To the Editor: This November we have an election that may be the most consequential of our lifetime in that it will decide the path ... Read more
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By D.G. Martin Do black lives matter in a good, almost all-white neighborhood in Raleigh? The black lives in this neighborhood are two of the ... Read more
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To the editor: I was disappointed by The Coastland Times editor’s decision to publish a letter, on July 26, 2020, containing personal attacks, castigating the writer of an earlier letter regarding alternative ... Read more
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By Suzanne McCormick Those living in our nation’s poor and minority communities have historically gone undercounted in the U.S. Census. For instance, nearly one million ... Read more
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By Dr. Mike Walden The calendar says 2020, but some say it’s really 2030. Huh? Did we suddenly lose a decade? I, for one, certainly ... Read more
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Dear Rusty: I was recently approved for my Social Security disability benefits. Will I still be able to get my widow’s benefits when I turn 60, ... Read more
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By Jon Soderstrom, Ph.D. Scientists at Yale University and scores more research institutions nationwide are working around the clock to identify potential avenues of diagnosing, ... Read more
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by AMAC Certified Social Security Advisor Russell Gloor, Association of Mature American Citizens Dear Rusty: In 2019 I was out of work for an extended period. ... Read more
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Dear Editor, Thinking out loud in this time of crisis. Consider this. Beyond love there is purpose. A root so deep and intertwined that its ... Read more
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For more than 20 years UNC TV’s North Carolina Bookwatch has broadcast great conversations with North Carolina-connected authors. An important part of the program’s makeup ... Read more