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SPORTS SHORTS
Thursday, July 2, 2015
RALEIGH Raleigh Parks & Recreation seeks volunteer coaches for youth baseball, slow-pitch softball and fast-pitch softball. Call 996-6836. Registration for youth baseball and softball is July 6-10 at all community centers. Raleigh Chamber will host its annual Night Out with the Carolina Railhawks on Aug. 1. RSVP by July 24 to Abbie Mahoney at
 
CSU’s Epps wins triple jump
Thursday, July 2, 2015
Former Coppin State standout Christina Epps won the women’s triple jump at last weekend’s USATF Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Epps won with a leap of 46 feet, 2.75 inches (14.09 meters). “It actually hasn’t sunk in yet,” she said. “It feels so unreal. I was going through my victory lap yesterday like I
 
ECSU needs a coach
Thursday, July 2, 2015
Elizabeth City State has an opening for a women’s basketball coach after the recent release of interim coach Ron “Bootsie” Woodard and his assistant Tiffany Tucker. Head coaches get let go all the time, but what makes Tucker’s dismissal so interesting is she also was the head coach of women’s tennis and volleyball.
 
Broncos football looking towards the future
Thursday, July 2, 2015
FAYETTEVILLE – The Fayetteville State football program held its fourth annual Youth Camp last month, followed by the inaugural Prospect Camp at Luther "Nick" Jeralds Stadium. Both camps combined had over 175 registered participants. Campers were instructed on special teams, and offensive and defensive drill sessions. The coaching staff officiated the
 
Pastor helps WWII veteran save his home
Thursday, July 2, 2015
DURHAM – When the Rev. Arthur Everett first walked into Vernon Markham’s home, he couldn’t believe what he saw. “I met him (Markham) because I was counseling with his son (William). When I went to visit (the son) in his (father’s) home, that’s when I realized the condition of his home,” said Everett, pastor of On
 
Bowie State president: HBCUs must be competitive
Thursday, July 2, 2015
ATLANTA — For the second year in a row, a diverse group of college presidents, chancellors, deans and faculty from HBCUs spent four days strategizing over how best to meet the needs of their students. The HBCU Student Success Summit sponsored by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities drew more than 100 participants from across the
 
Minority businesses get the shaft by NCDOT, part 2
Thursday, July 2, 2015
*The sources for this story wish to remain anonymous. To protect their identity, a generic name of “the source” has been used throughout the story for attribution purposes. Owners of small construction companies and subcontractors who worked on a federally funded project at Smith Reynolds Airport in Winston-Salem had no idea what they were
 
A place for guns in church?
Thursday, July 2, 2015
The Bible speaks of swords and shields of armor, but modern weaponry (like guns) is unsurprisingly never mentioned. As gun law legislation awaits passage on the North Carolina Senate floor and the country still reels from the massacre of nine innocent churchgoers in Charleston, South Carolina, at the hands of a gunman, there’s never been a more
 
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SPORTS SHORTS

RALEIGH Raleigh Parks & Recreation seeks volunteer coaches for youth baseball, slow-pitch

CSU’s Epps wins triple jump

Former Coppin State standout Christina Epps won the women’s triple jump at last

ECSU needs a coach

Elizabeth City State has an opening for a women’s basketball coach after the recent