For years, Rolling Hills resident Ramona Hambrick has dreamt of having an on-site community center, a place where she and her neighbors could gather to fellowship and access learning resources
After three decades in its current facility, Samaritan Ministries is finally getting some new digs. The Ministry plans to break ground on a new 20,000-square-foot building at the corner of
Hundreds of students flocked to Wake Forest University’s Benson Center last week, hoping to land jobs, internships or gain networking experience during the school’s Spring 2013 Career Fair. A Wake
Southern black gay men’s stories brought to life Hickory native Dr. E. Patrick Johnson will be exploring the complexities of race and sexuality onstage at Wake Forest University’s Scales Fine
Local authorities offer some ideas Despite widespread awareness about the importance of cancer screenings, Americans aren’t taking advantage of tests
Gun owners say they are not the problem. Protestors say enough is enough. Both viewpoints were highly visible Sunday at
For Sgt. Kevin Riley, joining the U.S. Army seven years ago felt more like a calling than a career choice.
The Republican Party further secured its stronghold on North Carolina after last week’s election. When the General Assembly opens its