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College to host BHM programs

    College to host BHM programs

A panel discussion slated to take place on Thursday, Feb. 28 from 4:30–5:45 p.m. in Salem College’s Shirley Auditorium (inside the Elberson Fine Arts Center) will tackle a number of

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Finance company gives to NWCDC

    Finance company gives to NWCDC

Northwest Child Development Centers, Inc. has received even more financial support. Pittsburgh, Penn.-based Vision Financial Group, Inc. recently gave the non-profit $10,000. Vision COO Conrad Eimers flew to Winston-Salem to

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Student musicians to join PWS for concert

    Student musicians to join PWS for concert

The Piedmont Wind Symphony will continue its tradition of offering music education and performance opportunities to young musicians next month when select local middle and high school bands will perform

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Former WXII reporter dies

    Former WXII reporter dies

Jane Harrington-Smith, who blazed trails as an African American reporter at WXII in the 1970s, passed away on Friday, Feb. 15. The Winston-Salem native was 61. Harrington-Smith joined WXII in

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Banking vets start new firm

    Banking vets start new firm

Two of Winston-Salem’s most widely-known bankers have formed a management consultant group to provide strategic planning and advisory services to

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Heart Defects and Children

    Heart Defects and Children

When we talk about Heart Disease, many people automatically think that means adults, but it is important to know that

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Lecturer to discuss Kiswahili

    Lecturer  to discuss  Kiswahili

Dr. F.E.M.K. Senkoro, the founding director of the Institute of Kiswahili at the University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania,

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Earls to receive state NAACP’s top honor

The NC NAACP will hold its 29th Annual Humanitarian Awards Banquet on Saturday, March 16 at Abundant Life Christian Center

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K&W throws food bank $10,000 lifeline

    K&W throws food bank $10,000 lifeline

K&W Cafeterias presented a $10,000 check to Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC Executive Director Clyde Fitzgerald on Monday.

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Wounded vets to compete in Games

    Wounded vets to compete in Games

The Valor Games Southeast will be played in the Triangle from May 21-23. About 100 former or current wounded and

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