Posts From Layla Garms

Thanksgiving has special meaning at soup kitchen

    Thanksgiving has special meaning at soup kitchen

The Thanksgiving season has been difficult for Winston-Salem resident Antonio Steele. Early last week, Steele, a native of New Haven, Conn., said it would be the first Thanksgiving he would

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Y leader headed to BBBS

    Y leader headed to BBBS

After five years at the helm of Winston Lake Family YMCA, Executive Director Shawan Gabriel is preparing to embark on a new career opportunity. Effective Dec. 17, Gabriel, a native

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Rodney remembered as community’s ‘moral compass’

    Rodney remembered as community’s ‘moral compass’

Friends and loved ones of Rev. Dr. Cedric Rodney gathered at Home Moravian Church in Old Salem on Tuesday to bid goodbye to the cherished mentor, community servant and teacher.

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Cloud Lifted: Womble focusing on recovery now that he will not face criminal charges

    Cloud Lifted: Womble focusing on recovery now that he will not face criminal charges

State Rep. Larry Womble has been absolved of all responsibility in the Dec. 2, 2011 car collision that changed his life forever, ending a months-long ordeal for the longtime community

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One to Watch

    One to Watch

UNCSA student taking the world by storm Twenty-one-year-old Allan Washington’s performing arts career is going places, quite literally. Washington, a

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Civil Rights icon says practice ‘aggressive patience’

    Civil Rights icon says practice ‘aggressive patience’

Hollis Watkins has been fighting for freedom for more than five decades. Watkins, the youngest of 12 children born to

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Turkeypalooza

    Turkeypalooza

Wake Forest opens its heart for Thanksgiving  Four hundred area residents were the beneficiaries of home cooked meals this Thanksgiving

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Eyewitness to History

    Eyewitness to History

When it comes to the integration of the University of Mississippi, Winston-Salem State University Professor Dr. Robert Herring III  is

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City issues call to employ vets

    City issues call to employ vets

For Sgt. Kevin Riley, joining the U.S. Army seven years ago felt more like a calling than a career choice.

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Half empty or half full: Local lawmakers pessimistic and optimistic about GOP gains in N.C.

    Half empty or half full: Local lawmakers pessimistic and optimistic about GOP gains in N.C.

The Republican Party further secured its stronghold on North Carolina after  last week’s election. When the General Assembly opens its

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