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Improve your end-of-life health care
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
The day my father died from prostate cancer, Jan. 11, 2011, is the day I decided that no family should ever experience the same pain. That day everything changed for me. I had worked for seven years at an organization whose sole focus is end-of-life care, yet I had not had even one conversation with my father about his end-of-life wishes. It was truly a
 
Keep the trick out of Halloween treats
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
WINSTON-SALEM – A bag of Halloween candy isn't all treats for the one in 13 U.S. kid who suffers from food allergies. One group is working to make this year's holiday a little less tricky. Angela Fuller, founder of Food Allergy Families of the Triad, organized her group after her child was born with food allergies. She says she appreciates those who
 
BOOK: The greatest rivalry in college basketball
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
The Blue Divide: Duke, North Carolina, and the Battle on Tobacco Road By Johnny Moore and Art Chansky Foreword by Jay Bilas Triumph Books, $28.95 HC With only 10 miles between the two and nearly 250 meetings on the hardwood, North Carolina and Duke have formed one of the greatest rivalries in all of sports. UNC alum and best-selling author Chansky teamed
 
Durham native begins world tour
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
DURHAM – Rock & Roll Hall of Fame bass player Chip Shearin presents The Avengers featuring Grammy-winning Ethan Farmer, multi-Grammy nominee sax man Marion Meadows and Davy Nathan crushing the keys. Fans of jazz that rocks are in for a treat when the sun goes down Nov. 1. Shearin and The Avengers take to the stage at Motorco Music Hall in
 
Angier-Driver streetscape project culminates in celebration
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
DURHAM – Music emanated from Samuel and Sons Barbershop across the street from the Angier Baptist Church parking lot Oct. 11, where community members gathered to celebrate the unveiling of the Angier-Driver Streetscape Project. The ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the completion of the $4.8 million construction project that began in April 2013. The
 
StepUp Ministry celebrates 25 years in Triangle
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
RALEIGH – StepUp Ministry recently hosted a gallery of photographs at Marbles Kids Museum to celebrate 25 years of service to unemployed, low-income individuals in the Triangle. Nearly 350 guests attended to view the photographic journey, Faces of Transformation, of five StepUp participants. The stories depicted in the gallery represent only five of
 
Be a kingdom builder, Part 1
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Everyone has influence. We all influence someone. And God expects us to be good stewards of that influence for His kingdom’s sake. He didn’t give us our influence for selfish purposes on our part, but so that we might share the good news about him – so that we could be Kingdom builders. What exactly is a “kingdom builder?”
 
For-profit colleges deliver more debt than degrees
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Weeks before the U.S. Department of Education announces a new rule governing career education programs, the Center for Responsible Lending has released research that finds high-cost, for-profit colleges make millions each year by targeting minority students. While these college profits are generated largely from taxpayer funding, their students incur heavy
 
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Improve your end-of-life health care

The day my father died from prostate cancer, Jan. 11, 2011, is the day I decided that no family

Keep the trick out of Halloween treats

WINSTON-SALEM – A bag of Halloween candy isn't all treats for the one in 13 U.S. kid who

BOOK: The greatest rivalry in college basketball

The Blue Divide: Duke, North Carolina, and the Battle on Tobacco Road By Johnny Moore and Art