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United Way of Forsyth County and The W-S Foundation on the COVID-19 Response Fund

    United Way of Forsyth County and The W-S Foundation on the COVID-19 Response Fund

On March 18, officials from United Way Forsyth County, The Winston Salem Foundation, the City of Winston-Salem, Forsyth County and Community Organizations Active in Disaster announced the formation of COVID-19

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Local nonprofits adapting to provide services without senior volunteers

    Local nonprofits adapting to provide  services without senior volunteers

By Judie Holcomb-Pack Before the COVID-19 crisis, any time you walked into an art gallery, hospital, community service agency, library, or other organization, you would see older adults working –

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Long’s final shot at freedom

    Long’s final shot at freedom

Ronnie Long, the N.C. man who was sentenced to 80 years in prison for a crime he said he didn’t commit, will have one final shot at freedom. Earlier this

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Michael Banner looks to unseat Scippio

    Michael Banner looks to unseat Scippio

Earlier this month, incumbent Annette Scippio won the Democratic bid for East Ward on the Winston-Salem City Council. For as long as I can remember, the race for the East

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Busta’s Person of the Week: His dark past in prison is behind him, John Baxter’s future is bright

    Busta’s Person of the Week: His dark past in prison is behind him, John Baxter’s future is bright

By Busta Brown “My mother baked cakes at C&W. She worked hard, long hours, and didn’t make much money. But she kept working and never complained. My mother was a

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Defendants in the murder of Nathaniel Jones get chance at freedom after witness recants testimony

    Defendants in the murder of Nathaniel Jones get chance at freedom after witness recants testimony

Less than a week after North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission recommended a new trial for the five men convicted in 2002 killing of Nathaniel Jones, NBA Superstar Chris Paul’s grandfather,

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How just an hour changed my attitude about ‘virtual church’

    How just an hour changed my attitude about ‘virtual church’

By Judie Holcomb-Pack When the coronavirus stories first started getting notice, I admit that one area I didn’t think about

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Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. & Top Teens of America host a magical event

    Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. & Top Teens of America host a magical event

Winston-Salem Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. and Top Teens of America presented an Evening of Elegance Scholarship Gala

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Local women work to unite local sewers to make medical masks

    Local women work to unite local sewers to make medical masks

600-plus masks requested by local medical facilities Melissa Vickers, Katie Sonnen Lee and Marissa Joyce were three friends united with

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