Former hustler sharing his cautionary tales with young people For much of his youth, High Point native Greg Commander was a menace. “I tore up High Point,” admitted the 48-year-old.
Give students books! To the Editor: For several years now, I have been dealing with multi-page homework packets given to my child to complete. Yet, my child does not have
The Delta Arts Center will co-present an exhibit with the Wake Forest Museum of Anthropology (MOA). “Creating: Quilts and Crafts of the Lakota” combines two independent related exhibits. “Creating: Quilts
(Pictured Above: Charlotte School of Law’s Victoria Owens (left) and Z’a Williams) City native Vondell Davis believes in planning ahead. Since she was 16, Davis, the oldest of five children,
North Carolina has joined a national Republican initiative to engage African American voters. Though the state’s GOP African American Engagement
St. Paul United Methodist Church, 2400 Dellabrook Rd., will hold homecoming and revival from Oct. 26 – 30. Events begin
Breast Cancer continues to be one of the leading causes of death among women, particularly minority women, in the United
By Kim Underwood WS/FC Schools Forest Park Principal Falicia Fuller headed off to college knowing that she wanted a career
“Racial Taboo,” a documentary film that features many North Carolinians, was premiered earlier last month at Wilmington’s City Stage Theater.
There are few who don’t believe that Attorney General Roy Cooper has begun to pave his road to the Governor’s