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NC labor shortage hits Amoroso's Bakery in Greensboro, High Point

Amoroso’s Bakery closed its High Point location on June 12th after serving customers there for 11 years. The Greensboro site will remain open. GREENSBORO, NC – A popular North Carolina bakery closed its High Point location because it was struggling to find enough employees. In the announcement, Amoroso’s Bakery said, “We made the difficult decision […]

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NC labor shortage hits Amoroso's Bakery in Greensboro, High Point

Amoroso’s Bakery closed its High Point location on June 12th after serving customers there for 11 years. The Greensboro site will remain open.

GREENSBORO, NC – A popular North Carolina bakery closed its High Point location because it was struggling to find enough employees.

In the announcement, Amoroso’s Bakery said, “We made the difficult decision to consolidate our locations due to the national labor shortage.”

Amoroso’s Bakery is still open at its Greensboro location at 5803-A Hunt Club Road. WFMY News 2 spoke to the manager on Sunday.

“Unfortunately it was only work-related. It had nothing to do with sales. Our sales were great. We started six months ago with 22 or 24 employees, now there are only 11 employees. We had to do what we had and could do it unfortunately not make it, “said manager Meredith Watson.

Watson said Amoroso’s Bakery is still hoping to find new employees.

“We make the most of what we have. We keep hiring. Whenever someone calls or walks in, we keep hiring, always looking for new people, always looking for lessons,” Watson said.

In a Facebook post, the bakery explained its reasons for closing the High Point location.

To our loyal patrons, we announce with a heavy heart the closure of our High Point location in June …

Posted by Amoroso’s Bakery on Tuesday 1st Jun 2021

Companies across North Carolina are struggling to recruit new employees, according to NC Today, a publication by the North Carolina Department of Commerce and our Labor and Economic Analysis Division.

“The North Carolina employment recovery stalled in April when the state saw net shedding of 5,800 jobs. Employers are posting more vacancies than ever before, but labor shortages persist as labor force participation remains below its pre-pandemic rate, ”analysts wrote in NC Today.

“Despite these recruitment challenges, contacts polled by the Richmond Fed are more optimistic about business conditions in the Carolinas than they have been for more than three years,” the authors added.

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NC labor shortage hits Amoroso's Bakery in Greensboro, High Point

Amoroso’s Bakery closed its High Point location on June 12th after serving customers there for 11 years. The Greensboro site will remain open. GREENSBORO, NC – A popular North Carolina bakery closed its High Point location because it was struggling to find enough employees. In the announcement, Amoroso’s Bakery said, “We made the difficult decision […]

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NC labor shortage hits Amoroso's Bakery in Greensboro, High Point

Amoroso’s Bakery closed its High Point location on June 12th after serving customers there for 11 years. The Greensboro site will remain open.

GREENSBORO, NC – A popular North Carolina bakery closed its High Point location because it was struggling to find enough employees.

In the announcement, Amoroso’s Bakery said, “We made the difficult decision to consolidate our locations due to the national labor shortage.”

Amoroso’s Bakery is still open at its Greensboro location at 5803-A Hunt Club Road. WFMY News 2 spoke to the manager on Sunday.

“Unfortunately it was only work-related. It had nothing to do with sales. Our sales were great. We started six months ago with 22 or 24 employees, now there are only 11 employees. We had to do what we had and could do it unfortunately not make it, “said manager Meredith Watson.

Watson said Amoroso’s Bakery is still hoping to find new employees.

“We make the most of what we have. We keep hiring. Whenever someone calls or walks in, we keep hiring, always looking for new people, always looking for lessons,” Watson said.

In a Facebook post, the bakery explained its reasons for closing the High Point location.

To our loyal patrons, we announce with a heavy heart the closure of our High Point location in June …

Posted by Amoroso’s Bakery on Tuesday 1st Jun 2021

Companies across North Carolina are struggling to recruit new employees, according to NC Today, a publication by the North Carolina Department of Commerce and our Labor and Economic Analysis Division.

“The North Carolina employment recovery stalled in April when the state saw net shedding of 5,800 jobs. Employers are posting more vacancies than ever before, but labor shortages persist as labor force participation remains below its pre-pandemic rate, ”analysts wrote in NC Today.

“Despite these recruitment challenges, contacts polled by the Richmond Fed are more optimistic about business conditions in the Carolinas than they have been for more than three years,” the authors added.

The post NC labor shortage hits Amoroso's Bakery in Greensboro, High Point first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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Istari Oncology Announces FDA Grants Fast-Track Status to PVSRIPO for the Treatment of Advanced Melanoma |  Companies

DURHAM, NC – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Nov. June 2021– Istari Oncology, Inc., a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on novel immunotherapy platforms for the treatment of solid tumors, announced today that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted PVSRIPO fast-track status for improved survival Patients with advanced melanoma with disease progression after anti-PD-1 / […]

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Istari Oncology Announces FDA Grants Fast-Track Status to PVSRIPO for the Treatment of Advanced Melanoma |  Companies

DURHAM, NC – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Nov. June 2021–

Istari Oncology, Inc., a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on novel immunotherapy platforms for the treatment of solid tumors, announced today that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted PVSRIPO fast-track status for improved survival Patients with advanced melanoma with disease progression after anti-PD-1 / anti-PD-L1 therapy. PVSRIPO is a novel viral immunotherapy with multiple ongoing clinical trials in combination with anti-PD-1 / L1 therapies aimed at further demonstrating a patient’s safety and ability to activate a patient’s immune system, which we believe to be one systemic, permanent anti-tumor response will enable. In addition to fast-track status, the FDA granted PVSRIPO orphan drug status for the treatment of advanced melanoma earlier this year.

Melanoma is the deadliest type of skin cancer with approximately 7,000 deaths per year in the US 1. Treatment-resistant patients with advanced melanoma have very poor survival rates, with less than 30% of patients with metastatic melanoma surviving the significant unmet need for 5 years.

Fast Track is an FDA program designed to facilitate the accelerated development of drugs to treat serious illnesses and to meet an unmet medical need. This designation allows for more FDA interactions related to the drug development program, as well as ongoing review and possibly priority review of the regulatory filing.

“We are pleased with the FDA’s decision to grant PVSRIPO both fast track and orphan drug status for the treatment of advanced melanoma,” said Matt Stober, President and Chief Executive Officer of Istari Oncology. “We have made the melanoma clinical trial program a strategic priority because there are no effective options for patients whose cancer cannot be surgically removed and who have failed other treatments. Taken together, these designations position us in a position to accelerate the development path and necessary regulatory processes required to apply for FDA approval for PVSRIPO. “

Istari is recruiting for LUMINOS-102, an open, randomized phase 2 study (clinicaltrials.gov NCT04577807) in patients with advanced, unresectable melanoma who had previously failed anti-PD-1 therapy. The first patient to receive LUMINOS-102 was announced on March 31, 2021. LUMINOS-102 follows a successful Phase 1 monotherapy study of PVSRIPO in anti-PD1 refractory advanced melanoma, in which patients who received three PVSRIPO injections (6/12) had an overall response rate of 67% (4/6).

For more information about Istari Oncology and its ongoing clinical trials, please visit www.istarioncology.com.

About PVSRIPO

PVSRIPO is an immunotherapy in the test phase, which is based on the attenuated live vaccine against the poliovirus Sabin type 1, which has been genetically modified for safety reasons. PVSRIPO has a unique target (the poliovirus receptor, CD155) that is expressed on virtually all solid tumors and antigen-presenting cells. Via CD155, PVSRIPO targets tumors by two primary mechanisms: 1) direct damage and killing of cancer cells; and 2) activation of innate and adaptive anti-tumor immune responses via a non-fatal infection of antigen-presenting cells in the tumor that stimulates a specific signaling pathway, resulting in a sustained, robust type I / III interferon-dominant response with minimal Release of unwanted cytokines. Its effectiveness is enhanced by a previous vaccination against the poliovirus. PVSRIPO has received Breakthrough Therapy Designation and Orphan Status from the FDA for recurrent glioblastoma. PVSRIPO has also received orphan status from the FDA for advanced melanoma.

About Istari Oncology

Istari Oncology, Inc., headquartered in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, is a privately held clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on novel immuno-oncology and immunotherapy platforms for the treatment of glioblastomas and a variety of tumors. The company was founded in 2016 by Darell Bigner, MD, PhD, and Matthias Gromeier, MD, of Duke University Medical Center. Istari has a wide range of patents and patent applications licensed from Duke University and has access to additional intellectual property to continue the clinical and commercial development of these technologies. The company’s primary platform currently in clinical development is PVSRIPO. More information is available at www.istarioncology.com.

References

  1. Cancer Facts and Numbers 2021. American Cancer Society. https://seer.cancer.gov/statfacts/html/melan.html, accessed June 4, 2021.

View source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210614005220/en/

CONTACT: Istari Oncology Medical Affairs Contact:

Email: MedicalAffairs@istarioncology.com Investor contact:

Stern Investor Relations

Christina Tartaglia

Email: Christina.tartaglia@sternir.com Media contact:

FleischmannHillard

Leigh Hope Fountain

Email: leigh.fountain@fleishman.com

KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA NORTH CAROLINA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ONCOLOGY FDA HEALTH CLINICAL STUDIES PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

SOURCE: Istari Oncology, Inc.

Copyright Business Wire 2021.

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Istari Oncology Announces FDA Grants Fast-Track Status to PVSRIPO for the Treatment of Advanced Melanoma |  Companies

DURHAM, NC – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Nov. June 2021– Istari Oncology, Inc., a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on novel immunotherapy platforms for the treatment of solid tumors, announced today that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted PVSRIPO fast-track status for improved survival Patients with advanced melanoma with disease progression after anti-PD-1 / […]

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DURHAM, NC – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Nov. June 2021–

Istari Oncology, Inc., a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on novel immunotherapy platforms for the treatment of solid tumors, announced today that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted PVSRIPO fast-track status for improved survival Patients with advanced melanoma with disease progression after anti-PD-1 / anti-PD-L1 therapy. PVSRIPO is a novel viral immunotherapy with multiple ongoing clinical trials in combination with anti-PD-1 / L1 therapies aimed at further demonstrating a patient’s safety and ability to activate a patient’s immune system, which we believe to be one systemic, permanent anti-tumor response will enable. In addition to fast-track status, the FDA granted PVSRIPO orphan drug status for the treatment of advanced melanoma earlier this year.

Melanoma is the deadliest type of skin cancer with approximately 7,000 deaths per year in the US 1. Treatment-resistant patients with advanced melanoma have very poor survival rates, with less than 30% of patients with metastatic melanoma surviving the significant unmet need for 5 years.

Fast Track is an FDA program designed to facilitate the accelerated development of drugs to treat serious illnesses and to meet an unmet medical need. This designation allows for more FDA interactions related to the drug development program, as well as ongoing review and possibly priority review of the regulatory filing.

“We are pleased with the FDA’s decision to grant PVSRIPO both fast track and orphan drug status for the treatment of advanced melanoma,” said Matt Stober, President and Chief Executive Officer of Istari Oncology. “We have made the melanoma clinical trial program a strategic priority because there are no effective options for patients whose cancer cannot be surgically removed and who have failed other treatments. Taken together, these designations position us in a position to accelerate the development path and necessary regulatory processes required to apply for FDA approval for PVSRIPO. “

Istari is recruiting for LUMINOS-102, an open, randomized phase 2 study (clinicaltrials.gov NCT04577807) in patients with advanced, unresectable melanoma who had previously failed anti-PD-1 therapy. The first patient to receive LUMINOS-102 was announced on March 31, 2021. LUMINOS-102 follows a successful Phase 1 monotherapy study of PVSRIPO in anti-PD1 refractory advanced melanoma, in which patients who received three PVSRIPO injections (6/12) had an overall response rate of 67% (4/6).

For more information about Istari Oncology and its ongoing clinical trials, please visit www.istarioncology.com.

About PVSRIPO

PVSRIPO is an immunotherapy in the test phase, which is based on the attenuated live vaccine against the poliovirus Sabin type 1, which has been genetically modified for safety reasons. PVSRIPO has a unique target (the poliovirus receptor, CD155) that is expressed on virtually all solid tumors and antigen-presenting cells. Via CD155, PVSRIPO targets tumors by two primary mechanisms: 1) direct damage and killing of cancer cells; and 2) activation of innate and adaptive anti-tumor immune responses via a non-fatal infection of antigen-presenting cells in the tumor that stimulates a specific signaling pathway, resulting in a sustained, robust type I / III interferon-dominant response with minimal Release of unwanted cytokines. Its effectiveness is enhanced by a previous vaccination against the poliovirus. PVSRIPO has received Breakthrough Therapy Designation and Orphan Status from the FDA for recurrent glioblastoma. PVSRIPO has also received orphan status from the FDA for advanced melanoma.

About Istari Oncology

Istari Oncology, Inc., headquartered in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, is a privately held clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on novel immuno-oncology and immunotherapy platforms for the treatment of glioblastomas and a variety of tumors. The company was founded in 2016 by Darell Bigner, MD, PhD, and Matthias Gromeier, MD, of Duke University Medical Center. Istari has a wide range of patents and patent applications licensed from Duke University and has access to additional intellectual property to continue the clinical and commercial development of these technologies. The company’s primary platform currently in clinical development is PVSRIPO. More information is available at www.istarioncology.com.

References

  1. Cancer Facts and Numbers 2021. American Cancer Society. https://seer.cancer.gov/statfacts/html/melan.html, accessed June 4, 2021.

View source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210614005220/en/

CONTACT: Istari Oncology Medical Affairs Contact:

Email: MedicalAffairs@istarioncology.com Investor contact:

Stern Investor Relations

Christina Tartaglia

Email: Christina.tartaglia@sternir.com Media contact:

FleischmannHillard

Leigh Hope Fountain

Email: leigh.fountain@fleishman.com

KEYWORD: UNITED STATES NORTH AMERICA NORTH CAROLINA

INDUSTRY KEYWORD: ONCOLOGY FDA HEALTH CLINICAL STUDIES PHARMACEUTICAL BIOTECHNOLOGY

SOURCE: Istari Oncology, Inc.

Copyright Business Wire 2021.

PUB: 6/14/2021 8:03 a.m. / DISC: 6/14/2021 8:03 a.m.

http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210614005220/en

Copyright Business Wire 2021.

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Deadly night crash in Winston-Salem locks Stafford Village Boulevard for several hours

WINSTON-SALEM, NC (WGHP) – One man is dead and another is hospitalized overnight Saturday with life-threatening injuries after an accident in Winston-Salem. The Winston-Salem police were on site at around 1:20 a.m. on Saturday in the 1200 block of Stafford Village Boulevard, where a Porsche Cayman had gone off the road and hit a tree. […]

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WINSTON-SALEM, NC (WGHP) – One man is dead and another is hospitalized overnight Saturday with life-threatening injuries after an accident in Winston-Salem.

The Winston-Salem police were on site at around 1:20 a.m. on Saturday in the 1200 block of Stafford Village Boulevard, where a Porsche Cayman had gone off the road and hit a tree.

Tyler Noah Rodriquez (24) from Clemmons was pronounced dead at the scene and the driver of the Cayman was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.

Winston-Salem police are still investigating and Stafford Village Boulevard reopened after several hours.

This is the fourteenth traffic deaths in Winston-Salem this year, compared to six in the same period in 2020.

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WINSTON-SALEM, NC (WGHP) – One man is dead and another is hospitalized overnight Saturday with life-threatening injuries after an accident in Winston-Salem. The Winston-Salem police were on site at around 1:20 a.m. on Saturday in the 1200 block of Stafford Village Boulevard, where a Porsche Cayman had gone off the road and hit a tree. […]

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WINSTON-SALEM, NC (WGHP) – One man is dead and another is hospitalized overnight Saturday with life-threatening injuries after an accident in Winston-Salem.

The Winston-Salem police were on site at around 1:20 a.m. on Saturday in the 1200 block of Stafford Village Boulevard, where a Porsche Cayman had gone off the road and hit a tree.

Tyler Noah Rodriquez (24) from Clemmons was pronounced dead at the scene and the driver of the Cayman was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.

Winston-Salem police are still investigating and Stafford Village Boulevard reopened after several hours.

This is the fourteenth traffic deaths in Winston-Salem this year, compared to six in the same period in 2020.

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June 13, 2021 Greensboro evening weather update |  Weather

Evening forecast from Greensboro: A few clouds now and then. Low 67F. Light and variable winch. Tomorrow hot temperatures are predicted. Temperatures are expected to be a hot day tomorrow, with temperatures hitting a high of 90, though it will feel even hotter at 92.21. 68 degrees is tomorrow’s low. We will see a mixture […]

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Evening forecast from Greensboro: A few clouds now and then. Low 67F. Light and variable winch. Tomorrow hot temperatures are predicted. Temperatures are expected to be a hot day tomorrow, with temperatures hitting a high of 90, though it will feel even hotter at 92.21. 68 degrees is tomorrow’s low. We will see a mixture of sun and clouds. Tomorrow’s UV index is high. The sun rays will be intense. If possible, stay in the shade. Wear sunglasses, a hat, and sunscreen when in sunlight. A light breeze should be blowing in the Greensboro area, with winds only 11 miles per hour coming from the west. This report is automatically generated using weather data provided by TownNews.com. Stay up to date. Visit greensboro.com for local news and weather.

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June 13, 2021 Greensboro evening weather update |  Weather

Evening forecast from Greensboro: A few clouds now and then. Low 67F. Light and variable winch. Tomorrow hot temperatures are predicted. Temperatures are expected to be a hot day tomorrow, with temperatures hitting a high of 90, though it will feel even hotter at 92.21. 68 degrees is tomorrow’s low. We will see a mixture […]

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June 13, 2021 Greensboro evening weather update |  Weather

Evening forecast from Greensboro: A few clouds now and then. Low 67F. Light and variable winch. Tomorrow hot temperatures are predicted. Temperatures are expected to be a hot day tomorrow, with temperatures hitting a high of 90, though it will feel even hotter at 92.21. 68 degrees is tomorrow’s low. We will see a mixture of sun and clouds. Tomorrow’s UV index is high. The sun rays will be intense. If possible, stay in the shade. Wear sunglasses, a hat, and sunscreen when in sunlight. A light breeze should be blowing in the Greensboro area, with winds only 11 miles per hour coming from the west. This report is automatically generated using weather data provided by TownNews.com. Stay up to date. Visit greensboro.com for local news and weather.

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Raleigh 9 Year Old Participates in Vaccine Study to "Help My Classmates and Friends"

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – After Pfizer figured out what dose of vaccine is best for children, the company expanded the studies to include more children under the age of 12. When nine-year-old John Thompson of Raleigh found out that Duke was leading the trial, he wanted to attend. After more than a year of mainly […]

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RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – After Pfizer figured out what dose of vaccine is best for children, the company expanded the studies to include more children under the age of 12.

When nine-year-old John Thompson of Raleigh found out that Duke was leading the trial, he wanted to attend.

After more than a year of mainly playing in his own backyard, John is ready for the end of the pandemic. He saw the rest of his family getting COVID vaccines and wanted one too.

“Everyone else in my family except me got the chance,” he said.

“He’s kind of impatient,” remarked his mother, Sarah Thompson.

John saw a message about the Duke trial and asked his mother if he could attend. That surprised his mother a little.

“I was really surprised that he actually wanted to do that because he really doesn’t like going to doctors or anything,” she said. “I told him everything he had to do. He had to do extra blood tests, he had to do a nasal swab, and he was on board and he really, really wanted to do it. “

On John’s ninth birthday, he was told that he had been admitted to the study. He didn’t mind the shot.

“It hurt for a second,” he said.

“He wasn’t afraid of the lab,” added Sarah. “He wasn’t crying – he didn’t flinch.”

After that he had a low fever, a sore arm and chills.

“I really hope that means he got the real vaccine,” Sarah said, adding that he has a 66 percent chance of getting the real vaccine instead of a placebo.

“I hope I got the real one,” said John.

In any case, he is happy to be part of the process “so that I can help my classmates and friends,” he explained.

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Raleigh 9 Year Old Participates in Vaccine Study to "Help My Classmates and Friends"

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – After Pfizer figured out what dose of vaccine is best for children, the company expanded the studies to include more children under the age of 12. When nine-year-old John Thompson of Raleigh found out that Duke was leading the trial, he wanted to attend. After more than a year of mainly […]

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Raleigh 9 Year Old Participates in Vaccine Study to "Help My Classmates and Friends"

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – After Pfizer figured out what dose of vaccine is best for children, the company expanded the studies to include more children under the age of 12.

When nine-year-old John Thompson of Raleigh found out that Duke was leading the trial, he wanted to attend.

After more than a year of mainly playing in his own backyard, John is ready for the end of the pandemic. He saw the rest of his family getting COVID vaccines and wanted one too.

“Everyone else in my family except me got the chance,” he said.

“He’s kind of impatient,” remarked his mother, Sarah Thompson.

John saw a message about the Duke trial and asked his mother if he could attend. That surprised his mother a little.

“I was really surprised that he actually wanted to do that because he really doesn’t like going to doctors or anything,” she said. “I told him everything he had to do. He had to do extra blood tests, he had to do a nasal swab, and he was on board and he really, really wanted to do it. “

On John’s ninth birthday, he was told that he had been admitted to the study. He didn’t mind the shot.

“It hurt for a second,” he said.

“He wasn’t afraid of the lab,” added Sarah. “He wasn’t crying – he didn’t flinch.”

After that he had a low fever, a sore arm and chills.

“I really hope that means he got the real vaccine,” Sarah said, adding that he has a 66 percent chance of getting the real vaccine instead of a placebo.

“I hope I got the real one,” said John.

In any case, he is happy to be part of the process “so that I can help my classmates and friends,” he explained.

The post Raleigh 9 Year Old Participates in Vaccine Study to "Help My Classmates and Friends" first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

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Health Events |  Lifestyles |  greensboro.com

The speakers include Risa Hanau, clinic and community educator at AuthoraCare Collective, and April Herring, community education / outreach coordinator and confidant at AuthoraCare Collective. To register, visit tinyurl.com/wsv954ve. The webinar ID is 957 6416 4725. You can also attend by calling 301-715-8592. The Martin Dixon Intergenerational Center on the Bennett College campus is a […]

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The speakers include Risa Hanau, clinic and community educator at AuthoraCare Collective, and April Herring, community education / outreach coordinator and confidant at AuthoraCare Collective.

To register, visit tinyurl.com/wsv954ve. The webinar ID is 957 6416 4725.

You can also attend by calling 301-715-8592.

The Martin Dixon Intergenerational Center on the Bennett College campus is a new location for people receiving the COVID-19 vaccination. The opening times are Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 12 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The center is located at 600 Gorrell Street in Greensboro.

For more information, call 336-370-8707.

The following health organizations have joined forces to support Bill SB530 (Medicaid for Twelve Months Postpartum), which extends Medicaid coverage for new mothers to a full year after the birth of their child: North Carolina Medical Society, NC Academy of Family Physicians , NC Pediatric Society, NC Obstetrical and Gynecological Association, NC Academy of Physician Assistants, NC Osteopathic Medical Association, and NC Chapter of the American College of Physicians.

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Health Events |  Lifestyles |  greensboro.com

The speakers include Risa Hanau, clinic and community educator at AuthoraCare Collective, and April Herring, community education / outreach coordinator and confidant at AuthoraCare Collective. To register, visit tinyurl.com/wsv954ve. The webinar ID is 957 6416 4725. You can also attend by calling 301-715-8592. The Martin Dixon Intergenerational Center on the Bennett College campus is a […]

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The speakers include Risa Hanau, clinic and community educator at AuthoraCare Collective, and April Herring, community education / outreach coordinator and confidant at AuthoraCare Collective.

To register, visit tinyurl.com/wsv954ve. The webinar ID is 957 6416 4725.

You can also attend by calling 301-715-8592.

The Martin Dixon Intergenerational Center on the Bennett College campus is a new location for people receiving the COVID-19 vaccination. The opening times are Tuesday to Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 12 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The center is located at 600 Gorrell Street in Greensboro.

For more information, call 336-370-8707.

The following health organizations have joined forces to support Bill SB530 (Medicaid for Twelve Months Postpartum), which extends Medicaid coverage for new mothers to a full year after the birth of their child: North Carolina Medical Society, NC Academy of Family Physicians , NC Pediatric Society, NC Obstetrical and Gynecological Association, NC Academy of Physician Assistants, NC Osteopathic Medical Association, and NC Chapter of the American College of Physicians.

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CARY, NC (WTVD) – The Carolina Ruff Ryders AAU basketball team skipped a tournament this weekend to focus on community service instead. Players donated food and supplies to the Durham Rescue Mission and spent some time learning what the mission is about and who they serve. 19-year-old Mikey Bent said delivering food was more important […]

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CARY, NC (WTVD) – The Carolina Ruff Ryders AAU basketball team skipped a tournament this weekend to focus on community service instead.

Players donated food and supplies to the Durham Rescue Mission and spent some time learning what the mission is about and who they serve.

19-year-old Mikey Bent said delivering food was more important than getting buckets.

The Carolina Ruff Ryders skipped an AAU tournament this afternoon to donate food to the Durham Rescue Mission. @coachyvesmichel does a great job teaching these young men why it is important to balance tires and service. pic.twitter.com/dc5PnH9bQt

– Joe Mazur (@ joemazurabc11) June 12, 2021

“It’s important because it’s a great opportunity to develop not just as a basketball player but as a leader. Those are the three pillars that we focus on. Individual development, team building and leadership,” said Bent.

Head coach Yves Michelle is keen to teach his club why it is important to give something back.

“It is important that my players and these young people say, ‘How can I help?’ Civic engagement is such a big part of it. That’s why they’re excited. They’ve been collecting groceries for over a month and they’re really excited to be here, “said Michelle.

At the beginning of July the Ruff Ryders move to the USBA nationals in July.

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Carolina Ruff Ryder's AAU basketball team skips baskets to donate food and supplies to the Durham Rescue Mission

CARY, NC (WTVD) – The Carolina Ruff Ryders AAU basketball team skipped a tournament this weekend to focus on community service instead. Players donated food and supplies to the Durham Rescue Mission and spent some time learning what the mission is about and who they serve. 19-year-old Mikey Bent said delivering food was more important […]

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Carolina Ruff Ryder's AAU basketball team skips baskets to donate food and supplies to the Durham Rescue Mission

CARY, NC (WTVD) – The Carolina Ruff Ryders AAU basketball team skipped a tournament this weekend to focus on community service instead.

Players donated food and supplies to the Durham Rescue Mission and spent some time learning what the mission is about and who they serve.

19-year-old Mikey Bent said delivering food was more important than getting buckets.

The Carolina Ruff Ryders skipped an AAU tournament this afternoon to donate food to the Durham Rescue Mission. @coachyvesmichel does a great job teaching these young men why it is important to balance tires and service. pic.twitter.com/dc5PnH9bQt

– Joe Mazur (@ joemazurabc11) June 12, 2021

“It’s important because it’s a great opportunity to develop not just as a basketball player but as a leader. Those are the three pillars that we focus on. Individual development, team building and leadership,” said Bent.

Head coach Yves Michelle is keen to teach his club why it is important to give something back.

“It is important that my players and these young people say, ‘How can I help?’ Civic engagement is such a big part of it. That’s why they’re excited. They’ve been collecting groceries for over a month and they’re really excited to be here, “said Michelle.

At the beginning of July the Ruff Ryders move to the USBA nationals in July.

Copyright © 2021 WTVD-TV. All rights reserved.

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) [7] => Array ( [title] => Winston-Salem could cut the budget given the expected tax hikes for most citizens | politics [link] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/winston-salem-could-cut-the-budget-given-the-expected-tax-hikes-for-most-citizens-politics/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Bill Moran ) [pubdate] => Mon, 14 Jun 2021 02:30:32 +0000 [category] => Winston-Salem [guid] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/?p=8314 [description] =>
Winston-Salem could cut the budget given the expected tax hikes for most citizens |  politics

• $ 200,000 for a “violence breaker” program that trains people to resolve conflicts in their neighborhood. • $ 200,000 for recreational programs and mentoring scholarships in high-crime neighborhoods. • $ 50,000 for a gun buyback program. • $ 350,000 for pre-kindergarten improvements that are viewed as a long-term crime prevention strategy. Councilor Robert Clark, […]

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• $ 200,000 for a “violence breaker” program that trains people to resolve conflicts in their neighborhood.

• $ 200,000 for recreational programs and mentoring scholarships in high-crime neighborhoods.

• $ 50,000 for a gun buyback program.

• $ 350,000 for pre-kindergarten improvements that are viewed as a long-term crime prevention strategy.

Councilor Robert Clark, chairman of the finance committee, said that participants in the ex-offender assistance program should be trained to fill vacancies in city departments.

Clark had harsh words for how the city is spending money on the bus system. He found that passenger numbers were steadily declining, but said the system continues to operate some routes with few drivers.

Clark noted that a route that runs between Winston-Salem State University and Forsyth Technical Community College costs an average of eight passengers a day, but costs about $ 437,000 a year. He said it would be cheaper to buy used cars for the drivers.

Garrity said the bus routes will be overhauled later this year to make the system more efficient.

Meanwhile, on Thursday two councilors, John Larson and Kevin Mundy, campaigned for the city to donate $ 100,000 to the Winston-Salem Theater Alliance.

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Winston-Salem could cut the budget given the expected tax hikes for most citizens |  politics

• $ 200,000 for a “violence breaker” program that trains people to resolve conflicts in their neighborhood. • $ 200,000 for recreational programs and mentoring scholarships in high-crime neighborhoods. • $ 50,000 for a gun buyback program. • $ 350,000 for pre-kindergarten improvements that are viewed as a long-term crime prevention strategy. Councilor Robert Clark, […]

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• $ 200,000 for a “violence breaker” program that trains people to resolve conflicts in their neighborhood.

• $ 200,000 for recreational programs and mentoring scholarships in high-crime neighborhoods.

• $ 50,000 for a gun buyback program.

• $ 350,000 for pre-kindergarten improvements that are viewed as a long-term crime prevention strategy.

Councilor Robert Clark, chairman of the finance committee, said that participants in the ex-offender assistance program should be trained to fill vacancies in city departments.

Clark had harsh words for how the city is spending money on the bus system. He found that passenger numbers were steadily declining, but said the system continues to operate some routes with few drivers.

Clark noted that a route that runs between Winston-Salem State University and Forsyth Technical Community College costs an average of eight passengers a day, but costs about $ 437,000 a year. He said it would be cheaper to buy used cars for the drivers.

Garrity said the bus routes will be overhauled later this year to make the system more efficient.

Meanwhile, on Thursday two councilors, John Larson and Kevin Mundy, campaigned for the city to donate $ 100,000 to the Winston-Salem Theater Alliance.

The post Winston-Salem could cut the budget given the expected tax hikes for most citizens | politics first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

) [8] => Array ( [title] => Pride Ride: Historic Raleigh Trolley Pride Ride highlights key safe locations in historic Raleigh [link] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/pride-ride-historic-raleigh-trolley-pride-ride-highlights-key-safe-locations-in-historic-raleigh/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Bill Moran ) [pubdate] => Mon, 14 Jun 2021 02:07:43 +0000 [category] => Raleigh [guid] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/?p=8311 [description] =>
Pride Ride: Historic Raleigh Trolley Pride Ride highlights key safe locations in historic Raleigh

RALEIGH, NC (WTVD) – Tours on the historic Raleigh Trolley celebrated Pride Month on Sunday. The tours highlighted safe spaces, protest venues, celebrations and historic locations for the Raleigh LGBTQ + community. The Mordecai Historic Park hosted the Pride Ride, which stretches across the City of Oaks. “We’ll stop at some of the places where […]

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RALEIGH, NC (WTVD) – Tours on the historic Raleigh Trolley celebrated Pride Month on Sunday.

The tours highlighted safe spaces, protest venues, celebrations and historic locations for the Raleigh LGBTQ + community.

The Mordecai Historic Park hosted the Pride Ride, which stretches across the City of Oaks.

“We’ll stop at some of the places where the sports leagues community recuperates and then talk about one of the city’s first bohemian, or affectionately known, gayborhoods, dating back to World War II,” said Jessica Streck of Mordecai Historic Park . “So that’s the Five Points area and then of course you have the warehouse district, and in between we go to the NC State clock tower and talk about some places out there.”

Streck said they talk about community development through the city’s filter and their relationship with the city.

“I’ve seen real development,” said Jessica Streck of Mordecai Historic Park. “I have the feeling that there was always real acceptance from the start. That doesn’t mean that there weren’t any adverse situations.”

Trolley driver John Lytvinenko was wearing a rainbow tie when he:

“Make sure you show that I am an ally and support the community,” said Lytvinenko.

While the trolley tours were only on Sundays for Pride, the LGBT Center of Raleigh has other events throughout the month.

“Pride is a highway,” said Taari Coleman of the LGBT Center of Raleigh. “That will be on June 27. We start at Dorothea Dix Park. It will be like a huge caravan with lots of cars that are decorated, just show pride and there will also be a seller” Market happening in Dorothea Dix Park. “

ABC11 is a sponsor of Pride is a Highway.

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Pride Ride: Historic Raleigh Trolley Pride Ride highlights key safe locations in historic Raleigh

RALEIGH, NC (WTVD) – Tours on the historic Raleigh Trolley celebrated Pride Month on Sunday. The tours highlighted safe spaces, protest venues, celebrations and historic locations for the Raleigh LGBTQ + community. The Mordecai Historic Park hosted the Pride Ride, which stretches across the City of Oaks. “We’ll stop at some of the places where […]

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Pride Ride: Historic Raleigh Trolley Pride Ride highlights key safe locations in historic Raleigh

RALEIGH, NC (WTVD) – Tours on the historic Raleigh Trolley celebrated Pride Month on Sunday.

The tours highlighted safe spaces, protest venues, celebrations and historic locations for the Raleigh LGBTQ + community.

The Mordecai Historic Park hosted the Pride Ride, which stretches across the City of Oaks.

“We’ll stop at some of the places where the sports leagues community recuperates and then talk about one of the city’s first bohemian, or affectionately known, gayborhoods, dating back to World War II,” said Jessica Streck of Mordecai Historic Park . “So that’s the Five Points area and then of course you have the warehouse district, and in between we go to the NC State clock tower and talk about some places out there.”

Streck said they talk about community development through the city’s filter and their relationship with the city.

“I’ve seen real development,” said Jessica Streck of Mordecai Historic Park. “I have the feeling that there was always real acceptance from the start. That doesn’t mean that there weren’t any adverse situations.”

Trolley driver John Lytvinenko was wearing a rainbow tie when he:

“Make sure you show that I am an ally and support the community,” said Lytvinenko.

While the trolley tours were only on Sundays for Pride, the LGBT Center of Raleigh has other events throughout the month.

“Pride is a highway,” said Taari Coleman of the LGBT Center of Raleigh. “That will be on June 27. We start at Dorothea Dix Park. It will be like a huge caravan with lots of cars that are decorated, just show pride and there will also be a seller” Market happening in Dorothea Dix Park. “

ABC11 is a sponsor of Pride is a Highway.

Copyright © 2021 WTVD-TV. All rights reserved.

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) [9] => Array ( [title] => “I like going from ugly to pretty”: Contractor Gets New Opportunity to Paint Historic Blandwood Mansion in Greensboro [link] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/i-like-going-from-ugly-to-pretty-contractor-gets-new-opportunity-to-paint-historic-blandwood-mansion-in-greensboro/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Bill Moran ) [pubdate] => Mon, 14 Jun 2021 01:29:13 +0000 [category] => Greensboro [guid] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/?p=8308 [description] =>
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