The start of a new year brings excitement to all those involved: students, parents and teachers. The students, parents and teachers at Cook Literacy Model School are no exception. School
BY CASH MICHAELS FOR THE CHRONICLE Once again the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that North Carolina’s Republican-led General Assembly has illegally employed race to ensure partisan,
Mike Walden Guest Columnist The economy is one of the top issues in this year’s elections, all the way from state and local races to the major contest of the
BY JONATHAN DREW AND ANNA GRONEWOLD ASSOCIATED PRESS RALEIGH — The NBA All-Star Game’s exit from North Carolina because of a law limiting protections for LGBT people represents some of
Over the past six months Jada Dowd has steadily progressed to the point where she is proficient in four separate
In 2012, then Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx faced a challenge few mayors face in a lifetime – bringing the Democratic
BY GARY D. ROBERTSON ASSOCIATED PRESS RALEIGH — A challenge to North Carolina’s new voter identification requirement will go to
As the world stops to say goodbye Friday, and three-time heavyweight champion of the world, Muhammad Ali, who died June 3 at age 74, is laid to rest in his hometown of Louisville, Ky.
To Republican Sen. Tom Apodaca of Hendersonville, his Senate Bill 873, also known as the “Access to Affordable College Education Act,” is the perfect prescription for allowing worthy in-state students, beginning in the fall of 2018, to be enrolled in five UNC system universities at a reduced rate of $500 per semester.
A decisive U.S. Supreme Court ruling last week regarding the unconstitutional elimination of black jurors by Georgia prosecutors from a