A few days before Father’s Day, members of the North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus announced their support of a Raleigh-based nonprofit’s mission to get fairer visitation and other rights for
(pictured above: Ribbon cutters (left to right) Larry Herzberg, Fred Bazemore, Vivian Burke, DD Adams, Twanna Wellman-Roebuck, Dell James, Dr. Frank James, Tommy Hickman, Mayor Allen Joines and William Womble.) Experiment
Nadiyah Quander has been named the new executive director of Winston Salem Delta Fine Arts Center Inc. She succeeds Dianne Caesar, who left the agency more than two years ago.
(pictured above: The house at 716 Humphrey St.) The city is seeking developers to restore the two surviving shotgun houses in the historic Happy Hill community. Long vacant, the houses –
(pictured above: NCIMED’s 2014 business diversity honorees (from left) Derek Cantey, Larnie G. Horton and Bank of America, represented by
(pictured above: Dr. Rosalind Fuse-Hall presents Clarence Pitt with his special degree.) When one thinks of a Bennett Belle, Clarence
(pictured above: Panelists (from left): John Gladman, Margaret Elliott, Minister Alvin Carlisle and Karen McNeil-Miller.) Five decades after President Lyndon Johnson
(pictured above: IFB Employee Tameka Monroe speaks with the Eye Bank’s Dean Vavra and Katie Hall. (Below) IFB Employee Demarius Bowens