Share Following the hustle and bustle of Christmas, residents from across the community will come together this week, during the Winston-Salem City-Wide Kwanzaa Celebration. An annual Twin City tradition, the seven-daylong celebration will be
Share Anita Earls, a civil rights attorney with 24 years of experience, will be the speaker for Bennett College’s Academic & Cultural Enrichment Series (ACES) program on Thursday, Oct. 24 at 11 a.m. in
Share As the N.C. General Assembly considers compensation for victims of a state-run forced-sterilization program, Wake Forest University will host “Scarred for Life: The Legacy of Forced Sterilization at Home and Abroad,” April 4-5
Share After years of worrying about a criminal charge he incurred three years ago, city native Josh Sargent was given a second chance Tuesday afternoon. Sargent, who graduated from Western Carolina University in December,
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