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Commentary: Renaming the Edmund Pettus Bridge to the John R. Lewis Freedom Bridge

    Commentary: Renaming the Edmund Pettus Bridge to the John R. Lewis  Freedom Bridge

Commentary: Renaming the Edmund Pettus Bridge to the John R. Lewis Freedom Bridge

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Commentary: Making America feared again:  The Trump Administration considers resuming nuclear weapons testing

    Commentary: Making America feared again:  The Trump Administration considers resuming nuclear weapons testing

Commentary: Making America feared again:  The Trump Administration considers resuming nuclear weapons testing

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Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools to Resume High School Athletics Voluntary Workouts on August 3

    Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools to Resume High School Athletics Voluntary Workouts on August 3

High School athletic teams in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools will be allowed to return to campus for voluntary workouts beginning August 3, 2020. These summer workouts will initially be allowed for fall sports only.

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Winston-Salem cancels the Carolina Classic Fair 

    Winston-Salem cancels the Carolina Classic Fair 

Due to the rising trend in positive COVID-19 cases in Forsyth County and the on-going restrictions for mass gatherings statewide, the city of Winston-Salem is canceling the Carolina Classic Fair.

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H.E.R.O. welcomes a second foal – seeks public input on name

    H.E.R.O. welcomes a second  foal – seeks public input on name

The best things come in twos, especially for the folks who volunteer with H.E.R.O., the Horse Education and Rescue Organization. This week, for the second time in two months, one of H.E.R.O.’s rescue horses has become a proud parent. This time it’s “Speckles,” who just gave birth to a healthy colt.

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United Methodist Women called on to dismantle racist systems

    United Methodist Women called on to dismantle racist systems

United Methodist Women called on to dismantle racist systems

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HBCU grad launches publication for growing entrepreneurs

    HBCU grad launches publication for growing entrepreneurs

Meet Ashley Little, founder and editor-in-chief of “Creating Your Seat At The Table International Magazine,” an online and print magazine for the growing entrepreneur.

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ESR provides emergency assistance with COVID-19 response funds

    ESR provides emergency assistance with COVID-19 response funds

Thanks to the COVID-19 Response Fund for Forsyth County established by our community partners, ESR was able to create the Emergency Empowerment and Readiness Initiative to support local community members impacted by the novel coronavirus. The initiative began on Tuesday, July 21.

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A ’stone’s throw’ away from home

    A ’stone’s throw’ away from home

Livingstone offers incentives to local students to avoid college deferral

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Busta’s Person of the Week: A heart-to-heart conversation with Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough

    Busta’s Person of the Week: A heart-to-heart conversation with Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough

Busta’s Person of the Week: A heart-to-heart conversation with Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough

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