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Lunch Sparked Two Decades of Racial Solidarity

    Lunch Sparked Two Decades of Racial Solidarity

It started with lunch. A simple conversation among colleagues over an afternoon meal. But what resulted was anything but simple. Under the careful leadership of Stephen McCutchan, Sam Stevenson and

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Healthy Stress Management

Wake Forest School of Medicine: Stress is difficult to define because every person has different life experiences which can lead to stress and every person has different ways of dealing

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Mudpies Adding to Goler Depot

    Mudpies Adding to Goler Depot

After more than four years of planning and preparation, Northwest Child Development Centers broke ground on its newest facility, Mudpies Downtown East, on Dec. 12. The $3.4 million state-of-the-art facility

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Report: NC’s child poverty rate among nation’s highest

    Report: NC’s child poverty rate among nation’s highest

According to a new report, the recession is continuing to take a heavy toll on children and families in North Carolina. [pullquote]This report shows that North Carolina’s children continue to

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Special Delivery Comes right on time for Salvation Army

    Special Delivery Comes right on time for Salvation Army

Christmas came a little early for the Salvation Army of Winston-Salem. [pullquote]it’s better to give than to receive[/pullquote]The agency, which

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Support for kettle campaign lagging

The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign is falling short of its Triad goal of $900,000, officials said last week. Traditionally,

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Aggie Bowlers Getting National Attention

    Aggie Bowlers Getting National Attention

[pullquote]I’m proud of the team’s hard work thus far for this season. All season[/pullquote]The North Carolina A&T bowling team picked

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America’s First Couple welcomes Shiloh’s First Couple

    America’s First Couple welcomes Shiloh’s First Couple

Rev. Paul Lowe Jr., pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church, and his wife, LaGail, pose in the White House in front

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Teams play hard for Lash title

    Teams play hard for Lash title

West Forsyth rallied in the fourth quarter to turn back Parkland’s upset bid in the opening round of the Lash-Chronicle

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Rams will have to make history another day

Devout Winston-Salem State football fans are very likely still feeling the nagging numbness of last weekend’s 35-7 loss to Valdosta

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