Angela Cacace left a successful career in barbering to start her own construction business and enrolled in the Building Construction Technologies program at Central Carolina Community College (CCCC). On the first day of class, she was surprised to see of 12 students, six were women. It inspired her to start a curated Instagram page called @moveoverbob, connecting and empowering a community of female contractors.
This female contractor says #moveoverbob
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Durham County District Attorney Roger Echols announced Tuesday afternoon that he is dropping the charges against the five remaining people accused of destroying a Confederate statue in downtown Durham last summer.
Durham County District Judge Fred Battaglia Jr. agreed with Durham County Attorney Lowell Siler’s argument that it is an “undue burden,” on elected officials to compel them to testify at Durham's Confederate statue trial since the information they would be asked to provide could be provided from other individuals.
NCCU faculty/student documentary “Nothing but Love in God’s Waters” premiere's at the Hayti Heritage Film Festival on Friday, Feb. 16 at 3 p.m. The documentary explores the past and present of Durham’s legendary White Rock Baptist Church.