Archive for November 2008

The WNC Foster/Adopt Fall Festival

Jacob, age 16, cleared for adoption with no home identified. This year’s Foster/Adopt Fall Festival will be held at the Coleman Place – which is Read more »

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Home is the Perfect Gift

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Local NAACP Celebrates 75 Years

Local NAACP 1st Vice President Ms. Sophie Dixon (left), seated with Shirleigh Moog, recipient of the 2008 NAACP Grace Dorn and Sophie Dixon Award. from Read more »

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It’s a Park Thing… Or Is It?

Asheville City Officials, concerned community members, and local business owners debate the issues surrounding Triangle Park. The first sign that something was amiss was… well, Read more »

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Beating the Odds Gets a Thumbs Up!

The 2008 “Beating the Odds” awardees (left to right): Zequoia Jordan, Tyneisha Hamilton, Gregory Weaver, Jr., and Shabree Williams. from Staff reports Delta House Life Read more »

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Request For Proposals

Janitorial Services, RFP #269-2009-126  The City of Charlotte, located in the State of North Carolina, is now accepting Proposals for Janitorial Services. A Mandatory Pre-Proposal Read more »

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College Students – Think Globally!

Starlett Russell Craig, coordinator of Global Initiatives at the Charles H. Houston Center for the Study of the Black Experience in Education. By Starlett R. Read more »

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Asheville GO: Training Our Youth for Green Jobs

Asheville GO members learned natural building techniques while helping to build a cob structure at the Vance Elementary Community Garden. Top row from left: Demetrius Read more »

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Call Me MISTER – Go to College for FREE!

Do you know any black males who are seniors in high school who want to go to college out of state for free? Several historically Read more »

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Street Corner Blues

Cast members from “Street Corner Blues.” On June 6, 1915 a man to be named James was brought into this world. By William Hoke Through Read more »

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