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But the year the Civil War ended, Shaw University became the first college available to African-Americans in the region.
“I can’t believe it, I feel like he’s still gonna come home, I wait and wait,” she said.
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Next weekend, many folks in the Triangle will participate in the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Light the Night Walk.
With lives starting in 51 countries, 120 people now have this one to call home as brand new, U.S. citizens.
The Durham police on Thursday recognized residents who took part in a program on why and how police do what they do.
Researchers at UNC-Chapel Hill are spearheading the effort to find a cure.
Going to France to celebrate France’s independence day is a long-held tradition for Silvia Jordan and her family.
Wednesday marked the start of visitations and funerals for the victim’s of Sunday’s Orlando terror attack.