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Black Panthers’ legacy honored with marker

    Black Panthers’ legacy  honored with marker

When the Winston-Salem Chapter of the Black Panther Party was founded 43 years ago, the city was a very different place. Party members who fought for better conditions, services and

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Bearden exhibit leads to wider community discussion

    Bearden exhibit leads to wider community discussion

Romare Bearden’s work depicting the epic story of Odysseus’ journey home are making a homecoming of their own. Reynolda House Museum of Modern Art is hosting the national opening of

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District Court contenders make their cases

    District Court contenders make their cases

Candidates for the only two contested Forsyth County District Court judgeships addressed a modest crowd of citizens and community leaders Tuesday evening, during a “Meet the Candidates” program hosted by

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Rec Center’s latest offering: GED classes

    Rec Center’s latest offering: GED classes

City native Dominique Adams made it all the way to his senior year at Carver High School, but said he was forced to drop out when his daughter, Destiney, was

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Farewell, Dr. Rodney

  Farewell, Dr. Rodney

Friends, Colleagues Give Retired Professor a Big Send-Off   Winston-Salem State University bid a fond farewell last week to Rev. Dr.

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Kids learn from the blindBlind

  Kids learn from the blindBlind

  Students in Cathy Peters’ kindergarten class at Sherwood Forest Elementary School got a crash course in blind awareness on

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Pastors nudge residents to polls

Local pastors are using their spiritual gifts and community influence to get out the vote. Dr. Sir Walter Mack Jr.,

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Motsinger: Fifth District voters want change

  Motsinger: Fifth District voters want change

Over the last eight years, U.S. Rep. Virginia Foxx has slaughtered a slew of Democrats who have challenged her for

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Center to probe minority youths’ disproportionate entanglements with justice system

  Center to probe minority youths’ disproportionate entanglements with justice system

Winston-Salem State University’s Center for Community Safety has been tapped to play an integral role in a statewide study that

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Ain’t No Party Like a Yellow Jackets Party

  Homecoming Pep Rally brings out school spirit   Yellow Jacket pride was in full effect Friday, as Carver High

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