Category: Business

Western Women’s Business Center Presents Third Annual Business Conference

The Western Women’s Business Center (WWBC) will hold its Third Annual Conference, “Her Story, Her Journey,” on June 22, 2017 from 8:30 a.m. until 3:30 Read more »

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Civil Rights Coalition Makes Demands to Lawmakers

By Charlene Crowell – National organizations must embrace affordable housing goals and fair access to mortgage credit . As the Senate Banking Committee turns its Read more »

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My Story – My Journey

By Johnnie Grant – Meet Sandra Suber of Ianodell’s Hat Shop. “I love hats,” says Mrs. Sandra Suber, “and I’ve always pictured myself and other Read more »

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National Mortgage Servicer Sued for Errors on 1.4 Million Mortgages

By Charlene Crowell – Action affects all 50 states on unpaid balances of $209 billion. Families who successfully apply and qualify for a mortgage loan, Read more »

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Spice & Tea Merchants Comes to South Asheville

Although Abbey Hairston was born and reared in Chicago, each summer of her childhood was spent in Stokes County, NC, where her paternal grandparents, aunts, Read more »

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Western Women’s Business Center Hosts Business Conference

The Western Women’s Business Center (WWBC) has opened registration for its third annual conference, “Her Story, Her Journey.” “Her Story, Her Journey” takes place June Read more »

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A Good Name

By Maceo Keeling – William Shakespeare had many famous works that have passed the test of time. I think they have done so because of Read more »

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First Black Woman to Own a Lexus Dealership

Men have dominated the car dealership industry for generations. It has always been rare to see a woman owning a car dealership, much less a Read more »

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Celebrating Women’s History Month

By Maceo Keeling – The National Women’s Month has roots in International Women’s Day, marked by the United Nations in 1975 and observed in smaller Read more »

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Will Federal Lawmakers Turn Back the Clock on Fair Housing?

By Charlene Crowell – When future generations read the history of the nation’s first black president, I believe there will be greater acknowledgement of his Read more »

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