On May 24, Criminal Domestic Violence Prosecutor Nicole Howland was suspended due to a violation of sheriff’s department policy 1.12: Treatment of Person in the Performance of Duty.
An openly gay youth and recent University of North Carolina graduate has announced he will run for a seat on the Chapel Hill Town Council. Plus: Merger and Boy Scout discrimination concerns in Triangle-area YMCAs and Wild Goose Festival success.
The Charlotte Royals, a local rugby football club founded in 2004, held its 4th Annual Crown Royal Pageant on June 10 at the Breakfast Club.
Just Us For All, a group of LGBTQ activists whose mission is to “gain support and inevitability get equality and justice for LGBTQ North Carolinians and their families,” has geared up for the good fight.
In many homes, one photograph proudly displayed is a wedding portrait. The wedding portrait can be of the homeowners, or often times, it is a photograph that captures the idyllic moment of the grown-up child of a parent or maybe the image of the parents’ parents renewing their wedding vows on a special anniversary.
Welcome back friends, and Happy late 4th (by the time you read this)! Hope you made some fireworks of your own. I come to you again with some things that I’m excited to talk about, like new pageants and new people.
Uranus, that planet of shocks and surprises, retrogrades and drags it’s sorry tail all over our best laid plans. Are you in the mood for stew? No matter what you expect, expect the unexpected. Ouch and ouch again!
A reader asks, “About a month ago, I came out to my wife, two kids and to my very straight job. My wife was great, but my job couldn’t handle it so I was fired. Did I do the right thing?”