Month: January 2022

NCCU alum honors her late husband with a $500,000 donation to their alma mater

[ad_1] When Isaiah Tidwell was dating his future wife at what would later become North Carolina Central University in the mid-1960s, he reached into his pocket one day and pulled out his “last thin dime,” according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. With that dime, he bought Hellena Huntley all he could afford — a double-stick popsicle.

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Thanks to the bipartisan infrastructure law, big changes are coming to Charlotte’s public transit systems

[ad_1] Last month, Vice President Kamala Harris and Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg visited Charlotte to tout President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. The Vice President boiled the importance of their visit for the Queen City down to a singular point: “For millions of Americans, public transportation is part of their day — every day. And a

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