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Volunteers needed for homeless count

    Volunteers needed for homeless count

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Homeless Council is looking for volunteers to help conduct its Homeless Point-in-Time Count. A U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development requirement for agencies that receive HUD

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A new season of youth rec ball starts

    A new season of youth rec ball starts

It was an action-packed week for the Hanes Hosiery Community Center youth basketball league. In the 11-15 age bracket, the Bulls beat the Celtics 36-28. Caleb Burgess poured in 21

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Parents not heeding flu warnings

    Parents not heeding flu warnings

This year’s flu season is in full swing, with 41 states now reporting widespread illness. Unfortunately, not enough children are getting the flu shot even though health officials recommend that

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Playhouse to stage “Fences”

    Playhouse to stage “Fences”

In Honor of Black History Month, the Stained Glass Playhouse presents August Wilson’s “Fences.” The play, which won a Pulitzer and Tony Award for Best Play in 1987, centers around

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Kimberley using program to help students deal with anger, other emotions

    Kimberley using program to help  students deal with anger, other emotions

Kimberley Park Elementary is among the local schools using Karen Cuthrell’s “The Feeling Friends” program to teach students how to

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Public Library offering free music downloads by popular artists

    Public Library offering free music downloads  by popular artists

Local residents can download up to three free songs a week with their Forsyth County Public Library card. The downloads

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Gaining Christ is Joy

    Gaining Christ is Joy

Devotional Reading: Ephesians 2: 1-10 Lesson Scripture: Philippians 3: 1-11 Lesson Aims: To recognize the futility of worldly success; to

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New name, direction for Christian School

First Assembly Christian School has changed its name to Winston Salem Christian School (WSCS), a move officials say better reflects

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Is MLK Day a Time for Celebration?

This coming Monday, and the days leading up to the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, will be routine. Men,

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Chew joins Reynolda House

    Chew joins Reynolda House

Reynolda House Museum of American Art has named Elizabeth Chew as the museum’s Betsy Main Babcock Director of the Curatorial and

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