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    SHARE holds classes as it gets closer to opening co-op grocery store

SHARE holds classes as it gets closer to opening co-op grocery store

As SHARE Cooperative of Winston-Salem gets closer to its goal of opening a co-op grocery store at West Salem Shopping Center on Peters Creek Parkway, its already holding cooking classes

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    NAACP threatens lawsuits over charter school and voter ID

NAACP threatens lawsuits over charter school and voter ID

RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina civil rights leaders are threatening to sue the state over a recently passed law that allows mostly white communities near Charlotte to create their own

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    The business of unique

The business of unique

By Busta Brown The Business of the Month is Jewellery Unique Gifts and Accessories, 500 W 4th St. Taleona Mayfield and her husband, Kevin, own Jewellery Unique Gifts and Accessories

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GOVERNMENT
    County passes budget tied to voter-approved sales tax

County passes budget tied to voter-approved sales tax

The county commissioners unanimously passed a $426.3 million budget with no property tax increase last week with plans to put a quarter-cent county sales tax on the ballot in November.

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