The Bahama Ruritan Club recently celebrated its newest member, Kristine Ferrell. She had volunteered in many Bahama Ruritan events in the past.
Laura and Greg Kelly can stand in the living/dining/kitchen space of their small, modernist house in West Raleigh and see the two-story, 3,200-square-foot house they gladly left behind to downsize to exactly the amount of space their family of four actually needs.
As you may have heard, Durham’s Department of Social Services is on the move. By the end of this month, our department will have consolidated our services in a new building at 414 E. Main St., at the corner of Dillard Street.
On Sept. 30, 12-year-old Matthew Greeley was recognized by Mayor Bill Bell at the Mayor’s Award Ceremony for his impressive volunteer work with Keep Durham Beautiful, the Durham non-profit focused on litter prevention, beautification and waste reduction.
The Health Insurance Marketplace in North Carolina is now open for business.
There will be new health insurance options available for U.S. citizens and legal immigrants as early as January 1, 2014.
From building a playground in Massachusetts to spending time with multiple sclerosis patients in Portugal, over 1,900 Biogen Idec employees traded in their lab coats and computers Sept. 20 to participate in the company’s third annual “Care Deeply Volunteer Day.”
On Sept. 14, 10 young women from across North Carolina were selected to participate in the North Carolina Distinguished Young Women of North Carolina program. These young women competed in five areas of competition to earn the right to represent their areas in this state competition.
We are entering that blessed time of year when we can open our windows and let the fresh air in without the need for heating or cooling.
With partisan arguments and conflicting stories swirling around the news cycle, it’s difficult to sort out what health reform will mean for businesses and for employees who buy insurance through an employer.
For Small Business Owners (50 or fewer FTE (full time equivalent) employees):
Let’s face it – North Carolina is a dirty place. I know a lot of people are disagreeing with me right now, but think about it.