Posts From Layla Garms

New Century, Same Cause

    New Century, Same Cause

Marchers stand for voting rights Local residents took a page from the 1960s Sunday, taking to downtown streets for a silent march to protest measures being considered by the state

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Members left in limbo by Y leaders

    Members left in limbo by Y leaders

Three months after Executive Director Shawan Gabriel left the Winston Lake Family YMCA to take his current post as CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters, the branch is still without

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Setting the Scene

    Setting the Scene

WFU alum is major movie player Wake Forest University alumnus Curt Beech returned to his alma mater earlier this week to talk with current students about his career as a

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Johnson planning for return to City Council

    Johnson planning for return to City Council

In a Democratic Primary shocker, Joycelyn Johnson lost her City Council seat four years ago to Derwin Montgomery, who was then a senior at Winston-Salem State University. Johnson, who served

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Baptist leaders: push through immigration reform

    Baptist leaders: push through immigration reform

A group of North Carolina ministers gathered on the steps of First Baptist Church on Highland Avenue Tuesday to demand

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Council to weigh money saving ideas

    Council  to weigh money saving ideas

The City Council is considering a list of recommendations made by the Citizens’ Organizational Efficiency Review Committee (COERC) to increase

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New superintendent brings some baggage

    New superintendent brings some baggage

By the time Dr. Beverly Emory takes office as Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ new superintendent in July, she will likely already

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Clean-Up Crew

    Clean-Up Crew

Volunteers help tidy city Volunteers came out in force in support of the Great American Cleanup effort in Winston-Salem on

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Daylong symposium tackles future of diversity

    Daylong symposium tackles future of diversity

Wake Forest University continued its ongoing discussion on diversity and inclusion on March 19 during a daylong symposium at Wake

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Loved ones vow to continue Cuthrell’s fight

    Loved ones vow to continue Cuthrell’s fight

City native Tamla “Tammie” Cuthrell built her life on serving others. Whether it was her family, friends or her clients

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