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A traffic-friendly Rock the Block

    A traffic-friendly Rock the Block

Rock the Block, the city’s annual end-of-summer downtown street festival coming Sept. 21 -22, is evolving this year into Rock the Block Remix. The “remix” retains Rock the Block’s original

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Universal-free school breakfast eliminates stigma for poor students

    Universal-free school breakfast eliminates stigma for poor students

A study by two UNCG professors has found evidence that giving all kids access to free breakfast at school, rather than qualifying kids based on income, decreases the stigma for

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Sheetz to create 254 N.C. jobs

    Sheetz to create 254 N.C. jobs

The popular convenience store/gas station chain Sheetz Inc., announced last week that it will establish a distribution and food manufacturing facility in Burlington. The facility is expected to create 254

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CIAA gives kudos to Rams

    CIAA gives kudos to Rams

The CIAA has handed out honors to Winston-Salem State University’s Kameron Smith (CIAA Offensive Back of the Week), Jameze Massey (Wide Receiver of the Week) and Connell Maynor (Head Coach

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Hometown champ to take on fighting beast from Guyana

    Hometown champ to take on fighting beast from Guyana

“The Trilogy” is being billed as a first-of-its-kind pro female boxing showcase. Slated for Saturday, Sept. 15 at 8 p.m.

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Chebii wins Catawba Invitational

    Chebii wins Catawba Invitational

The Winston-Salem State University Rams and Lady Rams cross country teams got the 2012 season underway in style with some

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WSSU students win freedom of speech competition

    WSSU students win freedom of speech competition

Winston-Salem State University’s Breanna Holmes and Iveon Sprangle won first place in the radio category of the 2012 Freedom of

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RNC Fails the Diversity Test

    RNC Fails the Diversity Test

If a picture is worth a thousand words, moving pictures are worth a million. The hard numbers confirm that the

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Preaching giant to hold book-signing

    Preaching giant to hold book-signing

Former United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church pastor Rev. James Ballard will sign copies of his new book, “They, Two, Became

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Benefit concert to support burn victims

    Benefit concert to  support burn victims

The 13th Annual Band Aid for Burn Survivors concert will be held on Thursday, Sept. 13 at The Garage, 110

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