By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle A group that advocates for veterans opened its office on Veterans Day to make sure its message is known. A.J. Shabazz, event coordinator for HARRY,
Homes 4 Our Heroes used Veterans Day, Nov. 11, to celebrate transforming dilapidated houses on Cameron Avenue into homes for formerly homeless veterans. Homes 4 Out Heroes, an initiative of
In above photo: Image of the United States American flag, stethoscope, and tags. (Photo by NC Policy Watch) Ciara Zachary, Guest Columnist North Carolina ranks eighth for veteran population as
In above photo: Veterans at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church are (L-R) Leroy Barkley, Norman Lytle, Clifford Moore, William Murchison, William Gore and Melton Sadler. Rev. Dr. Hector Sintim is in front.
(pictured above: Sherill Hebron, Sylvia Pegram, Delores Smith, Nameen Hebron and Toyrie McPhaul, wireless customer service specialists, pose with some of
Veterans were treated to hot meals and plenty of gratitude Monday. In celebration of Veterans Day, American Legion Post 128,
The official kick-off for “Homes For Our Heroes” took place on Sept. 11 on Cameron Avenue. The aim of the
The student body of Old Richmond Elementary School in Tobaccoville became a flag waving chorus on Friday during a
For Sgt. Kevin Riley, joining the U.S. Army seven years ago felt more like a calling than a career choice.