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Gateway Nature Preserve Community Day on Sunday offers activities for both kids and adults

By Cornelia W. Barr The Gateway Nature Preserve is a 19-acre urban nature preserve next to Washington Park, dedicated to connecting people with nature. Straddling Salem Greenway, the preserve’s forest, open

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Local nonprofit provides furnishings for formerly homeless families

    Local nonprofit provides furnishings for formerly homeless families

An organization here in Winston-Salem has made it their mission to help the formerly homeless transitioning to independent living, get the everyday essentials that can help transform a house into a home. 

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Rally calls for community, elected officials to join fight against gun violence

    Rally calls for community, elected officials to join fight against gun violence

The Women’s Gun Violence Prevention Coalition is calling for all hands on deck in the fight against senseless gun violence. During the “Our Opportunity to Love Rally” held last weekend, members of the coalition and several other local organizations made a clarion call to the public, community leaders, and elected officials to do their part to stop the violence. 

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Busta’s Person of the Week: WXII’S 12 News Talitha Vickers talks about her children’s book, Dr. Maya Angelou, and more.

  Busta’s Person of the Week: WXII’S 12 News Talitha Vickers talks about her children’s book, Dr. Maya Angelou, and more.

Busta’s Person of the Week: WXII’S 12 News Talitha Vickers talks about her children’s book, Dr. Maya Angelou, and more.

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Calling all writers to accept the challenge

  Calling all writers to accept the challenge

Among the many other national days of awareness and celebration, November is also National Novel Writing Month or Nanowrimo for short. It is the month where writers take up the challenge to write the first draft of their book in a 30-day timeframe. The goal is to write at least 50,000 words in a month, which roughly breaks down to 1,667 words per day.

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Fred Adams II to serve as district court judge

  Fred Adams II to serve as district court judge

Earlier this month Gov. Roy Cooper appointed attorney Frederick B. Adams II to serve as a district court judge here in Forsyth County. The appointment by Gov. Cooper will fill the vacant seat left by Judge Lisa Menefee, who retired earlier this year.

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Jeremiah Scales: A new addition to the Wolfpack

  Jeremiah Scales: A new addition to the Wolfpack

The Walkertown Wolfpack finished last season with a record of 4-7 in Richard Daniels’ first season as head coach. Daniels is hoping for more success this year and with a full off-season and the addition of guard Jeremiah Scales, that goal is within their grasp.

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Gruden fired, but the problem still remains

  Gruden fired, but the problem still remains

Gruden fired, but the problem still remains

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Local sorority holds mobile mammogram testing for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

  Local sorority holds mobile mammogram testing for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, has been serving the Winston-Salem community for 97 years. What better way to serve our community during Breast Cancer Awareness Month than to bring state of the art 3D digital mammography with an expert team of technologists to the African American community.

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