*Registered for the Hub on the old site? We still need you to re-register here to update your profiles and passwords.

NOT REGISTERED? REGISTER HERE
Hide Advanced Search - Show Advanced Search +

We found 16 results for:

Fayetteville Observer ×
Clear

Title
& Description

News Outlet
& Journalist

Date
& Location

MEDIA TYPE
& LENGTH

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

17 December 2015

Vanceboro, North Carolina, United States

Text

1500-3000 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

A program in eastern North Carolina takes a proven, two-generation approach to lift struggling families out of dire circumstances.

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

24 October 2015

Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

The Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion initiative is being implemented in cities across the U.S. Instead of arresting people accused of low-level drug crimes, the offenders are offered drug treatment, job training, me...

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

12 September 2014

Concord, North Carolina, United States

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Inmates are encouraged to participate in classes to help them gain greater understanding in order to be qualified for better jobs upon leaving the prison but also to guide them to be better people.

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

27 July 2014

Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States

Text

Over 3000 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Oklahoma leads national movements for universal preschool education - all four year olds are entitled to care services regardless of income with 74 percent electing to participate. The state also benefits from private...

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

27 July 2014

Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Early education translates into higher graduation rates and lower probability for criminology, yet less than 30 percent of children in America go to preschool. Oklahoma is ensuring kids can attend preschool through un...

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

27 July 2014

Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
1
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

A private high school in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is mimicking a college campus as part of an effort to help kids succeed in college. By trusting the students and giving them autonomy they have also reduced bad behavior.

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

27 July 2014

Tulsa, Oklahoma, United States

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

At Union High School in Tulsa, students are given greater autonomy over their schedule, increased support through administration that is specific to each graduating class, and offers high achieving students a college-...

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

26 April 2014

Jonesboro, Georgia, United States

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Juvenile delinquents often face lives with little to no chance to do better for themselves. Courts supply a different tactic to give juvenile high-risk offenders a second chance to redo their lives and make better cho...

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

26 April 2014

Jonesboro, Georgia, United States

Text

1500-3000 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

The deeper kids get into the court system, the more likely they are to get into bigger trouble - instead of being scared straight, they end up on what researchers call the school-to-prison pipeline. Courts in Clayton ...

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

22 February 2014

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Text

800-1500 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Civic leaders in the U.S. struggle to effectively help their distressed neighborhoods. East Lake, Atlanta, created a replicable model that mixes residents of differing socio-economic status, and focuses on education a...

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

22 February 2014

Memphis, Tennessee, United States

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

In Memphis, a creative blight-reduction initiative broke down the city into blocks. Inspectors were able to quickly identify all the violations and fix them with no changes in their budget.

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

22 February 2014

Fayetteville, North Carolina, United States

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
1
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

In Fayetteville, the Mayor and Police Chief have taken a personalized approach in seeking a solution for blighted, low-income neighborhoods and are working to increase the number of city staff on-hand to help address ...

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

26 January 2014

Memphis, Tennessee

Mixed Media

1500-3000 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

In Memphis, “school officials, politicians, business leaders, preachers, nonprofit organizations and everyday residents” came together to fight crime in a strategy known as Collective Impact. Could this approach help ...

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

22 December 2013

Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

For years, Chattanooga has had one of the highest violent crime rates in the country. - last year, its rate stood at 863 violent crimes per 100,000 residents, 34 percent higher than Fayetteville's. But like Fayettevil...

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

22 December 2013

High Point, North Carolina, United States

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

Areas of High Point, North Carolina have suffered from crime, poverty , and neglect, until the city began implementing Operation Ceasefire, a policing program that uses data collecting, community support against crime...

Fayetteville Observer

Greg Barnes

22 December 2013

High Point, North Carolina, United States

Text

Under 800 Words

ADD TO
COLLECTION
0
FAVORITE
VIEW STORY

The use of a gun in a violent crime can carry a penalty of 30 years or more in prison. High Point, NC, has been using call-ins for 16 years - a carrot-and-stick approach aimed at reducing violent crime and drugs in th...

I WORK IN, TEACH, OR STUDY JOURNALISM I'M AN EDUCATOR OR STUDENT (NOT IN JOURNALISM) I'M NONE OF THE ABOVE
AS A MEMBER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
  • Access our training curriculum or attend a training
  • Share your stories
  • Join a local community of journalists
  • Attend story workshops and events to hone your craft
  • Get funding and additional support
  • Access the full Solutions Story Tracker™
  • Save favorite stories and create collections in your user profile
TO JOIN, PLEASE SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION (*=REQUIRED)

Not a journalist? Register here instead.

AS A MEMBER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
  • Access the full Solutions Story Tracker™
  • Explore curated collections of stories and resources about topics that you care about
  • Create and share your own collections of stories
  • Access and share teaching resources (and coming soon, student resources!)
  • Connect with others using solutions journalism in their courses
TO JOIN, PLEASE SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION (*=REQUIRED)

Journalist or J-School? Register here instead.

AS A MEMBER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
  • Access the full Solutions Story Tracker™ database
  • Create and customize your own collections of stories
TO JOIN, PLEASE SUBMIT THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION (*=REQUIRED)

Journalist or J-School? Register here instead.

Help us grow our database of solutions stories! Please enter the following information. Our staff will review the story, and if it meets our criteria (see below), it will be added to the Solutions Story Tracker™.

Great suggestion! So great, that we already have that story listed in the Solutions Story Tracker™. View it here.

It may take a few weeks to see your piece in the Solutions Story Tracker™, as we have a backlog of submissions longer than Ben Hur that we’re diligently working to eliminate. We appreciate your patience.

SJN'S CRITERIA FOR GOOD SOLUTIONS JOURNALISM:
  • Can be character-driven, but focuses in-depth on a response to a problem and how the response works in meaningful detail
  • Focuses on effectiveness, not good intentions, presenting available evidence of results
  • Discusses the limitations of the approach
  • Seeks to provide insight that others can use

Hearing from Hub members is the best part of our day after coffee.

WHICH COLLECTION DO YOU WANT TO ADD THIS STORYLINK TO?
+ CREATE A NEW COLLECTION
INCLUDE A NOTE ABOUT THIS STORYLINK (OPTIONAL)
Done
Add collection white 42405d7c62280f576835d7944dd9a00c66b19137aa9106801a4de971c82b8db1

Collections are versatile, powerful and simple to create. From a customized course reader to an action-guide for an upcoming service-learning trip, collections illuminate themes, guide inquiry, and provide context for how people around the world are responding to social challenges.

1
Arrow 1 d8772cf8de814c78795c36f6c5c1e867cbf5d5012086673d004af5071fc299cd

Name and describe your collection

Arrow 1 d8772cf8de814c78795c36f6c5c1e867cbf5d5012086673d004af5071fc299cd
2

Add Stories

Arrow 1 d8772cf8de814c78795c36f6c5c1e867cbf5d5012086673d004af5071fc299cd
3

Add external links at any time

4

Add to your collection over time and share!

1
2

Add stories to your collection from your list of Favorites below, or add stories directly to a collection from Search or Discover. Anytime you see the collection icon you can add a story. Just click the icon and follow the instructions on your screen.

3

This is a powerful feature to provide context and additional information to enhance your collection. Add a link to a relevant website, and a short description about how the resource relates to your collection.

ADD STORY FROM FAVORITES
+

Add stories directly from your Favorites, or Search for stories in our database.

If you come across a story you want to add to a collection, click the Collection icon and follow the instructions on your screen.

TITLE
NEWS OUTLET & JOURNALIST
DATE & LOCATION
THERE IN THIS COLLECTION:
THERE IN THIS COLLECTION:
ADD STORY FROM FAVORITES
+

Add stories directly from your Favorites, or Search for stories in our database.

If you come across a story you want to add to a collection, click the Collection icon and follow the instructions on your screen.

TITLE
NEWS OUTLET & JOURNALIST
DATE & LOCATION
DONE

Photo Credits: Almudena Toral; Gabe Hernandez/Corpus Christi Caller-Times; Cody Pope; Matt Stokes

All other photos are licensed under Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike 2.0 Generic Creative Commons license, and are credited to the following photographers: Rowan El Shimi; Samuele Arcidiacono; Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum 2017 © DW/H. W. Lamberz

Thank you to SurveyHero.com for letting us create online surveys for free

If you want to get unlimited access to the Solutions Story Tracker™ and also get alerts when new relevant stories are posted, please register now.

Registration takes about two minutes, and is completely free. We'll never share your email address outside of SJN.

Sound good?

You are about to un-favorite a item. Click YES if you want to delete this item from MY FAVORITES.

Our issue area taxonomy was adapted from the PCS Taxonomy with definitions by the Foundation Center, which is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial 4.0 International License.

Photos are licensed under Attribution Non Commercial 2.0 Generic Creative Commons license / Desaturated from original, and are credited to the following photographers:

Fondriest Environmental, David De Wit / Community Eye Health, Linda Steil / Herald Post, John Amis / UGA College of Ag & Environmental Sciences – OCCS, Andy B, Peter Garnhum, Thomas Hawk, 7ty9, Isriya Paireepairit, David Berger, UnLtd The Foundation For Social Entrepreneurs, Michael Dunne, Burak Kebapci, and Forrest Berkshire / U.S. Army Cadet Command public affairs

Photos are licensed under Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike 2.0 Generic Creative Commons license, and are credited to the following photographers:

Ra'ed Qutena, 段 文慶, Fabio Campo, City Clock Magazine, Justin Norman, scarlatti2004, Gary Simmons, Kathryn McCallum, and Nearsoft Inc

Photos are licensed under CC0 1.0 Universal (CC0 1.0) Public Domain Dedication Creative Commons license / Desaturated from original, and are credited to the following photographers:

Burak Kebapci and SCY.

Photos are licensed under Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) and are credited to the US Army Corps of Engineers.

Conference attendee listening to speaker, Jenifer Daniels / Colorstock getcolorstock.com.

Photo Credit: Kevork Djansezian via Getty Images

Photo Credit: Sonia Narang

You are viewing the Story Tracker™ Tutorial