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Agency’s ‘Big’ day designed to draw volunteers

    Agency’s ‘Big’ day designed to draw volunteers

Twenty local boys and girls briefly experienced what it’s like to be a Little Brother or Little Sister last Friday. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Forsyth County’s annual Big for

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Judge says threats won’t change her connection to the community

    Judge says threats won’t change her connection to the community

Judge Denise Hartsfield said she doesn’t plan to cut back her jam-packed schedule of public appearances or pull her home telephone number from local directories in the wake of the

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Jack and Jill’s new members

    Jack and Jill’s new members

The Winston-Salem Chapter of Jack and Jill of America recently inducted seven new members.  Stephanie Boyd-Grady, Kimberly Davis, Cynthia Durham, Tonisha Gladman, Karen Gordan-Mason, Cynthia Miller and Winnie Reaves are

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A Touch of Glamour

    A Touch of Glamour

Kids attend ball all of their own  Macayla Butler might only be nine years old, but she’s no stranger to galas. The rising fourth grader and her younger sister Madison

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Boys targeted in effort to reduce teenage pregnancy

  Boys targeted in effort to reduce teenage pregnancy

Family Blueprints of North Carolina is seeking to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty and teen pregnancy by training young

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Police using nontraditional cars

  Police using nontraditional cars

  Drivers could be stopped by blue light-bearing Dodge Chargers     White car, blue and red stripes, light bar… right?

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Council members dissent, break silence

  Council members dissent, break silence

Montgomery, Taylor believe colleagues should have supported new trial for Smith Winston-Salem’s two youngest City Council members are not pleased

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Entering to Learn /Freshmen move in at WSSU 

  Entering to Learn /Freshmen move in at WSSU 

Freshmen moved onto the Winston-Salem State University campus Saturday. With more than 700 students in the freshman class, move-in day

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Blind kids gain keys to independence at unique camp

  Blind kids gain keys to independence at unique camp

  Last month, blind and visually-impaired young people learned key survival skills in a newly-built school house designed especially for

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Black turnout could make or break Obama

  Black turnout could make or break Obama

Black voters turned out like never before in 2008 to help elect the nation’s first African American president. Here, in

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