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N.C. prisons running out of people willing to be vaccinated

    N.C. prisons running out of people willing to be vaccinated

N.C. prisons running out of people willing to be vaccinated

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A Step Forward

    A Step Forward

On Tuesday, April 20, the jury in the Derek Chauvin trial found him guilty on all three counts. While the verdict may look like justice, it’s fair to say that real justice would have spared George Floyd’s life. The guilty verdict is more representative of accountability.

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Local nonprofits celebrate volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Week

    Local nonprofits celebrate volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Week

Local nonprofits celebrate volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Week

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QEA partnering with Bee Geek, Inc. to launch Pharaoh IT Academy

  QEA partnering with Bee Geek, Inc. to launch Pharaoh IT Academy

QEA partnering with Bee Geek, Inc. to launch Pharaoh IT Academy

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City Council apologizes, approves resolution for reparations commission

  City Council apologizes, approves resolution for reparations commission

The Winston-Salem City Council has approved a resolution calling for federal and state action to establish a commission to study the issue of reparations for Black citizens and apologizing for the city’s participation in urban renewal programs.

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Party bus and tours have new option in the city

  Party bus and tours have new option in the city

Party bus and tours have new option in the city

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Busta’s Business of the Month: Elite Skincare owner: ‘I wanted to create a safe product for my baby and yours.’

  Busta’s Business of the Month: Elite Skincare owner: ‘I wanted to create a safe product for my baby and yours.’

Busta’s Business of the Month: Elite Skincare owner: ‘I wanted to create a safe product for my baby and yours.’

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Furies multi-sport athlete headed to the next level

  Furies multi-sport athlete headed to the next level

Forsyth Country Day School is sending yet another athlete to the next level to further his education and fulfill his dream of playing college sports. Jay Mitchell will be heading to Converse College in the fall to play basketball and track and field.

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Criticism of Justin Fields is nothing new for Black quarterbacks

  Criticism of Justin Fields is nothing new for Black quarterbacks

Criticism of Justin Fields is nothing new for Black quarterbacks

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