    Union Baptist CDC mulling over redevelopment options

Members of Union Baptist Church met last week to discuss the future of the community surrounding the massive edifice and

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Best Christmas Present Ever

    Best Christmas Present Ever

New liver gives local teen gift of life At a glance, Alexander “Alex” Walker looks like a typical teenager. Unassuming

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Hayes set example of excellence

    Hayes set example of excellence

Judge Roland Hayes, who passed away last week, was a giant in the community, but there was nowhere he stood

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Residents want next chief to be inclusive, broad-minded

    Residents want next chief to be inclusive, broad-minded

Less than two dozen people attended a meeting held Tuesday night at the Hanes Hosiery Community Center to allow residents

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Ph.D. student gathers experiences of black women from around the world

    Ph.D. student gathers experiences of black women from around the world

Krishauna Hines-Gaither is exploring the vastness of the African Diaspora right here in her hometown. The University of North Carolina

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