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Youth activist pushes to make city a better place

    Youth activist pushes to make city a better place

At just 24 years of age, Frankie Gist has already left a positive mark on the city of Winston-Salem and according to him, he is just getting started.

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Superintendent makes proposal for reopening schools

    Superintendent makes proposal for  reopening schools

Earlier this week Superintendent Dr. Angela P. Hairston provided more information on what schools could look like at the start of the 2020-21 school year.

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Gov. Cooper vetoes Senate Bill 168

    Gov. Cooper vetoes Senate Bill 168

Earlier this week Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a controversial bill that included language that would have limited access to death records of those who die while in police custody.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: From Madison, N.C. to the Mandela mansion in South Africa: Part 2

  Busta’s Person of the Week: From Madison, N.C. to the Mandela mansion in South Africa: Part 2

Busta’s Person of the Week: From Madison, N.C. to the Mandela mansion in South Africa: Part 2

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Drive-thru awards ceremony honors SilverArts medal winners

  Drive-thru awards ceremony honors SilverArts medal winners

COVID-19 has put a halt on most events, but it couldn’t stop the staff of Recreation and Parks from holding a SilverArts awards ceremony in a most creative way.

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Want to be a pen pal?

  Want to be a pen pal?

Want to be a pen pal?

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Kamara and Deacons ‘ready to go’ when season begins

  Kamara and Deacons ‘ready to go’ when season begins

Kamara and Deacons ‘ready to go’ when season begins

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Cam Newton signs with Patriots

  Cam Newton signs with  Patriots

It happened a lot later than I expected it to, but Cam Newton has finally signed with an NFL team. The Patriots, which is the most stable franchise in the league, took a chance on Newton and he looks to be the starter from day one.

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Local church raises Black Lives Matter banner

  Local church raises Black Lives Matter banner

To show solidarity with the movement, St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, which has a predominately white congregation, raised their second BLM banner at the church last Thursday, July 2.

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