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Donald Hampton named principal of new school

    Donald Hampton named principal of new school

Donald Hampton will be the first principal of Smith Farm Elementary School when it opens in August. He has been the principal of Middle Fork Elementary School since 2007 and

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Competition could land local entrepernuer thousands in start-up cash

    Competition could land local entrepernuer thousands in start-up cash

Each month, numerous people go to the Community and Business Development Department of the City of Winston-Salem seeking help in starting a business, including assistance with the often tedious business

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Officials making big investment in Herbalife

    Officials making big investment in Herbalife

Global nutrition giant Herbalife is slated to hire about 500 people over the next three years at the new manufacturing facility it is establishing in Winston-Salem. According to the company,

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WFU Law grad appointed judge

    WFU Law grad appointed judge

Gov. Bev Perdue has appointed Marvin K. Blount III to the Superior Court bench for the 3A Judicial District, which covers Pitt County.  Blount, who currently hears cases throughout the

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Bright Ideas grant for local teacher

  Bright Ideas grant for local teacher

A Forsyth County educator is among the winners of EnergyUnited’s Bright Ideas education grants. Mitzi Talbert, a teacher at Flat

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Blackwell elected head of academic officers group

  Blackwell elected head of academic officers group

Dr. Joyce Blackwell, senior associate provost of Bennett College, will serve as president of the Association of Chief Academic Officers

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NCCU grads get spirited send-off

  NCCU grads get spirited send-off

North Carolina Central University awarded about 600 bachelor’s, master’s and law degrees on the morning of Dec. 8 during a

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Retiring chief praised for improvements

Winston-Police Chief Scott Cunningham has announced that he plans to retire at the end of June 2013. Cunningham was sworn

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Film industry puts North Carolinians to work

  Film industry puts North Carolinians to work

This year has been another record-breaking one for North Carolina’s budding film industry. Year-end projections show productions had direct in-state

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Company’s holiday party doubles as toy drive

  Company’s holiday party doubles as toy drive

Guests donated toys for about 100 children during the recent Wharton Gladden & Company’s Fourth Annual Holiday Party and toy

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