[ad_1]   By Taylor Heeden & Victoria Johnson, Chatham News + Record Staff The Pittsboro Board of Commissioners voted 3-2 Monday night not to renew its Memorandum of Understanding with the nonprofit Main Street Pittsboro organization for the next fiscal year, opting instead to form a Downtown Advisory Board to manage the program. Commissioners Kyle
[ad_1] By Ruth Steinhardt The Institute of Education Sciences (IES) has awarded a $3 million “Transformative Research in the Education Sciences” program grant to “Credential As You Go” (CAYG), a national initiative at SUNY Empire State College. The initiative is co-led by Holly Zanville, co-director of the George Washington University Program on Skills, Credentials and
[ad_1]   The Industry Development Forum (IDF) was incorporated in 2020 for the purpose of promoting, supporting and stimulating sustainable and successful business growth. The IDF intends to accomplish this by positively affecting the local business environment through providing training, advisory support and excellent networking opportunities.  Whilst protecting local manufacturing plants and factories, the IDF
[ad_1] PURCHASE, N.Y.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Micro and small enterprises are important contributors to job creation and global economic development, representing approximately 90% of business and more than 50% of employment worldwide. However, the pandemic necessitated a rapid shift to digital platforms and processes that have created new opportunities but also pushed many to the brink of failure.
[ad_1] Pasquotank commissioners approved a Peace Initiative Monday night that will include forming a Citizen’s Advisory Council to review allegations of misconduct by the Sheriff’s Office, among other duties. The move comes almost five months after Andrew Brown Jr. was shot and killed by three Pasquotank sheriff’s deputies as they executed a drug-related search warrant
[ad_1] By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, and in order to advance equity in economic and educational opportunities for all Americans, including Black Americans, strengthen the capacity of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to provide the highest-quality education, increase opportunities for