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Former Hanes Lowrance campus touted as future community center

    Former Hanes Lowrance campus touted as future community center

In an attempt to transform the vacant property into a community center, Winston-Salem City Councilmember Barbara Hanes Burke has requested that the local school district gift the former campus of Hanes-Lowrance Middle School on Indiana Avenue to the city.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: A slight name change, a big life change: Part one of the story of Tammi Mac

    Busta’s Person of the Week: A slight name change, a big life change: Part one of the story of Tammi Mac

Busta’s Person of the Week: A slight name change, a big life change: Part one of the story of Tammi Mac

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Deacon Sports Xtra: Five questions with Ja’Sir Taylor

    Deacon Sports Xtra: Five questions with Ja’Sir Taylor

Deacon Sports Xtra: Five questions with Ja’Sir Taylor

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Three sisters open senior care franchise in Winston-Salem

    Three sisters open senior care franchise in Winston-Salem

Joanne Pizzuto and her two sisters recently opened Always Best Care, a senior care business in Winston-Salem. As North Carolina now ranks ninth in the country for the number of people over the age of 65, the sisters’ business comes at a time when this service is more essential than ever.

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3 steps to begin now for a less stressful holiday season

    3 steps to begin now for a less stressful holiday season

3 steps to begin now for a less stressful holiday season

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Check out these volunteer opportunities for seniors

    Check out these volunteer  opportunities for seniors

Check out these volunteer opportunities for seniors

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Piedmont Triad Regional Council’s Area Agency on Aging offers classes for older adults

    Piedmont Triad Regional  Council’s Area Agency on Aging offers classes for older adults

Piedmont Triad Regional Council’s Area Agency on Aging offers classes for older adults

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Attention writers: Call for entries

    Attention writers: Call for entries

Attention writers: Call for entries

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Read Write Spell names Esharan Monroe-Johnson as executive director

    Read Write Spell names  Esharan Monroe-Johnson as  executive director

Read Write Spell has named Esharan Monroe-Johnson as executive director. A not-for-profit organization based in Winston-Salem, Read Write Spell leverages the power of community volunteers to provide free, long-term, one-to-one reading instruction to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools students who struggle with literacy skills.

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Sigmas award two scholarships

    Sigmas award two scholarships

On Saturday, July 17, the Delta Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. scholarship committee, along with the Sigma Beta Club advisory committee, held a scholarship presentation for their recent Sigma Beta Club graduates. The scholarships, named in honor of distinguished service chapter member Darryl A. Prince, Sr., were presented at Grace Fellowship Church located at 4015 Brownsboro Road.

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