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 capital case over 30 years ago has clear implications for
Laura Gerald, a pediatrician and former state health director, will become the new president of Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust in July. The trust is a statewide foundation that awards
With many boycotting North Carolina because of HB 2, events that draw visitors from out of state, like next year’s National Black Theatre Festival, may be affected.
Photo by Eric Blevins Pieces from the Thomas Day Collection in the N.C. Museum of History, Raleigh, are shown. BY
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The popularity of basketball in North Carolina has steered executives of the American Basketball League (ABL)
BY CASH MICHAELS FOR THE CHRONICLE Assuming that there is no stay from U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts,
The Panthers are headed to the Super Bowl! This is exciting for North Carolina. But among the enthusiasm is an
Linda Coleman By Cash Michaels For The NCBPA Editor’s note – There are a large number of African-American candidates running