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WS/FCS names new district leaders

    WS/FCS names new district leaders

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education approved two new district leaders at its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 15. Dr. Paula Wilkins has been named chief academic officer and Ms. Bridget Hayes is the new principal of North Forsyth High School.

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District moving forward with new Brunson Elementary at former Thomasville Furniture facility

    District moving forward with new Brunson Elementary at former Thomasville Furniture facility

Brunson Elementary will soon have a new home. During their meeting on Nov. 15, the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education voted to move forward with the project at the Patterson Avenue site. 

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Busta’s Person of the Week: From the streets of High Point to prison. Now Greg Commander is back in the streets with a new purpose.

    Busta’s Person of the Week: From the streets of High Point to prison. Now Greg Commander is back in the streets with a new purpose.

Busta’s Person of the Week: From the streets of High Point to prison. Now Greg Commander is back in the streets with a new purpose.

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The ascension of Hakeem Jeffries finally signals Democrats’ willingness to move on from the Old Guard

  The ascension of Hakeem Jeffries finally signals Democrats’ willingness to move on from the Old Guard

The ascension of Hakeem Jeffries finally signals Democrats’ willingness to move on from the Old Guard

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Will Gray of East Forsyth chooses UNC-Pembroke

  Will Gray of East Forsyth chooses UNC-Pembroke

East Forsyth guard Will Gray garnered a lot of attention last year with his play on the court, which included conference player of the year. Because of his stellar play, it warranted a lot of attention from the next level and after much deliberation, Gray has decided to attend the University of North Carolina at Pembroke to play basketball.

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Lady Mustangs claim Mary Garber title

  Lady Mustangs claim Mary Garber title

For the second time in three years, the Lady Mustangs captured a Mary Garber Championship. Parkland defeated Mt. Tabor 50 to 39 in the Atrium Health Wake Forest bracket of the 33rd annual Tip-off Classic.

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Chapel Hill’s men’s basketball team doesn’t look like No. 1

  Chapel Hill’s men’s basketball team doesn’t look like No. 1

Chapel Hill’s men’s basketball team doesn’t look like No. 1

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Commentary: The holiday season is here. Let’s try to find some joy and peace.

  Commentary: The holiday season is here. Let’s try to find some joy and peace.

Commentary: The holiday season is here. Let’s try to find some joy and peace.

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Business/nonprofit partnerships key in breaking transportation barriers

  Business/nonprofit partnerships key in breaking transportation barriers

Business/nonprofit partnerships key in breaking transportation barriers

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