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Panel addresses domestic violence among blacks

    Panel addresses domestic violence among blacks

A panel discussion – sponsored by Family Services and Winston-Salem State University – tackled domestic violence in the black community on Oct. 30 on the WSSU campus. During the discussion,

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Road to re-election littered with setbacks

    Road to re-election littered with setbacks

Adams fought through Lupus diagnosis and the death of sibling When local news stations reported that the people of the North Ward had selected City Council member Denise “DD” Adams

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Election Night 2013 offers no surprises

    Election Night 2013 offers no surprises

Election night went off without a hitch for City Council incumbents. Across the board, Twin City residents favored veterans over newcomers, reelecting every incumbent on the ballot for another term

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Fashion Foward (and Reverse)

    Fashion Foward (and Reverse)

Meka Harrell is hoping to become a “driving force” in local women and children’s fashion. The Baltimore native is the

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Newly-resurrected team holds first alumni game

    Newly-resurrected team holds first alumni game

When Hickory native John Markley joined the Winston-Salem State University’s baseball team in 2010, all bets were off. “That first

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Help Around the House

    Help Around the House

County leaders rolled up their sleeves recently and pitched in to help a local senior in need. County Manager J.

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WFU hosts tomorrow’s lawyers

    WFU hosts tomorrow’s lawyers

(Pictured Above: Charlotte School of Law’s Victoria Owens (left) and Z’a Williams) City native Vondell Davis believes in planning ahead.

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Taylor, Leight look to retain seats

    Taylor, Leight look to retain seats

Democratic City Council members Molly Leight and James Taylor say they are optimistic about their chances for reelection. Taylor, who

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Seeing Things More Clearly

    Seeing Things More Clearly

Blind volunteers provide students with enlightening experience Modern advocates for the blind visited Salem Academy and College Oct. 16, nearly

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