Share More than six million African American adults in the United States have signs of kidney disease – a total equal to the population of Tennessee. African Americans experience the highest rates of kidney
Share (pictured above: Sammie Gray is a longtime ACS supporter.) AIDS Care Services is asking those who support HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention to put their money where their mouths are. More than 20 individuals
Share (above: Sonjia Kurosky stands outside Samaritan Ministries.) Across the city, service providers are amping up their efforts to accommodate the homeless as winter sets in. An overflow shelter at First Baptist Church on Fifth
Share Carver Band seeking public’s help What began with a single donation has evolved into a community-wide movement to support Carver High School’s marching band. Former Planters/Lifesavers executive John Polychron donated his old trumpet
Share A group of North Carolina ministers gathered on the steps of First Baptist Church on Highland Avenue Tuesday to demand “fair and comprehensive” federal immigration reform. “We’re calling them to uphold the rule
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