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Busta’s Person of the Week: This amazing realtor isn’t selling homes, she’s helping you to save yours

    Busta’s Person of the Week: This amazing realtor isn’t selling homes, she’s helping you to save yours

Busta’s Person of the Week: This amazing realtor isn’t selling homes, she’s helping you to save yours

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J. “Manny” Gomez promoted to captain of WSPD

    J. “Manny” Gomez promoted to captain of WSPD

Lieutenant J. “Manny” Gomez has been promoted to the rank of captain with the Winston-Salem Police Department. Gomez is the first Hispanic captain in the history of the WSPD.

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Senior project manager sought under new Choice Neighborhoods grant

    Senior project manager sought under new Choice Neighborhoods grant

Senior project manager sought under new Choice Neighborhoods grant

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10 black scholarship programs still open despite COVID-19

    10 black scholarship programs still open despite COVID-19

Every year, there are many programs that give away scholarships to thousands of African American and other minority students. In 2020, though, many of these programs have been cancelled and/or postponed because of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic. Here are 10 black scholarship programs that are still open.

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Nicole Blalock joins Old Salem as manager of human resources

    Nicole Blalock joins Old Salem as manager of human resources

Old Salem Museums & Gardens is pleased to announce that Nicole Blalock has joined Old Salem as manager of human resources.

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N.C. Association of Educators awards high school senior Allen Choyce with Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship

    N.C. Association of Educators awards high school senior  Allen Choyce with Martin  Luther King Jr. Scholarship

Ronald Reagan High School senior Allen Choyce is the recipient of a $1,200 Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship from the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE). Scholarships are given annually in honor of Dr. King’s legacy.

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Commentary: Restaurants do more than serve food, they build community

    Commentary: Restaurants do more than serve food, they build community

Commentary: Restaurants do more than serve food, they build community

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How to stay safe at church, family gatherings and businesses

    How to stay safe at church, family gatherings and businesses

How to stay safe at church, family gatherings and businesses

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Rams participate in Mask the City

    Rams participate in Mask the City

The Winston-Salem State University Department of Athletics participated in a different type of senior day when Rams coaches, executive staff, and administrative staff joined the City of Winston-Salem for Senior Day on May 12 to distribute Nightingale masks to residents who were 65 or older.

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

Statements regarding the death of Larry Womble

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