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A&T grads to hear from Langford

    A&T grads to hear from Langford

Debra Langford, a longtime executive in the media and entertainment industry, will deliver North Carolina A&T State University’s Fall Commencement address. More than 700 Aggies will graduate at the Greensboro

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Graduates of recovery program see sunny days ahead

    Graduates of recovery  program see sunny days ahead

For many, Monday, Nov. 5 was just another Monday. For Tim LaClaire II, it was the best day of his life so far. The 25-year-old celebrated his completion of the

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Awards given at heart/stroke walk

    Awards given at heart/stroke walk

More than 4,500 Forsyth County residents took part in the American Heart Association’s 2012 Tanglewood Heart and Stroke Walk, on Saturday, Oct. 20. Sponsored by Wake Forest Baptist Health and

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‘Six Days’ Fest starts Tuesday

    ‘Six Days’ Fest starts Tuesday

More than 40 events will be held during the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County’s  Fifth Annual Six Days in November Festival, Tuesday, Nov. 13 – Sunday, Nov. 18.

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WFU Law professor elected to ALI

    WFU Law professor elected to ALI

Wake Forest University School of Law Professor Kami Chavis Simmons has been elected to the American Law Institute (ALI). ALI

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Voters of all political persuasions celebrate on election night

    Voters of all political persuasions celebrate on election night

The crowd leapt to its feet at the Millennium Center Tuesday night when Elisabeth Motsinger took to the stage. Motsinger,

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Eureka House living up to its name

    Eureka House living up to its name

Ten years ago, Josue Cruz was a different person. “I’ve had a whole lot of personal growth,” said Cruz, one

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Nonperishable Treats

    Nonperishable Treats

Salem students collect for food bank on Halloween   A group of Salem College students put a new spin on

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Atkins courts named for local tennis legend

    Atkins courts named for local tennis legend

When James Ewers convinced his father to get him tennis balls and a racket so  he could practice at the

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Hospital’s tree fetes organ donors

    Hospital’s tree fetes organ donors

This has been a devastating year for Rockwell resident Carol Cook. She buried her husband of 25 years and her

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