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Tiny Vikings to host its first Pop Warner bowl games

    Tiny Vikings to host its first Pop Warner bowl games

The Winston-Salem Tiny Vikings are counting down the weeks until “Clash of the Jr. Pee Wee and Pee Wee Invitational Bowl.” For the very first time, the Vikings, a member

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120 Years Later

    120 Years Later

WSSU kicking off yearlong slate of anniversary events tomorrow   Winston-Salem State University will embark tomorrow on a yearlong celebration of its 120th anniversary. From its origins in a one-room schoolhouse,

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Chamber members hear from candidates

    Chamber members hear from candidates

Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce members got up close and personal with candidates for the North Carolina House and Senate Tuesday during a luncheon at the Hawthorne Inn. The event adopted

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Tattoo artist opens downtown spot

    Tattoo artist opens downtown spot

Five years ago, Winston-Salem native Andre Phillips walked into Liberty Tattoo Company shop at 416 N Liberty St. and his life changed forever. “I did a painting and brought it

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Watt loses many Forsyth constituents

    Watt loses many Forsyth constituents

Forsyth County residents who thought they were being represented in Washington, D.C. by U.S. Rep. Mel Watt may get a

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St. Anne’s leader took unconventional path to pulpit

    St. Anne’s leader took unconventional path to pulpit

Since its inception in 1964, St. Anne’s Episcopal Church has been anything but traditional. Formed by members of three racially

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Prayer warriors gather for Womble

    Prayer warriors gather for Womble

State Rep. Larry Womble received an outpouring of support from friends, colleagues and well-wishers Tuesday evening, during a prayer rally

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9-11 ice cream social salutes local first-responders

    9-11 ice cream social salutes local first-responders

Students and staff at The Enrichment Center found a “sweet” way to honor local first responders on the 11th anniversary

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Martin will be remembered for school choice plan

    Martin will be remembered for school choice plan

After nearly two decades at the helm of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, Superintendent Don Martin announced last week that he plans

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Zane Speaks

    Zane Speaks

Fans of bestselling author Zane got a rare opportunity to come face-to-face with the reclusive erotica writer last week. More

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