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Avoid holiday scams
Friday, December 19, 2014
RALEIGH – While the holidays are a time of giving, experts say con artists are ready to take whatever they can from unsuspecting North Carolinians. Whether consumers are shopping in person or online, scammers are getting smarter, and some of their biggest cons involve fake charities, gift-card fraud and online shopping, said Amy Nofziger with the
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
N.C. CENTRAL NCCU will offer a new major in environment and geographic sciences beginning in fall 2015 following the University of North Carolina Board of Governor’s recent approval of the new program for the College of Arts and Sciences. The degree will provide a comprehensive approach for students planning careers as environmentalists and
Hillside assistant principal gets top honor
Wednesday, December 17, 2014
The N.C. Association of Principals and Assistant Principals named Hillside High Assistant Principal Jason Jowers the 2015 North Carolina Assistant Principal of the Year. Jowers, who came to Hillside High to direct its Freshman Academy before becoming an assistant principal, will represent the state in the National Assistant Principal of the Year program,
Hazards of holiday: Too much turkey - and family
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
RALEIGH – While the holidays are a happy time for many, the stress associated with family obligations and dynamics can be the “lump of coal" in the Christmas stockings of some. According to the American Psychological Association, fatigue and stress are the top sources of negative feelings during this time of year. Lisa Ferentz, a clinical
NCCU graduates charged with creating ‘positive change’
Monday, December 15, 2014
DURHAM – More than 600 N.C. Central graduates were awarded diplomas Saturday during the university’s 124th annual Commencement. During the ceremony, NCCU Chancellor Debra Saunders-White recognized two December graduates: Muhammed Jobe and Melissa Culbreth. Jobe is a first-generation college graduate who moved to the U.S. in 20006 from his home
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
DUKE UNIVERSITY With the usual site of Duke’s commencement ceremonies unavailable because of an extensive renovation project, school officials have worked out an agreement with the Durham Bulls to host the May 10 event. “We’re grateful to (Bulls owner) Jim Goodmon and his team for working with Duke to make it possible to hold
The "other" list Santa should check
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
RALEIGH – Before filling the stockings of little loved ones this holiday season, gift givers might want to check out a new annual report that lists potential toy dangers to watch out for. Pam Clough, campaign organizer with the U.S. Public Interest Research Group, says they've released their "Trouble in Toyland" report for 29 years now, and more than
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
RALEIGH – Wake County SmartStart has received a $5,000 Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina Foundation equipment grant to expand and further advance outdoor learning environments for young children in child care. The funding supports the work of Preventing Obesity by Design in Wake County, a program of The Natural Learning Initiative of N.C.
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Avoid holiday scams

RALEIGH – While the holidays are a time of giving, experts say con artists are ready to