Posts From Layla Garms

CEO promises ED search progress

    CEO promises ED search progress

YMCA of Northwest North Carolina CEO Curt Hazelbaker told Winston Lake Family YMCA members, staffers and volunteers Tuesday that a search for a new executive director for the branch may

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Sullivan: Diversity key to ending health disparities

Former U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. Louis Sullivan addressed health disparities during a visit to Winston-Salem State University last week. “We have a dichotomy in our country

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Honor for First Family of Tennis

    Honor for First Family of Tennis

Before Venus and Serena, there were the Archies, and here in the Twin City, the family was legendary. The late Charles and Ella Ruth’s nine-member brood were known for their

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Students take a stand with their bare feet

    Students take a stand with their bare feet

Students at Wake Forest University kicked off their shoes for a good cause on Tuesday. One Day Without Shoes Co-organizers Molly King and Sarah Kruyer encouraged fellow members of the

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Annual fair caters to homeless, veterans

    Annual fair caters to homeless, veterans

Hundreds flocked to the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum Annex last week, to take part in the 2013 Project Homeless

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Tuition disparity an obstacle for Hispanic students

    Tuition disparity an obstacle for Hispanic students

Winston-Salem resident Juan Ortega has called North Carolina home since he was a kindergartner, but in the eyes of the

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Building a Career

    Building a Career

Students learn about another post high school option As a boy, Mike Sears dreamed of being a construction worker. “I

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Locals hit the streets for National Walking Day

    Locals hit the streets for National Walking Day

City residents recently took to the streets, joining countless other communities nationwide in the quest for better health. In celebration

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Carver High testing single-gender classes

    Carver High testing  single-gender classes

It could be said that Daniel Piggott Jr.’s common core algebra class is a boys’ club, and that’s the way

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Dallas’ first black DA shares innovative approach to crime fighting

    Dallas’ first black DA shares innovative approach to crime fighting

Craig Wakins made history in 2006 when he became the first African American in Texas history to be elected as

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