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RICHMOND, Va. — Bill Cavender makes award-winning mead at Black Heath Meadery in Richmond, Virginia. His business in Scott’s Addition recently celebrated its eighth birthday. Cavender discussed the beginnings of Black Heath Meadery on the Eat It, Virginia podcast with Scott Wise and Robey Martin. “We saw craft beer really doing its thing in Richmond. […]

FNB CEO, Jacques Celliers, says as the bank with the biggest deposit franchise in the country, FNB has to support the economy through credit. As interest rates continue climbing and observers carefully watch banks’ bad debt levels, FNB is going in the opposite direction and announced a series of initiatives to boost credit this week. […]

When the Bay State Banner’s first edition hit the streets in September 1965, the motto atop the front page reflected the values of the tight-knit Roxbury neighborhood where publisher Melvin B. Miller grew up. The blocks around Munroe Park on Sugar Hill, a mix of spacious old Victorian homes, brick row-houses and classic Boston three-deckers, […]

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. ⸻ In celebration of its 20th Anniversary, Black Business Ink magazine will host the Black Business Ink 20th Anniversary POWER 100 Awards Ceremony at 7 p.m. on June 8 at the Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts, 300 N. Elm St., Greensboro.  The POWER 100 Awards Ceremony recognizes 100 of the most […]

  Dr. Daryl A. Carter began his first day of teaching at East Tennessee State University on August 25, 2008 – 11 years to the day since he arrived on campus as a freshman. Returning to his alma mater to teach was an exciting moment for Carter, who now serves as Director of ETSU’s Black […]

The president of Temple University in Philadelphia resigned on Tuesday after a brief and tumultuous tenure plagued by worsening crime around campus, a strike by graduate students and a loss of confidence in his leadership among some faculty members. Jason Wingard, who became the university’s first Black president in 2021, sent a statement to the […]

Despite a wave of layoffs at technology companies large and small, the number of people in the Boston area employed in the industry rose by 1 percent in 2022. More than 272,500 people in the area worked in tech jobs, nonprofit tech industry group CompTIA said in an annual report released on Wednesday. The figure […]

The video appeared amid reports that the radical preacher might surrender. Police has launched a major crackdown against Amritpal Singh and members of his outfit ‘Waris Punjab De’. The elusive preacher himself, however, gave the police a slip and escaped their dragnet when his cavalcade was intercepted in Jalandhar district recently. Meanwhile, Commissioner of Police […]

Chase Cotton speaking at the ECE senior design lunch in 2016. As the lead instructor of senior design in the department, Dr. Cotton was renowned for his ability to remember and share stories about projects and students from years past. Article by Erica K. Brockmeier Photos by Kathy F. Atkinson, Evan Krape and Doug Baker […]

London(CNN) Adidas is backpedaling fast over its latest attempt to protect its iconic three-stripe mark. The German sportswear company said Wednesday it was dropping its opposition to an attempt by a Black Lives Matter campaign group to trademark a logo featuring three parallel stripes. “Adidas will withdraw its opposition to . . .

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