A Tony Tata time line: From military to Wake schools to NC transportation

The name of Anthony J. Tata, a retired brigadier general, became a familiar one in Wake County starting in December 2010, when the county school board named him superintendent of the 150,000-student school system. Known as Tony Tata, he achieved significant change in several areas, but ultimately got the boot from the Democratic-led board in September 2012, following widespread problems with the school bus system.

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Indian tribes set to begin marijuana sales

Flandreau Santee Sioux in South Dakota plan to go first in December

Washington state tribes moving slowly as they examine legal issues

California raid this month served as ‘warning shot’ to follow the rules

Jennifer French, N.C. Museum of History conservator, and Robin Croskery Howard used toothbrushes and poultice to clean the Women of the Confederacy monument that faces Morgan Street on the State Capitol grounds on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 in Raleigh, N.C. The words 'Black Lives Matter' were spray painted on the monument on July 21, 2015. The statue was first cleaned by North Carolina State Facility Management employees on July 21, 2015. The N.C. Museum of History has since been asked to assist with cleaning the monument.


Designer thrives on minimalist approach

Stephanie Sevilla’s design aesthetic is about simplicity and quality

Her SEVLYN line of handmade clothing and accessories shows an interplay of contrasts

Designer uses old-fashioned leatherworking techniques

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