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Fulbright Scholar teaching Swahili at Bennett College

    Fulbright Scholar teaching Swahili at Bennett College

On any given day, Anna Mbise can be found in a Bennett College classroom either teaching or taking notes. A Fulbright Scholar, Mbise hails from Tanzania, a nation in East

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Panelists: Church can help ease HIV/AIDS stigma

    Panelists: Church can help ease HIV/AIDS stigma

The intersection of Christianity and HIV/AIDS was discussed during a World AIDS Day (Dec. 1) forum at the Central Library. Panelists included preachers, youth leaders and an AIDS activist, many

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The Next Superintendent Should Be …

    The Next Superintendent Should Be …

Public has its say at first forum The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board received community input last Thursday as it works to hire a superintendent to replace retiring Don Martin. The

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ESR leaving East Winston

    ESR leaving East Winston

Agency to break-ground on new multi-million dollar headquarters After calling East Winston home for 45 years, ESR (Experiment in Self-Reliance) is set to move to a new home. Last Friday,

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Family seeks answers, closure

  Family seeks answers, closure

Constance “Connie” Hall was murdered more than a year ago Growing up, city native April Hall looked up to her

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Why Was Womble Charged?

Many have questions in wake of lawmaker’s exoneration More than a week after criminal charges stemming from a fatal traffic

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The Tradition Continues: Temple holds annual Potentate Ball

  The Tradition Continues: Temple holds annual Potentate Ball

Members of Sethos Temple No. 170 dined, danced and celebrated the accomplishments of the past year last Friday night at

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Time for justice for Wilmington Ten

  Time for justice for Wilmington Ten

People across the nation are joining the effort to urge outgoing Gov. Bev. Perdue to pardon the Wilmington Ten, whose

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Cook students getting professional help with science fair projects

  Cook students getting professional help with science fair projects

Recently, about 20 students – each accompanied by a parent or grandparent – gathered in a classroom at Cook Elementary

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NBA star again treats seniors to holiday meal

  NBA star again treats seniors to holiday meal

The Josh Howard Foundation continued its annual tradition last week of treating senior citizens to a free holiday meal. Tickets

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