A recent study conducted by The Black to the Futures Action Fund shows that the community is concerned bout the nation’s economy.  The group conducted a year-long study of 6000 Black Americans from July 2021 to May 2022.  Alicia Garza, of The Black to the Futures Action Fund, said in a recent interview that “we have the […]

Heart, an online journal, says a new review of studies shows that salt substitutes could lower the risk of heart attack, stroke and death. Researchers are reporting that Black Americans have remained at higher risk for heart disease than whites for the past 20 years. About 30,000 people from Western Europe, the Western Pacific, the […]

A program spearheaded by the Jefferson School African-American Heritage Center wants to repurpose the Lee statute into a nationally renowned work of art reflective of the entire community. The post Charlottesville’s Unfinished Statue Business Five Years After ‘Unite The Right’ appeared first on NewsOne.

Americans for Prosperity-North Carolina will host an event providing reduced gas prices at a Charlotte station.

Here are ways to get rid of summer ants according to an NC pest control expert.

The CDC has announced new guidelines for COVID-19.

Charlotte gets more inches of rain in a year than Seattle.

A CMS graduate is using fitness to mentor students in Mecklenburg County.

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Joining us today with wellness tips and foods to boost your immune system is Dr. Tremaine Afetorgbor. She's also known as Dr. Flava.

Michael James resigned from O.J. Semmes Elementary School after a staffer allegedly removed images of Black heroes from his classroom. The post Florida Teacher Resigns After Accusing School Of Removing Posters Of Black Heroes appeared first on NewsOne.

Davidson will host its Concerts on the Green: Gospelfest this Sunday.