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    City Council honors new Miss America’s Winston-Salem roots

City Council honors new Miss America’s Winston-Salem roots

Mayor Allen Joines and the Winston-Salem City Council honored Miss America, Nia lmani Franklin, for her local roots during their Monday night meeting. Her parents, James and Kristy Franklin, accepted

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    Black Church sends message to Trump White House

Black Church sends message to Trump White House

By Hazel Trice Edney and Hamil Harris, TriceEdneyWire.com WASHINGTON, D.C. — As America prepares to return to the polls for mid-term elections amidst racial tensions, continued economic inequities and a President

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    New W-S State license plates hit the road

New W-S State license plates hit the road

After 20 years, the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has unveiled a new look for WSSU’s plates that features the fierce new Ram logo. The plates were approved

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    Forsyth County Democratic Party will vote to fill East Ward City Council seat Oct. 7

Forsyth County Democratic Party will vote to fill East Ward City Council seat Oct. 7

The Forsyth County Democratic Party announced today, Sept. 20, when it will conduct the process of filling the East Ward City Council seat that will be vacated by Derwin Montgomery.

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