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    King more than a dreamer, speaker says

King more than a dreamer, speaker says

As we celebrate the 89th birthday and federal holiday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we should remember the sacrifices he made to get us where we are today.

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    Rep. Adams blasts Trump over slur

Rep. Adams blasts Trump over slur

At least one North Carolina congressperson joined a plethora of critics expressing utter outrage over confirmed reports that President Donald Trump, in a meeting with Senate leaders last week, referred

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    Building a legacy one project at a time

Building a legacy one project at a time

Construction runs in the family for William Cockerham Jr. His grandfather, was the first African American business owner in segregated Davie County in 1959.

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GOVERNMENT
    Residents glad city taking over lots in Lake Park

Residents glad city taking over lots in Lake Park

Lake Park residents said they’re happy to see the City of Winston-Salem forgive a 1990 developer’s loan in exchange for acquiring 22 undeveloped lots in their subdivision.

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