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Our Views: The ADA at 25
The Americans with Disabilities Act has transformed access in a quarter century.

Twenty-five years ago, President George H.W. Bush signed the Am...

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Lydia Coutré
Star News Online

WILMINGTON | Gov. Pat McCrory has appointed a Wilmington resident to serve on the North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities.

Cheryl Powell was born with cerebral palsy, but said her family "did not treat me like I was born with a disability."...

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Kurt Timothy Reid, of Maiden, recently received the Jack B. Hefner Award from the North Carolina Council on Developmental Disabilities.

Holding an associate’s degree from Catawba Valley Community College, a bachelor’s degree from Appalachian State University, and a master’s degree in library science fr...

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North Carolinians with disabilities have the ability and desire to seek employment and careers in order to earn competitive wages and benefits, enable them to reach their maximum potential, achieve economic self-sufficiency and contribute to their communities. People with disabilities make a positive impact on the e...

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