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Study to explore if black, white cancer patients receiving equable care

    Study to explore if black, white cancer patients receiving equable care

A five-year national study now underway in Greensboro and Pittsburgh attempts to determine if technology and other tools can make sure that African-American breast and lung cancer patients receive the

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First black WFU student returning

    First black WFU student returning

In 1962, a Ghana native named Ed Reynolds became the first black full-time undergraduate student to attend Wake Forest University. On Friday, Sept. 21, Reynolds will come back to campus to

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Dudley president accepts White House invite

    Dudley president accepts White House invite

Ursula Dudley Oglesby, president of High Point-based Dudley Beauty Corp, LLC, was slated to join other private sector leaders from around the country for a meeting in the West Wing

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9-11 ice cream social salutes local first-responders

    9-11 ice cream social salutes local first-responders

Students and staff at The Enrichment Center found a “sweet” way to honor local first responders on the 11th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. The Enrichment Center, a United

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St. Anne’s leader took unconventional path to pulpit

    St. Anne’s leader took unconventional path to pulpit

Since its inception in 1964, St. Anne’s Episcopal Church has been anything but traditional. Formed by members of three racially

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Prayer warriors gather for Womble

    Prayer warriors gather for Womble

State Rep. Larry Womble received an outpouring of support from friends, colleagues and well-wishers Tuesday evening, during a prayer rally

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QEA leader opens new school

    QEA leader opens new  school

The man behind the success of Winston-Salem’s Quality Education Academy (QEA) is putting his weight behind  another charter school. The

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Zane Speaks

    Zane Speaks

Fans of bestselling author Zane got a rare opportunity to come face-to-face with the reclusive erotica writer last week. More

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FMC’s Angelou Center summit to look at women’s health issues

Beginning on Thursday, Sept. 27, the Maya Angelou Center for Women’s Health and Wellness at Forsyth Medical Center will hold

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Martin will be remembered for school choice plan

    Martin will be remembered for school choice plan

After nearly two decades at the helm of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, Superintendent Don Martin announced last week that he plans

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