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Cone Health and Sentara Healthcare will not partner |  news

GREENSBORO – Cone Health and Sentara Healthcare have mutually decided not to continue the partnership originally proposed in August 2020. ?The leadership of both organizations began to work seriously in early 2021 to bring our two organizations together. In the course of this work, we realized that each of our communities and key stakeholders need […]

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GREENSBORO – Cone Health and Sentara Healthcare have mutually decided not to continue the partnership originally proposed in August 2020.

?The leadership of both organizations began to work seriously in early 2021 to bring our two organizations together. In the course of this work, we realized that each of our communities and key stakeholders need support and commitment from our respective organizations that will be better served if they remain independent, ?said hospital spokesman Doug Allred in a recent press release. “The decision was difficult, but both organizations are still committed to advancing our common goal of providing excellent care to our respective communities.”

Terry Akin, former chief executive officer of Cone Health, said, ?We appreciate Sentara’s efforts to work with Cone Health to determine whether affiliation between our two high-performing organizations is in the best interests of those we serve. Ultimately, we recently made a collective decision that we can best serve our communities by remaining independent organizations. We have developed a high level of appreciation for the excellent services and results provided by Sentara and we expect that our two organizations will continue to pursue our common goals of providing excellent care to our respective communities. “

Sentara President and CEO Howard P. Kern said, ?Cone Health and Sentara Healthcare are high performing, respected, community-minded organizations. These similarities served as the basis for an affiliation effort. I am confident that this joint decision will not change the continued commitment of the two organizations to serve the needs of our respective communities. Sentara and Cone Health remain aligned and agree that our number one priority is those we serve, and we believe that this is better possible as independent organizations. “

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GREENSBORO – Cone Health and Sentara Healthcare have mutually decided not to continue the partnership originally proposed in August 2020. ?The leadership of both organizations began to work seriously in early 2021 to bring our two organizations together. In the course of this work, we realized that each of our communities and key stakeholders need […]

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GREENSBORO – Cone Health and Sentara Healthcare have mutually decided not to continue the partnership originally proposed in August 2020.

?The leadership of both organizations began to work seriously in early 2021 to bring our two organizations together. In the course of this work, we realized that each of our communities and key stakeholders need support and commitment from our respective organizations that will be better served if they remain independent, ?said hospital spokesman Doug Allred in a recent press release. “The decision was difficult, but both organizations are still committed to advancing our common goal of providing excellent care to our respective communities.”

Terry Akin, former chief executive officer of Cone Health, said, ?We appreciate Sentara’s efforts to work with Cone Health to determine whether affiliation between our two high-performing organizations is in the best interests of those we serve. Ultimately, we recently made a collective decision that we can best serve our communities by remaining independent organizations. We have developed a high level of appreciation for the excellent services and results provided by Sentara and we expect that our two organizations will continue to pursue our common goals of providing excellent care to our respective communities. “

Sentara President and CEO Howard P. Kern said, ?Cone Health and Sentara Healthcare are high performing, respected, community-minded organizations. These similarities served as the basis for an affiliation effort. I am confident that this joint decision will not change the continued commitment of the two organizations to serve the needs of our respective communities. Sentara and Cone Health remain aligned and agree that our number one priority is those we serve, and we believe that this is better possible as independent organizations. “

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Raleigh, NC - Car crash on Capital Blvd & Buffaloe Rd

Raleigh, NC (June 12, 2021) – At 2:28 p.m. on Saturday, June 12, there was a car accident at an intersection in Raleigh. According to Raleigh Police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Capital Boulevard and Buffaloe Road. Two or more vehicles were driving nearby when they allegedly pulled into the intersection at the […]

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Raleigh, NC - Car crash on Capital Blvd & Buffaloe Rd

Raleigh, NC (June 12, 2021) – At 2:28 p.m. on Saturday, June 12, there was a car accident at an intersection in Raleigh.

According to Raleigh Police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Capital Boulevard and Buffaloe Road. Two or more vehicles were driving nearby when they allegedly pulled into the intersection at the same time. The vehicles involved in the accident were badly damaged.

Paramedics, fire brigades and numerous other emergency services were deployed on site to help those in need. One or more victims, who have not yet been identified, have been taken to local hospitals for treatment for their injuries.

The lane was temporarily closed at the intersection until the police had completely cleared the scene of the accident.

The investigation into the circumstances of the collision is ongoing.

Our thoughts go with the injured and their families in the hope of a full recovery.

Car accidents in North Carolina

Every year hundreds of thousands of people are injured in car accidents across North Carolina due to the negligence of others. In the last few years alone, over 119,000 people were injured in these accidents, the majority of them at intersections. In just one year, there were more than 2.5 million negligent intersection accidents in the United States. When drivers drive recklessly, drive too fast, drive drowsy, and more, they are more likely to drive through an intersection in the blink of an eye. This means that a serious collision can result, leading to serious and even permanent injuries. Injured victims may wonder what their options are and should always seek the help of a lawyer.

No one is ever fully prepared to face the aftermath of a North Carolina car accident on their own. However, this is the reality that far too many victims in the state face each year. Some of the most serious injuries caused by car accidents are spinal cord injuries, TBI, broken bones, organ damage, and more. These injuries can affect your life in a number of ways, requiring you to spend time in the hospital or out of work when you get back on your feet. You should never have to worry about how you can afford to pay for a variety of financial aspects when you get back on your feet. It is important that you contact a North Carolina personal injury attorney.

At Ricci Law Firm, PA, our accident attorneys are here to help you after a major North Carolina car accident. We understand that a car accident could seriously affect your quality of life, so speak to a lawyer as soon as possible. We ensure that you receive the compensation you are entitled to for aspects such as medical expenses, loss of income, therapy costs and more. If you were injured in a car accident, please contact a North Carolina accident attorney at (252) 777-2222 for more information about your options available.

Remarks: Our writing team uses a variety of external and secondary sources to create these posts. These sources include news reports, police incident reports, social media platforms, state police news bulletins, and eyewitness reports covering the injuries related to accidents across North Carolina. As a result, the details of this accident have not been independently confirmed or verified. If you discover inaccurate information, please notify us as soon as possible so that we can correct the post to reflect the most accurate information available. If for any reason you would like the post removed, please let us know and we will remove the post as soon as possible.

Disclaimers: We have worked hard to become highly respected members of the North Carolina business community. The Ricci, PA law firm aims to create awareness of the dangers associated with driving and hopes that our North Carolinians will take all necessary steps to avoid becoming involved in a serious wreck. This news post is not intended as advertising for companies. The information in this article does not constitute legal or medical advice. The images used in this article were not taken at the scene of the accident.

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Raleigh, NC - Car crash on Capital Blvd & Buffaloe Rd

Raleigh, NC (June 12, 2021) – At 2:28 p.m. on Saturday, June 12, there was a car accident at an intersection in Raleigh. According to Raleigh Police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Capital Boulevard and Buffaloe Road. Two or more vehicles were driving nearby when they allegedly pulled into the intersection at the […]

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Raleigh, NC - Car crash on Capital Blvd & Buffaloe Rd

Raleigh, NC (June 12, 2021) – At 2:28 p.m. on Saturday, June 12, there was a car accident at an intersection in Raleigh.

According to Raleigh Police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Capital Boulevard and Buffaloe Road. Two or more vehicles were driving nearby when they allegedly pulled into the intersection at the same time. The vehicles involved in the accident were badly damaged.

Paramedics, fire brigades and numerous other emergency services were deployed on site to help those in need. One or more victims, who have not yet been identified, have been taken to local hospitals for treatment for their injuries.

The lane was temporarily closed at the intersection until the police had completely cleared the scene of the accident.

The investigation into the circumstances of the collision is ongoing.

Our thoughts go with the injured and their families in the hope of a full recovery.

Car accidents in North Carolina

Every year hundreds of thousands of people are injured in car accidents across North Carolina due to the negligence of others. In the last few years alone, over 119,000 people were injured in these accidents, the majority of them at intersections. In just one year, there were more than 2.5 million negligent intersection accidents in the United States. When drivers drive recklessly, drive too fast, drive drowsy, and more, they are more likely to drive through an intersection in the blink of an eye. This means that a serious collision can result, leading to serious and even permanent injuries. Injured victims may wonder what their options are and should always seek the help of a lawyer.

No one is ever fully prepared to face the aftermath of a North Carolina car accident on their own. However, this is the reality that far too many victims in the state face each year. Some of the most serious injuries caused by car accidents are spinal cord injuries, TBI, broken bones, organ damage, and more. These injuries can affect your life in a number of ways, requiring you to spend time in the hospital or out of work when you get back on your feet. You should never have to worry about how you can afford to pay for a variety of financial aspects when you get back on your feet. It is important that you contact a North Carolina personal injury attorney.

At Ricci Law Firm, PA, our accident attorneys are here to help you after a major North Carolina car accident. We understand that a car accident could seriously affect your quality of life, so speak to a lawyer as soon as possible. We ensure that you receive the compensation you are entitled to for aspects such as medical expenses, loss of income, therapy costs and more. If you were injured in a car accident, please contact a North Carolina accident attorney at (252) 777-2222 for more information about your options available.

Remarks: Our writing team uses a variety of external and secondary sources to create these posts. These sources include news reports, police incident reports, social media platforms, state police news bulletins, and eyewitness reports covering the injuries related to accidents across North Carolina. As a result, the details of this accident have not been independently confirmed or verified. If you discover inaccurate information, please notify us as soon as possible so that we can correct the post to reflect the most accurate information available. If for any reason you would like the post removed, please let us know and we will remove the post as soon as possible.

Disclaimers: We have worked hard to become highly respected members of the North Carolina business community. The Ricci, PA law firm aims to create awareness of the dangers associated with driving and hopes that our North Carolinians will take all necessary steps to avoid becoming involved in a serious wreck. This news post is not intended as advertising for companies. The information in this article does not constitute legal or medical advice. The images used in this article were not taken at the scene of the accident.

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Call volume from Durham 911 could increase if unarmed forces take to the streets.  Is the city ready?

DURHAM, NC (WNCN) – Durham city guides are considering cutting up to 20 vacant police positions over the next year and using those funds to hire social workers and nurses to respond to mental health calls. But how will it work and is the city ready for this change? CBS 17 spoke to leaders of […]

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DURHAM, NC (WNCN) – Durham city guides are considering cutting up to 20 vacant police positions over the next year and using those funds to hire social workers and nurses to respond to mental health calls.

But how will it work and is the city ready for this change?

CBS 17 spoke to leaders of a program in Eugene, Oregon that has been calling the mentally ill since 1989.

CAHOOTS, which stands for Crisis Assistance Helping Out on the Streets, is a program that sends a medical and behavioral medicine specialist in a delivery van to make certain calls.

“Unlike cops, they are not armed,” said Emily Macauley, 911 communications supervisor in Eugene. “You have a lot of experience in dealing with people who are going through a mental crisis or are experiencing any kind of loss or grief.”

The program includes 45 unarmed responders and typically includes a total of three teams working per shift during the day and two teams working at night.

A dispatcher in the 911 call center in Eugene will decide whether a CAHOOTS team should be sent.

Eugene city officials said these CAHOOTS teams are often dispatched to drunk, mentally ill, and non-emergency medical calls.

?Sometimes they react with the police in the area. They may be staging a few blocks down the line and waiting for the police to decide if it’s safe, ?Macauley said.

One concern some people have raised is what happens when a mental health call becomes unexpectedly violent, and how are unarmed aid workers protected?

When that happens, officials said the CAHOOTS teams will phone the police for assistance.

“You’re always on the radio with the police,” said Chris Hecht, executive director of the White Bird Clinic, which supports the program.

According to Hecht, there were 150 calls in 2019 where a CAHOOTS team had to request police assistance, but that’s 18,583 calls for the entire year. He said he couldn’t remember a time an unarmed rescuer was injured or injured during a mental health call.

Overall, the CAHOOTS program helped divert 10 to 20 percent of calls from the Eugene Police Department.

“There is a tremendous chance that you could free law enforcement and resources to do the other things we can all find time to do,” said Chris Skinner, Eugene Police Chief.

But Eugene officials said there are some challenges when cities create these programs. For example, they said the volume of 911 calls may increase as cities start sending out unarmed responders.

?If people know they can get a different level of service through the police, there could be an increase in calls. So that could affect it depending on the staffing, ?Macauley said.

As previously reported by CBS 17, there are 26 vacancies in the Durham 911 Call Center and some emergency calls are not answered within 60 seconds.

Durham City officials said they are working to address the 911 staffing shortage. They are recruiting training officers and adding a fifth 911 Operator Academy later this year.

Hecht added that the CAHOOTS program could help address Durham’s homelessness, substance abuse and drug addiction problem.

“It not only helps to offer people a much better solution in the crisis, but also saves our community a lot of money,” said Hecht. ?We divert a large number of ambulance trips and trips to the emergency room. For the last year of solid data, we estimate we saved the community $ 14 million on medical expenses alone, excluding public safety. “

According to Hecht, the program costs about $ 2.2 million a year and is funded by Eugene Police, Springfield Police, and Lane County.

Durham’s plan to create a program that will send unarmed responses to calls is part of the city’s budget for fiscal year 2021-2022.

Durham City Councils will vote on the budget on June 21st.

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Call volume from Durham 911 could increase if unarmed forces take to the streets.  Is the city ready?

DURHAM, NC (WNCN) – Durham city guides are considering cutting up to 20 vacant police positions over the next year and using those funds to hire social workers and nurses to respond to mental health calls. But how will it work and is the city ready for this change? CBS 17 spoke to leaders of […]

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Call volume from Durham 911 could increase if unarmed forces take to the streets.  Is the city ready?

DURHAM, NC (WNCN) – Durham city guides are considering cutting up to 20 vacant police positions over the next year and using those funds to hire social workers and nurses to respond to mental health calls.

But how will it work and is the city ready for this change?

CBS 17 spoke to leaders of a program in Eugene, Oregon that has been calling the mentally ill since 1989.

CAHOOTS, which stands for Crisis Assistance Helping Out on the Streets, is a program that sends a medical and behavioral medicine specialist in a delivery van to make certain calls.

“Unlike cops, they are not armed,” said Emily Macauley, 911 communications supervisor in Eugene. “You have a lot of experience in dealing with people who are going through a mental crisis or are experiencing any kind of loss or grief.”

The program includes 45 unarmed responders and typically includes a total of three teams working per shift during the day and two teams working at night.

A dispatcher in the 911 call center in Eugene will decide whether a CAHOOTS team should be sent.

Eugene city officials said these CAHOOTS teams are often dispatched to drunk, mentally ill, and non-emergency medical calls.

?Sometimes they react with the police in the area. They may be staging a few blocks down the line and waiting for the police to decide if it’s safe, ?Macauley said.

One concern some people have raised is what happens when a mental health call becomes unexpectedly violent, and how are unarmed aid workers protected?

When that happens, officials said the CAHOOTS teams will phone the police for assistance.

“You’re always on the radio with the police,” said Chris Hecht, executive director of the White Bird Clinic, which supports the program.

According to Hecht, there were 150 calls in 2019 where a CAHOOTS team had to request police assistance, but that’s 18,583 calls for the entire year. He said he couldn’t remember a time an unarmed rescuer was injured or injured during a mental health call.

Overall, the CAHOOTS program helped divert 10 to 20 percent of calls from the Eugene Police Department.

“There is a tremendous chance that you could free law enforcement and resources to do the other things we can all find time to do,” said Chris Skinner, Eugene Police Chief.

But Eugene officials said there are some challenges when cities create these programs. For example, they said the volume of 911 calls may increase as cities start sending out unarmed responders.

?If people know they can get a different level of service through the police, there could be an increase in calls. So that could affect it depending on the staffing, ?Macauley said.

As previously reported by CBS 17, there are 26 vacancies in the Durham 911 Call Center and some emergency calls are not answered within 60 seconds.

Durham City officials said they are working to address the 911 staffing shortage. They are recruiting training officers and adding a fifth 911 Operator Academy later this year.

Hecht added that the CAHOOTS program could help address Durham’s homelessness, substance abuse and drug addiction problem.

“It not only helps to offer people a much better solution in the crisis, but also saves our community a lot of money,” said Hecht. ?We divert a large number of ambulance trips and trips to the emergency room. For the last year of solid data, we estimate we saved the community $ 14 million on medical expenses alone, excluding public safety. “

According to Hecht, the program costs about $ 2.2 million a year and is funded by Eugene Police, Springfield Police, and Lane County.

Durham’s plan to create a program that will send unarmed responses to calls is part of the city’s budget for fiscal year 2021-2022.

Durham City Councils will vote on the budget on June 21st.

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[date_timestamp] => 1623578160 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Class 2021: Farewell and Greetings from Guilford County Schools | Lifestyles [link] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/class-2021-farewell-and-greetings-from-guilford-county-schools-lifestyles/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Bill Moran ) [pubdate] => Sun, 13 Jun 2021 09:24:04 +0000 [category] => Greensboro [guid] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/?p=8272 [description] =>
Class 2021: Farewell and Greetings from Guilford County Schools |  Lifestyles

Greensboro College Middle College Co-graduation ceremony Emma Chow will study pre-med biology at UNC-Chapel Hill. Co-graduation ceremony Huxley Bailey interested in biology and entomology but undecided about college. Greetings Anna Moore will be studying electrical engineering at NC State. Grimsley Best of year Isabella Elizabeth Romine will attend Wake Forest University as a Reynolds Fellow. […]

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Greensboro College Middle College

Co-graduation ceremony Emma Chow will study pre-med biology at UNC-Chapel Hill. Co-graduation ceremony Huxley Bailey interested in biology and entomology but undecided about college. Greetings Anna Moore will be studying electrical engineering at NC State.

Grimsley

Best of year Isabella Elizabeth Romine will attend Wake Forest University as a Reynolds Fellow. She is an IB diploma candidate. She plans to study creative writing and linguistics as well as franchise. Greetings Jennings Elizabeth Lin will attend UNC Chapel Hill. She is an IB diploma candidate. She wants to study journalism and media.

Central climax

Best of year Calvin Biesecker will study marine biology and law at the College of Charleston. Co-salutator Alisha Aamir will study graphic design at High Point University. Co-salutator Hieu Doan will study biology at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Kearns Academy in Central

Best of year Noor Fatima studies marketing at the GTCC. Greetings Leslie Michelle Morales-Gallegos plans to take college transfer courses at GTCC and then move to UNCG to study business administration.

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Class 2021: Farewell and Greetings from Guilford County Schools |  Lifestyles

Greensboro College Middle College Co-graduation ceremony Emma Chow will study pre-med biology at UNC-Chapel Hill. Co-graduation ceremony Huxley Bailey interested in biology and entomology but undecided about college. Greetings Anna Moore will be studying electrical engineering at NC State. Grimsley Best of year Isabella Elizabeth Romine will attend Wake Forest University as a Reynolds Fellow. […]

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Greensboro College Middle College

Co-graduation ceremony Emma Chow will study pre-med biology at UNC-Chapel Hill. Co-graduation ceremony Huxley Bailey interested in biology and entomology but undecided about college. Greetings Anna Moore will be studying electrical engineering at NC State.

Grimsley

Best of year Isabella Elizabeth Romine will attend Wake Forest University as a Reynolds Fellow. She is an IB diploma candidate. She plans to study creative writing and linguistics as well as franchise. Greetings Jennings Elizabeth Lin will attend UNC Chapel Hill. She is an IB diploma candidate. She wants to study journalism and media.

Central climax

Best of year Calvin Biesecker will study marine biology and law at the College of Charleston. Co-salutator Alisha Aamir will study graphic design at High Point University. Co-salutator Hieu Doan will study biology at UNC-Chapel Hill.

Kearns Academy in Central

Best of year Noor Fatima studies marketing at the GTCC. Greetings Leslie Michelle Morales-Gallegos plans to take college transfer courses at GTCC and then move to UNCG to study business administration.

The post Class 2021: Farewell and Greetings from Guilford County Schools | Lifestyles first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

[date_timestamp] => 1623576244 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => The residents of Charlotte think after the judgment of Joseph Daniels [link] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/the-residents-of-charlotte-think-after-the-judgment-of-joseph-daniels/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Bill Moran ) [pubdate] => Sun, 13 Jun 2021 08:44:21 +0000 [category] => Charlotte [guid] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/?p=8269 [description] =>
The residents of Charlotte think after the judgment of Joseph Daniels

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – With the end of the trial of Joseph Daniels, a dark chapter for the quiet city of Charlotte also ends. “It’s a pointless crime and it just shouldn’t have happened,” said Mark Holleman, who visited town with his family on Saturday. Charlotte hosted the grand trial at the Dickson County Justice […]

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – With the end of the trial of Joseph Daniels, a dark chapter for the quiet city of Charlotte also ends.

“It’s a pointless crime and it just shouldn’t have happened,” said Mark Holleman, who visited town with his family on Saturday.

Charlotte hosted the grand trial at the Dickson County Justice Center.

“I think most of the people here thought he was guilty from the start,” said Brett Jackson after Joseph Daniels’ verdict. He was found guilty of second degree murder, criminal murder, aggravated child molestation, creating a false report, and tampering with evidence.

Spectators from across the country watched the trial, but Charlotte residents were given a front row seat.

For some, like Belinda Holman, it’s been an emotional journey. “It’s devastating the county,” she said. “It was kind of one way or another because you didn’t really know what the jury was thinking.”

For Holman, the trial was a hit – Joe Clyde was autistic, as was her grandson. “I mean, he’s a baby and there were so many things that didn’t add up,” said Holman, fighting back tears. “I just can’t understand in my heart how parents can do this to a child.”

As Charlotte heals, residents say they are ready to turn a new page.

?All I know is that this county has risen. This county is always strengthening – they take care of their own and we are a community, we are a strong community, ?said Holman.

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The residents of Charlotte think after the judgment of Joseph Daniels

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – With the end of the trial of Joseph Daniels, a dark chapter for the quiet city of Charlotte also ends. “It’s a pointless crime and it just shouldn’t have happened,” said Mark Holleman, who visited town with his family on Saturday. Charlotte hosted the grand trial at the Dickson County Justice […]

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The residents of Charlotte think after the judgment of Joseph Daniels

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) – With the end of the trial of Joseph Daniels, a dark chapter for the quiet city of Charlotte also ends.

“It’s a pointless crime and it just shouldn’t have happened,” said Mark Holleman, who visited town with his family on Saturday.

Charlotte hosted the grand trial at the Dickson County Justice Center.

“I think most of the people here thought he was guilty from the start,” said Brett Jackson after Joseph Daniels’ verdict. He was found guilty of second degree murder, criminal murder, aggravated child molestation, creating a false report, and tampering with evidence.

Spectators from across the country watched the trial, but Charlotte residents were given a front row seat.

For some, like Belinda Holman, it’s been an emotional journey. “It’s devastating the county,” she said. “It was kind of one way or another because you didn’t really know what the jury was thinking.”

For Holman, the trial was a hit – Joe Clyde was autistic, as was her grandson. “I mean, he’s a baby and there were so many things that didn’t add up,” said Holman, fighting back tears. “I just can’t understand in my heart how parents can do this to a child.”

As Charlotte heals, residents say they are ready to turn a new page.

?All I know is that this county has risen. This county is always strengthening – they take care of their own and we are a community, we are a strong community, ?said Holman.

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[date_timestamp] => 1623573861 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => 1 arrested after Winston Salem, 22, was shot dead [link] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/1-arrested-after-winston-salem-22-was-shot-dead/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Bill Moran ) [pubdate] => Sun, 13 Jun 2021 08:27:00 +0000 [category] => Winston-Salem [guid] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/?p=8266 [description] =>
1 arrested after Winston Salem, 22, was shot dead

A man was arrested Friday afternoon after a fatal shooting in the Skyline Village Apartments complex. The shooting took place around 5 p.m. on Bruce Street. The officers found Tristen Gadberry shot dead at the scene. The 22-year-old was transported to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, where he died of his injuries. The police have […]

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A man was arrested Friday afternoon after a fatal shooting in the Skyline Village Apartments complex. The shooting took place around 5 p.m. on Bruce Street. The officers found Tristen Gadberry shot dead at the scene. The 22-year-old was transported to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, where he died of his injuries. The police have not identified what led to the attack. On Saturday, police announced the arrest of Justin Bankins, 20, from Winston-Salem. Police say Bankins was arrested with a murder warrant on Saturday without incident. Bankins is being held in the Forsyth County Detention Center without obligation. This is the 16th murder compared to 12 murders in the same period in 2020. Anyone with information on this incident or related crimes should contact the Winston-Salem Police Department at 336-773-7700, Crime Stoppers at 336-727-2800. This is a developing story. Please check back for updates later.

A man was arrested at the Skyline Village Apartments complex on Friday afternoon following a fatal shooting.

The shooting took place around 5 p.m. on Bruce Street

Officials found that Tristen Gadberry was shot dead at the scene. The 22-year-old was transported to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, where he died of his injuries.

The police have not determined what led to the attack.

On Saturday, police announced the arrest of Justin Bankins, 20, from Winston-Salem.

According to police, Bankins was arrested with a murder warrant on Saturday without incident.

Bankins is being held in the Forsyth County Law Enforcement Detention Center.

This is the 16th homicide compared to 12 homicides in the same period in 2020.

Anyone with information on this incident or related crimes is asked to call Winston-Salem Police Department at 336-773-7700, Crime Stoppers at 336-727-2800.

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates later.

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1 arrested after Winston Salem, 22, was shot dead

A man was arrested Friday afternoon after a fatal shooting in the Skyline Village Apartments complex. The shooting took place around 5 p.m. on Bruce Street. The officers found Tristen Gadberry shot dead at the scene. The 22-year-old was transported to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, where he died of his injuries. The police have […]

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1 arrested after Winston Salem, 22, was shot dead

A man was arrested Friday afternoon after a fatal shooting in the Skyline Village Apartments complex. The shooting took place around 5 p.m. on Bruce Street. The officers found Tristen Gadberry shot dead at the scene. The 22-year-old was transported to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, where he died of his injuries. The police have not identified what led to the attack. On Saturday, police announced the arrest of Justin Bankins, 20, from Winston-Salem. Police say Bankins was arrested with a murder warrant on Saturday without incident. Bankins is being held in the Forsyth County Detention Center without obligation. This is the 16th murder compared to 12 murders in the same period in 2020. Anyone with information on this incident or related crimes should contact the Winston-Salem Police Department at 336-773-7700, Crime Stoppers at 336-727-2800. This is a developing story. Please check back for updates later.

A man was arrested at the Skyline Village Apartments complex on Friday afternoon following a fatal shooting.

The shooting took place around 5 p.m. on Bruce Street

Officials found that Tristen Gadberry was shot dead at the scene. The 22-year-old was transported to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, where he died of his injuries.

The police have not determined what led to the attack.

On Saturday, police announced the arrest of Justin Bankins, 20, from Winston-Salem.

According to police, Bankins was arrested with a murder warrant on Saturday without incident.

Bankins is being held in the Forsyth County Law Enforcement Detention Center.

This is the 16th homicide compared to 12 homicides in the same period in 2020.

Anyone with information on this incident or related crimes is asked to call Winston-Salem Police Department at 336-773-7700, Crime Stoppers at 336-727-2800.

This is a developing story. Please check back for updates later.

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[date_timestamp] => 1623572820 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Raphael Ramazani: Help Spread the Joy on World Refugee Day | Columnists [link] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/raphael-ramazani-help-spread-the-joy-on-world-refugee-day-columnists/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Bill Moran ) [pubdate] => Sun, 13 Jun 2021 05:20:50 +0000 [category] => Greensboro [guid] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/?p=8263 [description] =>
Raphael Ramazani: Help Spread the Joy on World Refugee Day |  Columnists

I feel so lucky to live here in the United States and Greensboro in particular, but my heart aches for my brothers and sisters who are still waiting in refugee camps and enduring dangerous conditions, especially amid a pandemic. I was one of the lucky few. During the four years of the Trump administration, the […]

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Raphael Ramazani: Help Spread the Joy on World Refugee Day |  Columnists

I feel so lucky to live here in the United States and Greensboro in particular, but my heart aches for my brothers and sisters who are still waiting in refugee camps and enduring dangerous conditions, especially amid a pandemic. I was one of the lucky few. During the four years of the Trump administration, the refugee resettlement program was nearly decimated. Last year, President Trump set the number of refugee admissions to the lowest level in history – just 15,000 refugees. These barriers make an already difficult process almost impossible for so many people urgently seeking refuge.

I’ve tried to do my part by working for World Relief. This is my way of giving back to those who have helped me along the way and to those who are in a similar situation to three years ago – after all, with the support of the community, refugees strengthen our communities through volunteering, business and business start-ups Joining our military. But that alone is not enough. We need meaningful political change from above.

For this reason, on this World Refugee Day, I am calling on the Biden government to meet the target of 62,500 refugees set for this fiscal year. President Biden waited three months to raise the cap, causing significant damage to thousands of refugees who had already been approved for entry into the United States. We owe it to them to do better as soon as possible. The closer we get to the relocation of 62,500 refugees this year, the more likely we are to meet the President’s goal of relocating 125,000 refugees next year.

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Raphael Ramazani: Help Spread the Joy on World Refugee Day |  Columnists

I feel so lucky to live here in the United States and Greensboro in particular, but my heart aches for my brothers and sisters who are still waiting in refugee camps and enduring dangerous conditions, especially amid a pandemic. I was one of the lucky few. During the four years of the Trump administration, the […]

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Raphael Ramazani: Help Spread the Joy on World Refugee Day |  Columnists

I feel so lucky to live here in the United States and Greensboro in particular, but my heart aches for my brothers and sisters who are still waiting in refugee camps and enduring dangerous conditions, especially amid a pandemic. I was one of the lucky few. During the four years of the Trump administration, the refugee resettlement program was nearly decimated. Last year, President Trump set the number of refugee admissions to the lowest level in history – just 15,000 refugees. These barriers make an already difficult process almost impossible for so many people urgently seeking refuge.

I’ve tried to do my part by working for World Relief. This is my way of giving back to those who have helped me along the way and to those who are in a similar situation to three years ago – after all, with the support of the community, refugees strengthen our communities through volunteering, business and business start-ups Joining our military. But that alone is not enough. We need meaningful political change from above.

For this reason, on this World Refugee Day, I am calling on the Biden government to meet the target of 62,500 refugees set for this fiscal year. President Biden waited three months to raise the cap, causing significant damage to thousands of refugees who had already been approved for entry into the United States. We owe it to them to do better as soon as possible. The closer we get to the relocation of 62,500 refugees this year, the more likely we are to meet the President’s goal of relocating 125,000 refugees next year.

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[date_timestamp] => 1623561650 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Community members and Raleigh executives gather to celebrate the reopening of Chavis Park [link] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/community-members-and-raleigh-executives-gather-to-celebrate-the-reopening-of-chavis-park/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Bill Moran ) [pubdate] => Sun, 13 Jun 2021 04:56:09 +0000 [category] => Raleigh [guid] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/?p=8260 [description] =>
Community members and Raleigh executives gather to celebrate the reopening of Chavis Park

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – Saturday was a day when something new was celebrated without forgetting the journey to that point. ?When there weren’t any parks, we played in Chavis Park. This is a park we need to remember those who have moved us forward, ?said Raleigh City Councilor Corey Branch. On Saturday, the John Chavis […]

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Community members and Raleigh executives gather to celebrate the reopening of Chavis Park

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – Saturday was a day when something new was celebrated without forgetting the journey to that point.

?When there weren’t any parks, we played in Chavis Park. This is a park we need to remember those who have moved us forward, ?said Raleigh City Councilor Corey Branch.

On Saturday, the John Chavis Memorial Park near downtown Raleigh reopened.

RELATED: Major Upgrades Planned for Raleigh Park

City guides along with many in the community came to the event.

The park was originally built in 1937 as a separate park for the city’s black residents. It attracted African Americans from all over the southeast.

The man it’s named after, John Chavis, fought in the Revolutionary War and was a free black. He was also a teacher and pastor in Raleigh.

The park itself is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

“But we’re grateful to have this park now as the federal government is working with local partners to bring this history and beauty back to life,” said North Carolina Congresswoman Deborah Ross.

After two years of construction, the park now has a new community center, a playground and a central square.

“It brought tears to my eyes,” said Raleigh Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin.

Baldwin told the crowd on Saturday that the next city bond will have $ 45 million for the second phase of Chavis Park.

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Community members and Raleigh executives gather to celebrate the reopening of Chavis Park

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – Saturday was a day when something new was celebrated without forgetting the journey to that point. ?When there weren’t any parks, we played in Chavis Park. This is a park we need to remember those who have moved us forward, ?said Raleigh City Councilor Corey Branch. On Saturday, the John Chavis […]

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Community members and Raleigh executives gather to celebrate the reopening of Chavis Park

RALEIGH, NC (WNCN) – Saturday was a day when something new was celebrated without forgetting the journey to that point.

?When there weren’t any parks, we played in Chavis Park. This is a park we need to remember those who have moved us forward, ?said Raleigh City Councilor Corey Branch.

On Saturday, the John Chavis Memorial Park near downtown Raleigh reopened.

RELATED: Major Upgrades Planned for Raleigh Park

City guides along with many in the community came to the event.

The park was originally built in 1937 as a separate park for the city’s black residents. It attracted African Americans from all over the southeast.

The man it’s named after, John Chavis, fought in the Revolutionary War and was a free black. He was also a teacher and pastor in Raleigh.

The park itself is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

“But we’re grateful to have this park now as the federal government is working with local partners to bring this history and beauty back to life,” said North Carolina Congresswoman Deborah Ross.

After two years of construction, the park now has a new community center, a playground and a central square.

“It brought tears to my eyes,” said Raleigh Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin.

Baldwin told the crowd on Saturday that the next city bond will have $ 45 million for the second phase of Chavis Park.

The post Community members and Raleigh executives gather to celebrate the reopening of Chavis Park first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

[date_timestamp] => 1623560169 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Greensboro Police Sergeant hit by delivery truck, driver charged several times [link] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/greensboro-police-sergeant-hit-by-delivery-truck-driver-charged-several-times/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Bill Moran ) [pubdate] => Sun, 13 Jun 2021 01:19:28 +0000 [category] => Greensboro [guid] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/?p=8257 [description] =>
Greensboro Police Sergeant hit by delivery truck, driver charged several times

A Greensboro Police sergeant was hit by a van on Wendover Avenue near Edwardia Drive Saturday morning, according to a Greensboro Police press release. At about 5:45 am, Sergeant CD Vaughn was directing traffic at the accident site on W. Wendover Avenue near S. Edwardia Drive. 32-year-old Kyle Comer of Pleasant Garden was driving his […]

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A Greensboro Police sergeant was hit by a van on Wendover Avenue near Edwardia Drive Saturday morning, according to a Greensboro Police press release. At about 5:45 am, Sergeant CD Vaughn was directing traffic at the accident site on W. Wendover Avenue near S. Edwardia Drive. 32-year-old Kyle Comer of Pleasant Garden was driving his 2005 Dodge Van on W. Wendover Avenue when he ran over Sergeant Vaught and her police SUV. Sergeant Vaughn was rushed to hospital with serious but not life threatening injuries. Greensboro Police say Comer stayed at the scene and was charged with not reducing his speed to avoid a collision, not driving for a police vehicle, disobeying a police officer’s direction of travel and careless and reckless driving. The Greensboro Police Department’s Crash Reconstruction Unit is investigating the collision.

A Greensboro Police sergeant was hit by a van on Wendover Avenue near Edwardia Drive Saturday morning, according to a Greensboro Police press release.

At around 5:45 am, Sergeant CD Vaughn was directing traffic at the accident site on W. Wendover Avenue near S. Edwardia Drive.

32-year-old Kyle Comer of Pleasant Garden was driving his 2005 Dodge Van on W. Wendover Avenue when he ran over Sergeant Vaught and her police SUV.

Sergeant Vaughn was hospitalized with serious but not life threatening injuries.

According to Greensboro Police, Comer stayed at the scene and was charged with not reducing his speed to avoid a collision, not driving for a police vehicle, not following a police officer’s traffic instructions, and careless and reckless driving.

The Greensboro Police Department’s Crash Reconstruction Unit is investigating the collision.

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Greensboro Police Sergeant hit by delivery truck, driver charged several times

A Greensboro Police sergeant was hit by a van on Wendover Avenue near Edwardia Drive Saturday morning, according to a Greensboro Police press release. At about 5:45 am, Sergeant CD Vaughn was directing traffic at the accident site on W. Wendover Avenue near S. Edwardia Drive. 32-year-old Kyle Comer of Pleasant Garden was driving his […]

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Greensboro Police Sergeant hit by delivery truck, driver charged several times

A Greensboro Police sergeant was hit by a van on Wendover Avenue near Edwardia Drive Saturday morning, according to a Greensboro Police press release. At about 5:45 am, Sergeant CD Vaughn was directing traffic at the accident site on W. Wendover Avenue near S. Edwardia Drive. 32-year-old Kyle Comer of Pleasant Garden was driving his 2005 Dodge Van on W. Wendover Avenue when he ran over Sergeant Vaught and her police SUV. Sergeant Vaughn was rushed to hospital with serious but not life threatening injuries. Greensboro Police say Comer stayed at the scene and was charged with not reducing his speed to avoid a collision, not driving for a police vehicle, disobeying a police officer’s direction of travel and careless and reckless driving. The Greensboro Police Department’s Crash Reconstruction Unit is investigating the collision.

A Greensboro Police sergeant was hit by a van on Wendover Avenue near Edwardia Drive Saturday morning, according to a Greensboro Police press release.

At around 5:45 am, Sergeant CD Vaughn was directing traffic at the accident site on W. Wendover Avenue near S. Edwardia Drive.

32-year-old Kyle Comer of Pleasant Garden was driving his 2005 Dodge Van on W. Wendover Avenue when he ran over Sergeant Vaught and her police SUV.

Sergeant Vaughn was hospitalized with serious but not life threatening injuries.

According to Greensboro Police, Comer stayed at the scene and was charged with not reducing his speed to avoid a collision, not driving for a police vehicle, not following a police officer’s traffic instructions, and careless and reckless driving.

The Greensboro Police Department’s Crash Reconstruction Unit is investigating the collision.

The post Greensboro Police Sergeant hit by delivery truck, driver charged several times first appeared on North Carolina Chronicle.

[date_timestamp] => 1623547168 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. receives fourth in a row and sixth overall Nareit Gold Investor CARE Award for Outstanding Achievement in Communication and Reporting [link] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/alexandria-real-estate-equities-inc-receives-fourth-in-a-row-and-sixth-overall-nareit-gold-investor-care-award-for-outstanding-achievement-in-communication-and-reporting-2/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Bill Moran ) [pubdate] => Sun, 13 Jun 2021 00:54:18 +0000 [category] => Durham [guid] => https://nocarolinachronicle.com/?p=8255 [description] =>

PASADENA, California., June 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE: ARE), a municipal office REIT and the first, longest-standing, pioneering owner, operator, and developer uniquely into collaborative life science, agtech and technology campus focused on AAA innovation cluster locations, announced today that the company has received the Nareit Gold Investor […]

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PASADENA, California., June 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE: ARE), a municipal office REIT and the first, longest-standing, pioneering owner, operator, and developer uniquely into collaborative life science, agtech and technology campus focused on AAA innovation cluster locations, announced today that the company has received the Nareit Gold Investor CARE Award 2021 in the Large Cap Equity REIT category for outstanding shareholder communication and reporting. This prestigious award – the company’s fourth Gold Investor CARE Award in a row and the sixth award since 2015 – shows Alexandria First class transparency, quality and efficiency of communication and reporting to the investment community.

With its annual awards program, Nareit, the global voice for REITs and listed real estate companies, honors exceptional companies that interact most effectively with their investors online, in writing and orally, and provide these investors with the most comprehensive, clear and useful information in the most efficient way. Alexandria was selected by an independent jury of REIT analysts, portfolio managers and academics.

“We are very proud to have again received this important recognition from Nareit, which reflects our world-class reporting practices and our consistent delivery of high quality, comprehensive and efficient disclosures,” said Dean A. Shigenaga, President and Chief Financial Officer of Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. “Our performance as a six-time Gold Investor CARE Award winner will be directly attributable to the operational excellence of our world-class team in maintaining the highest levels of transparency, integrity and sound corporate governance Guided by our mission to promote human health, we are committed to continuous implementation and innovation to catalyze life-changing innovations and drive positive change for the benefit of society. “

Companies were rated on the strength of their online presence, including ease of site navigation and information availability; Disclosure and transparency regarding SEC filings, which are primarily focused on ancillary filings; and investor relations practices, including the quality of retained earnings and management accessibility.

About Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.

Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE: ARE), an S&P 500® Urban Office REIT, is the first, longest-running, and pioneering owner, operator, and developer with a unique focus on collaborative life science, agtech, and technology Campus in the AAA innovation cluster locations with a total market capitalization of $ 320.5 billion as of March 31, 2021 and an asset base in North America of 52.6 million SF. The asset base in North America comprises 33.9 million RSF in commercial real estate and 4.0 million RSF in class A properties under construction, 7.3 million RSF in short and medium-term development and renovation projects and 7.4 million SF in future Development projects. Founded in 1994, Alexandria Pioneered in this niche and has since built a significant market presence in key locations including Greater Boston area, the San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, San Diego, Seattle, Maryland and research triangle. Alexandria has a long and proven track record of developing Class A properties, bundled into urban life science, agtech and technology campuses that provide our innovative tenants with highly dynamic and collaborative environments that enhance their ability to build world class Successfully recruiting and retaining talent and increasing productivity, efficiency, creativity and success. Alexandria also provides strategic capital for transformative life science, agtech and technology companies through our venture capital platform. We believe our unique business model and meticulous underwriting ensure a high quality and diverse tenant base that translates into higher occupancy rates, longer rental terms, higher rental income, higher returns and higher long-term investment value. For more information on Alexandria, please visit www.are.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Such forward-looking statements include, without limitation, statements about the impact of the company’s communication and reporting practices on its performance. These forward-looking statements are based on the company’s current intentions, beliefs, or expectations, but forward-looking statements are not guaranteed and will not occur. Actual results could differ materially from those contained or implied in the company’s forward-looking statements due to a variety of factors including, but not limited to the risks and uncertainties disclosed in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission . All forward-looking statements speak as of the date of this press release and the company assumes no obligation to update this information. For more information about risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those anticipated in the company’s forward-looking statements, as well as risks and uncertainties affecting the company’s business in general, please refer to the company’s filings with the Securities and Markets Exchange Commission, including the most recent annual report on Form 10-K and any subsequent quarterly reports on Form 10-Q.

CONTACT: Sara Kabakoff, Vice President Communications, (626) 788-5578, [email protected]

SOURCE Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.

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PASADENA, California., June 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE: ARE), a municipal office REIT and the first, longest-standing, pioneering owner, operator, and developer uniquely into collaborative life science, agtech and technology campus focused on AAA innovation cluster locations, announced today that the company has received the Nareit Gold Investor […]

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PASADENA, California., June 11, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE: ARE), a municipal office REIT and the first, longest-standing, pioneering owner, operator, and developer uniquely into collaborative life science, agtech and technology campus focused on AAA innovation cluster locations, announced today that the company has received the Nareit Gold Investor CARE Award 2021 in the Large Cap Equity REIT category for outstanding shareholder communication and reporting. This prestigious award – the company’s fourth Gold Investor CARE Award in a row and the sixth award since 2015 – shows Alexandria First class transparency, quality and efficiency of communication and reporting to the investment community.

With its annual awards program, Nareit, the global voice for REITs and listed real estate companies, honors exceptional companies that interact most effectively with their investors online, in writing and orally, and provide these investors with the most comprehensive, clear and useful information in the most efficient way. Alexandria was selected by an independent jury of REIT analysts, portfolio managers and academics.

“We are very proud to have again received this important recognition from Nareit, which reflects our world-class reporting practices and our consistent delivery of high quality, comprehensive and efficient disclosures,” said Dean A. Shigenaga, President and Chief Financial Officer of Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. “Our performance as a six-time Gold Investor CARE Award winner will be directly attributable to the operational excellence of our world-class team in maintaining the highest levels of transparency, integrity and sound corporate governance Guided by our mission to promote human health, we are committed to continuous implementation and innovation to catalyze life-changing innovations and drive positive change for the benefit of society. “

Companies were rated on the strength of their online presence, including ease of site navigation and information availability; Disclosure and transparency regarding SEC filings, which are primarily focused on ancillary filings; and investor relations practices, including the quality of retained earnings and management accessibility.

About Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.

Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc. (NYSE: ARE), an S&P 500® Urban Office REIT, is the first, longest-running, and pioneering owner, operator, and developer with a unique focus on collaborative life science, agtech, and technology Campus in the AAA innovation cluster locations with a total market capitalization of $ 320.5 billion as of March 31, 2021 and an asset base in North America of 52.6 million SF. The asset base in North America comprises 33.9 million RSF in commercial real estate and 4.0 million RSF in class A properties under construction, 7.3 million RSF in short and medium-term development and renovation projects and 7.4 million SF in future Development projects. Founded in 1994, Alexandria Pioneered in this niche and has since built a significant market presence in key locations including Greater Boston area, the San Francisco Bay Area, New York City, San Diego, Seattle, Maryland and research triangle. Alexandria has a long and proven track record of developing Class A properties, bundled into urban life science, agtech and technology campuses that provide our innovative tenants with highly dynamic and collaborative environments that enhance their ability to build world class Successfully recruiting and retaining talent and increasing productivity, efficiency, creativity and success. Alexandria also provides strategic capital for transformative life science, agtech and technology companies through our venture capital platform. We believe our unique business model and meticulous underwriting ensure a high quality and diverse tenant base that translates into higher occupancy rates, longer rental terms, higher rental income, higher returns and higher long-term investment value. For more information on Alexandria, please visit www.are.com.

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Such forward-looking statements include, without limitation, statements about the impact of the company’s communication and reporting practices on its performance. These forward-looking statements are based on the company’s current intentions, beliefs, or expectations, but forward-looking statements are not guaranteed and will not occur. Actual results could differ materially from those contained or implied in the company’s forward-looking statements due to a variety of factors including, but not limited to the risks and uncertainties disclosed in filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission . All forward-looking statements speak as of the date of this press release and the company assumes no obligation to update this information. For more information about risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those anticipated in the company’s forward-looking statements, as well as risks and uncertainties affecting the company’s business in general, please refer to the company’s filings with the Securities and Markets Exchange Commission, including the most recent annual report on Form 10-K and any subsequent quarterly reports on Form 10-Q.

CONTACT: Sara Kabakoff, Vice President Communications, (626) 788-5578, [email protected]

SOURCE Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.

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http://www.are.com

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