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    Accessible Festival offers services and fun

Accessible Festival offers services and fun

People with disabilities of all kinds danced, ate and had fun at the Accessible Festival held at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds’ Education Building on Friday, July 14. This year was an

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    Freedom project in legislative, money limbo

Freedom project in legislative, money limbo

Unless the $200,000 Gov. Cooper appropriated the state Freedom Monument project in his proposed, but rejected budget is replaced, the tribute to African-American contributions to North Carolina history may not

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    ‘Super dude’ ventures into coffee business

‘Super dude’ ventures into coffee business

Camden Myers is not your average 8-year-old boy. Although he enjoys playing with his siblings, going to the movies, and superhero action figures like other boys his age, Camden, who

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    County renews controversial healthcare provider for jail

County renews controversial healthcare provider for jail

Forsyth County commissioners renewed Correct Care Solutions LLC’s contract to provide health services for the Forsyth County Detention Center by a 5-2 vote in their Thursday, July 13 meeting. Correct

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