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W-S faces lawsuit and discrimination claims over canceled concert

    W-S faces lawsuit and discrimination claims over canceled concert

A lawsuit has been filed against the City of Winston-Salem by a local promoter for their decision to cancel a concert that was scheduled to be held at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds later this month. Representatives from Starr Entertainment say the cancellation cost them nearly a quarter million dollars.

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Drumming program a big hit at local rec center

    Drumming program a big hit at local rec center

For a school-aged child, the summer months are a great time to acquire a new skill or hobby. Several young boys and girls at the W.R. Anderson Community Center’s summer camp have taken advantage of the drumming program directed by volunteer Abdul Muhammad.

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United Way, Habitat partner to offer appreticeships to Place Matters community

    United Way, Habitat partner to offer appreticeships to Place Matters community

United Way, Habitat partner to offer appreticeships to Place Matters community

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Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation applications for Systemic Change Strategy fall 2021 grant cycle due July 22

    Z. Smith Reynolds  Foundation applications for  Systemic Change Strategy fall 2021 grant cycle due July 22

The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (ZSR) is accepting applications for its State-Level Systemic Change Strategy fall 2021 grant cycle until 12 noon on July 22.

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Changing her community, one life at a time

  Changing her community, one life at a time

Changing her community, one life at a time

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Love Out Loud summer campers renovate homes for vets

  Love Out Loud summer campers renovate homes for vets

Love Out Loud summer campers renovate homes for vets

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Summer event hopes to help bring more peace to the city

  Summer event hopes to help bring more peace to the city

Darryl Gordon is tired of seeing all of the violence in the city of Winston-Salem. Using what he knows best, God and dance, Gordon is putting together a Dance and Peace Festival to be held on Aug. 14 from 1 to 5 p.m, in the field next to Hoopers Funeral Home, to help stop some of the violence in the city.

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‘Transit Talk’ brings conversation on gun violence to the people

  ‘Transit Talk’ brings conversation on gun violence to the people

‘Transit Talk’ brings conversation on gun violence to the people

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New park honors Nelson L. Malloy Jr.

  New park honors Nelson L. Malloy Jr.

Local elected officials made Nelson L. Malloy Jr. Park official last week when they came together for a ribbon cutting ceremony for the 4-acre park located on Bethabara Road. The park is named in honor of Nelson Malloy Jr., who served on the Winston-Salem City Council for 20 years.

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Busta’s Organization of the Week: Lit City sponsoring The Freedom School summer program

  Busta’s Organization of the Week: Lit City sponsoring The Freedom School summer program

Busta’s Organization of the Week: Lit City sponsoring The Freedom School summer program

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