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Program pairs NC veterans with employers
Thursday, July 30, 2015
JACKSONVILLE, N.C. – More than 372,000 working age veterans live in North Carolina, and after dedicating a part of their lives to the military, many of them have trouble finding employment, according to a new public-private endeavor in the state. North Carolina for Military Employment, or NC-4-ME, aims to educate employers on the benefits of hiring
7 companies selected to join UNC entrepreneurship program
Thursday, July 30, 2015
CHAPEL HILL – Potential breakthrough analytics, a farm-to-food desert solution, geo-connecting and textile waste reduction are among the ideas being built by seven new startup companies that will soon take up residence at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Launch Chapel Hill, a six-month accelerator program designed to support
Summertime and the networking is easy
Thursday, July 23, 2015
School may be out for the kids, but for adults, summer is one of the best times to "get schooled" in networking essentials. With all the time you'll spend at the pool, backyard barbecues, baseball games and other summertime events, you'll have plenty of chances to meet new people, discuss possibilities for collaboration (or even employment), and move your
SCOTUS ruling preserves key fair housing tool
Thursday, July 23, 2015
A long-awaited decision by the Supreme Court led to a June 25 ruling that preserves the usage of “disparate impact,” an important legal principle sometimes known as the discriminatory effects standard. The majority opinion held that housing discrimination under the nation’s 1968 Fair Housing Act occurs by effect, as well as by intent.
Working parents benefit from closing coverage gap
Monday, July 20, 2015
RALEIGH – Almost one in four North Carolina parents are uninsured – one of the highest rates in the country. A new report released by the Georgetown University Center for Children and Families and the advocacy group NC Child finds that many of those parents would benefit from closing the Medicaid coverage gap. NC Child’s Policy Director

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Court denies money for family of late Wilmington 10 members

RALEIGH – North Carolina law doesn't cover compensating the surviving relatives of people

Chavis Park revitalization long overdue

RALEIGH – John Chavis Memorial Park is in the planning phase of a long-awaited

Durham fencer wins medal

Durham native Sky Miller (first row, second from left) competed in the USA Fencing National