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The county tax director says officials with the International Civil Rights Center & Museum haven't contacted him about the past-due bills.
Bayard “Bay” Love is hired to be the center’s chief operating officer and its director of development.
We had suggested in an editorial on Feb. 10 that it would be fitting for our International Civil Rights Center & Museum to feature a tribute to the late Dean Smith.
The News & Record tries to answer two questions area residents usually have about the International Civil Rights Center & Museum.
Historic tax credits used to fund the museum’s growth would expire if certain criteria are met.
Officials hope to raise $960,000 so the city will forgive its full $1.5 million loan.
The International Civil Rights Center & Museum must pay $916,000 to banks and other lenders by October 2015, according to financial statements from the museum.
The chairman of the museum board breaks her silence about turmoil at the Greensboro civil rights landmark.
Museum officials have not provided financial documents the mayor, city manager want.
Swaine is licensed in Virginia, but not N.C.
The ex-director says the reserve is “zero,” but a board member says it’s really $150,000.
Some people view the vote by board of the city’s civil rights museum that tabled, "indefinitely," a motion on a city takeover as a sign of open minds.
Members of the NAACP held a press conference today to discuss their disgust with a city takeover of the museum.
News of Lacy Ward's ouster from the International Civil Rights Center & Museum is surprising and sad.
Mayor Nancy Vaughan confirmed earlier this evening that the board of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum was meeting tonight to discuss a “personnel matter.”
The International Civil Rights Center & Museum announced Tuesday the 10 new members of the museum's board, bringing the total membership to 25.
Bamidele Demerson, who was hired in 2009, was let go Tuesday, the center’s executive director said.
The International Civil Rights Center & Museum board will expand from 15 to 25 members.
Barely one month into his job as director of the city’s struggling civil rights museum, Lacy Ward already can claim a meaningful achievement.
The city’s struggling civil rights museum reaches a critical crossroads today.
City Council members again discuss concerns about the money but are expected to proceed.
My first impression of Lacy Ward Jr. today was very positive.
Board members have been asked to contribute $31,000 toward salary for the new development director. Should they pay? Answer our ? of the day.