Nov. 26, 2014 10:14
I try often not to write about race. I want to join in discussions some African-American friends of mine have on social media from time to time, but I’m often hesitant, preferring instead to observe and absorb their perspectives on being black in America....
Nov. 19, 2014 10:31
Type “Millennial” into the Google search bar, and you get headlines including, “America Lost the Millennials,” “The Problem with Millennials”, “This Is How Millennials View Work,” and one of my favorites — “Are Millennials to Blame for Stores Being......
Nov. 12, 2014 11:17
I cringed when I saw the address on the press release announcing yet another overnight shooting in the Gate City. Not to sound cynical but having spent three years on the police beat and being a seasoned reader of crime reports, I’ve pretty much become accustomed to the overnight robbery and post-2:30 a....
Nov. 5, 2014 11:37
It has been two weeks since Kenneth Wainstein revealed the findings of his investigation into UNC’s now 4-year academic scandal. Not a day goes by when I don’t think about it for at least a few minutes....
Oct. 29, 2014 01:39
It was a fine proposition through those first few excited weeks. When I was dedicated to being a scholar. When I was dedicated to laying a groundwork for future success. It would carry me through that first September rain and the inevitable cold snap that comes along about the end of the first week of October....
Oct. 22, 2014 02:34
Well that’s a little dramatic, but the Court of Appeals race to replace outgoing Chief Judge John C. Martin is one of the most ambiguous and frustrating I’ve seen in my short five years of voting. Voters across the state will need to select from 19 candidates....
Oct. 8, 2014 10:09
The mailers still come with frequency, however. When Republican candidate for United States Senate, Thom Tillis, was locked in a pitched battle to win the party nomination in May, we received a flier that proclaimed “Democrats Fear Thom Tillis!” My son found that one very funny....
Oct. 1, 2014 10:00
When I first started researching this past week’s story on Hudson’s Hill, I couldn’t help but think about my sister-in-law. Having grown up in a suburb of St. Louis, Mo., a union town with a somewhat conservative outlook, some interesting ideas and views have popped up in my family....
Sept. 24, 2014 10:47
“I know this is a major project for you in this area and we’ve listened to you loud and clear,” McCrory said. “Now is the time to do that because interest rates are low. Those projects as you well know in Winston-Salem are off on the side getting cobwebs....

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