Posts From Layla Garms

Belafonte to Students: Get Radical

    Belafonte to Students: Get Radical

For more than five decades, Harry Belafonte has made his voice heard, first as a hit musician who dominated the charts with popular tunes such as the “Banana Boat Song”

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Content of Character

    Content of Character

Perkins vying for win in nontraditional pageant Kelli Perkins is on a mission to inspire our nation to broaden its standard of beauty. Perkins, the assistant director of high school

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Drug court offers young defendants a fresh start

    Drug court offers young defendants a fresh start

Juvenile offenders who are battling drug problems have a new opportunity to make a fresh start in life, thanks to the emergence of Forsyth County’s Reclaiming Futures Juvenile Drug Court.

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Luck may have run out for sweepstakes

    Luck may have run out for sweepstakes

  City native George Brown opened the doors of his business, Liberty Corridor Sweepstakes, four months ago. Now Brown, a R.J. Reynolds retiree, is facing the very real possibility that he

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Local Dems host their own ball

    Local Dems host their own ball

The Forsyth County Democratic Party closed Inauguration Day in style with a festive celebration Monday night. Dozens  flocked to the Millennium Center downtown to take

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Why the dip in cancer screenings?

    Why the dip in  cancer screenings?

Local authorities offer some ideas Despite widespread awareness about the importance of cancer screenings, Americans aren’t taking advantage of tests

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An International Effort

    An International Effort

Parkland students helping kids in Ghana Children in the tiny village of Nsumesama, Ghana will soon be heading to school

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Carver pins hopes on former NFL star

    Carver pins hopes on former NFL star

City native and former NFL baller Germane Crowell is the newest head football coach at Carver High School. Crowell, who

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D.C.- Bound

    D.C.- Bound

Twin City residents excited about taking in inauguration Winston-Salem will be well-represented at next week’s presidential inaugural ceremonies in Washington,

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Churches feed North Hills students and their families

    Churches feed North Hills students and their families

Dozens of North Hills Elementary students left school with a little something extra in their book bags Friday. The school

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