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First Reliance Bank welcomes Misty Keller

    First Reliance Bank welcomes Misty Keller

Misty Keller has joined First Reliance Bank as a new Universal Banker in Winston-Salem. In her new role, she will be responsible for conducting customer transactions, sales and servicing of all the bank’s products and services.

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Jewelry designer and photographer team up for Arts Council exhibition 

    Jewelry designer and photographer team up for Arts Council exhibition 

Collaborative work by Jasmine Huff and Nannette Davis in Arboreal Gallery Winston-Salem artists Jasmine Huff, photographer, and Nannette Davis, jewelry designer, have teamed up for a joint exhibition in the

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Liberty Street Market is revived

    Liberty Street Market is revived

The City of Winston-Salem is looking to pump new life into the Liberty Street Farmers Market. The market officially opened in 2014 but hasn’t been open consistently since 2016, until now. Last week the Urban Food Advisory Council held a grand re-opening for the market located in the heart of a food desert.

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Little bosses, big business

    Little bosses, big business

What are kids doing while out of school this summer? Video games? Endless social media interaction? Maybe for some kids, but there’s a group of kids who are busy being CEOs of their own companies. And they showcased their talents and products on Saturday, Aug. 9, at a youth vendor fair hosted by Pop Events Studio.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: From losing nearly everything to becoming the ‘Queen of Collard Greens’

  Busta’s Person of the Week: From losing nearly everything to becoming the ‘Queen of Collard Greens’

Busta’s Person of the Week: From losing nearly everything to becoming the ‘Queen of Collard Greens’

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Attention on Black-owned businesses gaining momentum

  Attention on Black-owned businesses gaining momentum

Blackonomics, created by Jasmine Stover, is one of the creative ways people have brought more attention to Black-owned businesses. Blackonomics is a gathering of Black-owned businesses created to allow the community to shop and for the business owners to get their products seen. Stover will hold another Blackonomics event on Aug. 8 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m, in the field next to Hooper Funeral home, located at 1415 14 St. NE.

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HBCU grad launches publication for growing entrepreneurs

  HBCU grad launches publication for growing entrepreneurs

Meet Ashley Little, founder and editor-in-chief of “Creating Your Seat At The Table International Magazine,” an online and print magazine for the growing entrepreneur.

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Black Business Market in East Winston continues to grow

  Black Business Market in East Winston continues to grow

Over the past few months, there has been a big push for Black people to patronize more Black-owned businesses. The movement has grown nationally through social media and word of mouth. Not to be left out, a group of business owners from Winston-Salem decided to jump on the bandwagon and organize their own Black Business Market in East Winston.

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Local company celebrates anniversary by giving back

  Local company celebrates  anniversary by giving back

2020 marks the 70th anniversary for Cannon & Company (C&C), a local accounting firm, and they had big plans to celebrate the occasion. But due to the growing pandemic of COVID-19, their plans shifted from celebration to community outreach.

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SECU supports the African-American Credit Union Coalition with $125,000 donation

  SECU supports the African-American Credit Union  Coalition with $125,000 donation

State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) is pleased to announce a donation of $125,000 to the African-American Credit Union Coalition (AACUC).

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