Debra and James “Smitty” Smith opened up North Carolina’s first McDonalds in 1959. They have now prospered in owning 10 McDonalds in the city of Greensboro.
Patricia Cage-Bibbs, N.C. A&T’s women’s basketball coach has joined the NCAA Division I 500 wins club. The second MEAC coach to be in this club and also the first to do so in a Division I HBCU.
Shakia Forbes, 22, is one of the brightest rising stars on N.C. A&T’s track team and she almost wasn’t an Aggie.
The A&T chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers gathered break dancers in the student union to compete in the Divine Cypher Breakin’ Competition Saturday night.
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WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama says there is no easy answer to the problem of rising energy prices and he’s dismissing Republican solutions as little more than gimmicks.
After 16 years, N.C. A&T finally got a face-lift. Over the weekend the release of the new campus web site debuted to thousands.
JERUSALEM — Israeli defense officials on Sunday confirmed $1.6 billion in deals to sell drones as well as anti-aircraft and missile defense systems to Azerbaijan, bringing sophisticated Israeli technology to the doorstep of archenemy Iran.
RALEIGH, N.C. — State and civic leaders waging a yearslong fight over the hydroelectricity produced by North Carolina’s Yadkin River say a public power agency could attract jobs to the region rather than channel profits to current operator Alcoa Inc.
NEW YORK — Oil prices took a breather on Monday, falling slightly as investors booked some profits after a seven-day surge. Retail gasoline prices continued to climb, adding five cents over the weekend for a national average of $3.70 per gallon.