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Local woman organizes network to help bring resources to local tent cities

    Local woman organizes network to help bring resources to  local tent cities

While scrolling through her Facebook newsfeed a few weeks ago, Arnita Miles came across a video that showed a homeless tent city that had formed on Akron Drive and the hazardous conditions the people were living in. “When I saw the conditions out there, I knew I had to do something to help,” Miles said. And that’s exactly what she did.

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Honorary street sign unveiled recognizing Black men who integrated the local fire department

    Honorary street sign unveiled recognizing Black men who  integrated the local fire department

Honorary street sign unveiled recognizing Black men who integrated the local fire department

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Statesville man racially profiled at Belk’s department store

    Statesville man racially profiled at Belk’s department store

Ashley Stovall’s plan was to quickly stop by Belk’s department store in Statesville to pick up a pair of blue jeans, but instead he was racially profiled by an employee. Instead of outwardly expressing his anger and becoming defiant, he chose to use this as a teachable moment that he shared online for all to see. Now, the classy demeanor he displayed in the face of racism is showing others there is a better way to handle situations dealing with ignorance.

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Busta’s Family of the Week: The inspiring relationship between a mother and a son

    Busta’s Family of the Week: The inspiring relationship  between a mother and a son

Busta’s Family of the Week: The inspiring relationship between a mother and a son

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United Way seeks to make impact on city with strategic initiative

  United Way seeks to make  impact on city with strategic initiative

United Way seeks to make impact on city with new initiative

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Sheriff Kimbrough, FCSO hold quarterly community forum

  Sheriff Kimbrough, FCSO hold quarterly community forum

Sheriff Kimbrough, FCSO hold quarterly community forum

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W-S considering alternative response models for law enforcement

  W-S considering alternative response models for law enforcement

The City of Winston-Salem is considering adopting an alternative response model to address 911 calls that involve individuals dealing with mental health issues.

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Freezing rain doesn’t stop local nonprofit from giving back to community

  Freezing rain doesn’t stop local nonprofit from giving back to community

Frigid temperatures and freezing rain couldn’t stop Barbara Robinson from helping those in need. Through her nonprofit, What’s Beneath the Uniform (WBU), Robinson fed over 125 people in the downtown area of Winston-Salem.

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Changes in court in response to pandemic will affect Hall of Justice accessibility

  Changes in court in response to pandemic will affect Hall of  Justice accessibility

Changes in court in response to pandemic will affect Hall of Justice accessibility

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Crystal Towers saga continues while fate of 200 residents remain in limbo

  Crystal Towers saga continues while fate of 200 residents remain in limbo

Crystal Towers saga continues while fate of 200 residents remain in limbo

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