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MLK Prayer Breakfast returns to the Benton, hundreds attend to honor King’s legacy

    MLK Prayer Breakfast returns to the Benton, hundreds attend to honor King’s legacy

MLK Prayer Breakfast returns to the Benton, hundreds attend to honor King’s legacy

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Nia Franklin, Miss America 2019 and Winston-Salem native, returns home to close racial and gender gaps in classical music

    Nia Franklin, Miss America 2019 and Winston-Salem native, returns home to close racial and gender gaps in classical music

Nia Franklin joins with the Winston-Salem Symphony this weekend for performances that will feature some of the music she’s curated and composed. The music from the program ranges from classical to pop to gospel, including favorites from her 2021 self-titled E.P.  

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United Way partners with Carver High School for MLK Day of Service

    United Way partners with Carver High School for MLK Day of Service

In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his legacy of service and helping others, more than a dozen employees from United Way joined volunteers from local churches, students from Winston-Salem State University, current and former students, and facility and staff from Carver High School, for a Day of Service on Monday, Jan. 16, which was MLK Day this year

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April Ryan talks NC roots during visit to Forsyth Tech

  April Ryan talks NC roots during visit to Forsyth Tech

April Ryan talks NC roots during visit to Forsyth Tech

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Tragedy leads man to turn adversity into new career and launch successful business

  Busta’s Person of the Week: Tragedy leads man to turn adversity into new career and launch successful business

Busta’s Person of the Week: Tragedy leads man to turn adversity into new career and launch successful business

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Jeff MacIntosh will not seek reelection to Winston-Salem City Council

  Jeff MacIntosh will not seek reelection to Winston-Salem City Council

Jeff MacIntosh will not seek reelection to Winston-Salem City Council

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Lt. Little comes back to Carver to assist alma mater

  Lt. Little comes back to Carver to assist alma mater

Lieutenant Dwayne Little of the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Department is Carver High School to the core. Lt. Little has always been an advocate for his alma mater and now he is putting boots on the ground to make a tangible difference at the school as a volunteer assistant athletic director.

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Commentary: MLK Day of Service transforming unjust systems

  Commentary: MLK Day of Service transforming unjust systems

Commentary: MLK Day of Service transforming unjust systems

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Commentary: MLK Day reminds us of our past and keeps us hopeful for our future

  Commentary: MLK Day reminds us of our past and keeps us hopeful for our future

Commentary: MLK Day reminds us of our past and keeps us hopeful for our future

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