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State Employees’ Credit Union awards grants

    State Employees’ Credit Union awards grants

State Employees Credit Union (SECU) Foundation is pleased to announce the third phase of its COVID-19 pandemic relief efforts, in which over $3 million in grants were awarded to 34 North Carolina non-profits to support their operational needs.

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Hairston discusses Plan C for school reopening in virtual town hall

    Hairston discusses Plan C for school reopening in virtual town hall

In less than two weeks students will return to their virtual classrooms for the start of the 2020 school year. To help shed some light on what learning will look like here in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County, last week Superintendent Angela Hairston participated in a virtual town hall where she discussed ‘Plan C’ and answered questions from the community.

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Nonprofit renovates housing for homeless

    Nonprofit renovates housing for homeless

As affordable housing around the county continues to dwindle, it is becoming more difficult to find than in years past. To help combat this issue, City with Dwellings (CWD), in collaboration with other nonprofits, have begun renovating housing in the city for homeless individuals at high risk for COVID-19.

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Attention on Black-owned businesses gaining momentum

  Attention on Black-owned businesses gaining momentum

Blackonomics, created by Jasmine Stover, is one of the creative ways people have brought more attention to Black-owned businesses. Blackonomics is a gathering of Black-owned businesses created to allow the community to shop and for the business owners to get their products seen. Stover will hold another Blackonomics event on Aug. 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m, in the field next to Hooper Funeral home, located at 1415 14 St. NE.

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Busta’s person of the Week: Say hello to the phenomenal Magalie Yacinthe

  Busta’s person of the Week: Say hello to the phenomenal Magalie Yacinthe

Busta’s person of the Week: Say hello to the phenomenal Magalie Yacinthe

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Rams’ Ross receives unexpected job opportunity on the golf course

  Rams’ Ross receives unexpected job opportunity on  the golf course

Rams’ Ross receives unexpected job opportunity on the golf course

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Benzinger looks to provide versatility as swing tackle to Arizona Cardinals

  Benzinger looks to provide versatility as swing tackle to Arizona Cardinals

Benzinger looks to provide versatility as swing tackle to Arizona Cardinals

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WNBA players’ stance needs more attention

  WNBA players’ stance needs more attention

WNBA players’ stance needs more attention

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Letters to the Editor

  Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

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