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Lexington native to be sworn in as Commander of 343rd Reconnaissance Squadron

    Lexington native to be sworn in as Commander of 343rd Reconnaissance Squadron

 On May 26, just a few days before Memorial Day, North Carolina native Lieutenant Colonel Dominic Gaskin will take command of the 343rd Reconnaissance Squadron. 

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St. Philips Moravian celebrates Freedom Day and 200th anniversary

    St. Philips Moravian celebrates Freedom Day and 200th anniversary

On May 21, 1865, over 800 enslaved people in the Village of Salem gathered at St. Philips to hear an announcement that would change their lives. On that day, General Orders No. 32 were read to the congregation which proclaimed that all enslaved people were free. 

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Old Salem exhibit honors Mel White’s research, history of Happy Hill

    Old Salem exhibit honors Mel White’s research, history of Happy Hill

The history of Happy Hill, the first African American neighborhood in present day Winston-Salem, dates back more than 150 years, and to honor that history Old Salem has opened an exhibit that includes rare photos, stories, interviews, current research and memories of Happy Hill titled “Selections from Across the Creek.”

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Busta’s Person of the Week: An online scam lured her into sex trafficking, but she broke free and is now helping others to heal

    Busta’s Person of the Week: An online scam lured her into sex trafficking, but she broke free  and is now helping others to heal

Busta’s Person of the Week: An online scam lured her into sex trafficking, but she broke free and is now helping others to heal

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West Forsyth finds their new leader for boys basketball

    West Forsyth finds their new leader for boys basketball

The West Forsyth Titans didn’t have to look far for their new boys basketball head coach. Former Atkins head coach Marlon Brim was introduced as the new head coach last week during a press conference.

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WSSU’s Rajah Caruth, 1 of 3 Black NASCAR series drivers, to race at Charlotte Motor Speedway May 27

    WSSU’s Rajah Caruth, 1 of 3 Black  NASCAR series drivers, to race at  Charlotte Motor Speedway May 27

Winston-Salem State University remains the first and only HBCU to have a motorsports management degree program. WSSU is now set to claim another monumental first. Sophomore Rajah Caruth will be the first professional driver in a NASCAR series to represent an HBCU.

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Saban puts his foot in his mouth

    Saban puts his foot in his mouth

Saban puts his foot in his mouth

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SummerLark fundraiser for Comprehensive Cancer Center to feature musician Aloe Blacc

    SummerLark fundraiser for Comprehensive Cancer Center to feature musician Aloe Blacc

SummerLark fundraiser for Comprehensive Cancer Center to feature musician Aloe Blacc

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Carver High School theatre arts students sponsor Black is Beautiful fashion show

    Carver High School theatre arts students sponsor Black is Beautiful fashion show

Twenty-five Carver High School students from Felecia Piggott-Long’s theatre arts classes and Austin Warner’s heath class participated in the “Black is Beautiful” fashion show on Thursday, May 12, in the school cafeteria.

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Atkins CDC is model for scaling up workforce housing

    Atkins CDC is model for scaling up workforce housing

Atkins CDC is model for scaling up workforce housing

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