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Suspect in Raleigh stabbing accused of embezzling

Jamie Kirk Hahn, 29, died after a stabbing attack in her home on Monday by longtime friend Jonathan Wayne Broyhill

Jamie Kirk Hahn, 29, a well-known Democratic fundraiser, died early Wednesday morning from injuries sustained after an attack on Monday evening.

Focus on LGBT aging grows

Gay & Gray: Prime Timers celebrates 20th anniversary as LGBT center offers new program

For Sam Powell, 71, coming out at age 67 presented its own unique challenges. To face them, he turned to Prime Timers Charlotte, a local chapter of an international organization providing support for “slightly older gay and bisexual men.”

LGBT senior housing hot topic among advocates

Gay & Gray

Safe and affordable housing for LGBT seniors is a growing hot topic among advocates working for aging LGBT populations. New projects across the country are seeking to bring solutions to the table, particularly in the form of LGBT-friendly housing developments.

Duke to offer health insurance coverage for transgender students

Officials at UNC considering similar changes

Duke University has announced it will begin offering student health insurance coverage for gender confirmation surgery. The university joins a handful of other institutions offering similar coverage, though the University of North Carolina System currently does not.

Out for Change Q&A: Amos Cooper, Jr., Out! Raleigh

Young LGBT Professionals Making a Difference

QNotes’ April 13, 2013, print edition cover story, “Out for Change: Young LGBT Professionals Making a Difference,” profiled 18 young leaders. Each day we’ve been publishing more in-depth profiles of each so you can get to know them better. Today, we feature Amos Cooper, Jr., of the LGBT Center of Raleigh.

Out for Change Q&A: Rebecca Chapin, LGBT Center of Raleigh

Young LGBT Professionals Making a Difference

QNotes continues profiling young LGBT leaders in our April 12, 2013, print edition cover story, “Out for Change: Young LGBT Professionals Making a Difference.” Each day, we’ll publish an in-depth profile. Today, we feature Rebecca Chapin of the LGBT Center of Raleigh.

Out for Change: Young LGBT professionals making a difference

A new generation of leaders are taking the reins. Whether they work from an Uptown tower or other corporate digs, a small-town city council or the offices of a community non-profit, the more than dozen young people profiled in this issue are among some of the brightest and most visionary young leaders under 35.