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Mother of the Year crowned at annual event

    Mother of the Year crowned at annual event

For the past 20 years, Anita “Boss Lady” Dean-Arnette of The Light (1340 AM and 103.5 FM), a local Christian radio station, has invited listeners to send in letters to nominate their mothers for the title of “Mother of the Year.” From humble beginnings in a conference room, the event has grown to become a much-anticipated annual tradition in the area.

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New TV show aligns with CSEM bedrock: Improving the re-entry of former offenders

    New TV show aligns with CSEM bedrock: Improving the re-entry of former offenders

By John Railey Winston-Salem State University’s Center for the Study of Economic Mobility (CSEM) has, since its inception almost four years ago, made research into economic mobility for released offenders

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TROSA expands to Triad, breaks ground in Forsyth County

    TROSA expands to Triad, breaks ground in Forsyth County

Last week Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers (TROSA), a Durham-based nonprofit residential recovery program, took a step closer to expanding services to the Triad when they broke ground for their new facility on Union Cross Road.

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CSEM-supported group underscores new mode of community mobilization

    CSEM-supported group underscores new mode of community mobilization

CSEM-supported group underscores new mode of community mobilization

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Smith Reynolds Airport receives $4.45 million CARES Act grant

  Smith Reynolds Airport receives $4.45 million CARES Act grant

Smith Reynold Airport has been awarded a $4.45 million CARES Act Recovery Assistance grant to help preserve and create hundreds of jobs and offset additional economic adversity caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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W-S native helps rescue two children from rip current at Kure Beach

  W-S native helps rescue two children from rip current at Kure Beach

W-S native helps rescue two children from rip current at Kure Beach

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Nonprofit seeks help for back to school event

  Nonprofit seeks help for back to school event

The Kyndall Project nonprofit is attempting to double up their efforts this summer due to COVID-19 canceling their annual backpack giveaway last year. Because restrictions are lifting, the nonprofit is moving full speed ahead with planning their largest giveaway to date. But they need help with supplies before Aug. 14, when they plan to hold the 6th annual Back to School Jam at Rupert Bell Park.

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Local nonprofits celebrate volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Week

  Local nonprofits celebrate volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Week

Local nonprofits celebrate volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Week

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Party bus and tours have new option in the city

  Party bus and tours have new option in the city

Party bus and tours have new option in the city

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16th Annual Piedmont Earth Day Fair goes virtual with FREE events and programs for all ages

  16th Annual Piedmont Earth Day Fair goes virtual with FREE events and programs for all ages

Everyone is invited to join Piedmont Environmental Alliance (PEA) for the 2021 Virtual Piedmont Earth Day Fair, April 19 – 23. The virtual festival is packed with family-friendly activities, educational events, demonstrations, artwork and more – all free to the public. Sign up today to learn more about the full line-up of programs by going to https://www.peanc.org/winston-salem-earth-day-fair.

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