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Juneteenth Festival celebrates freedom

    Juneteenth Festival celebrates freedom

Last weekend, communities across the country came together to celebrate Juneteenth, or Freedom Day.

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New math program headed to Carver

    New math program headed to Carver

Carver High School is looking to adopt a new educational model that uses technology to accelerate learning.

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Police seek help in Morgan cold case

    Police seek help in Morgan cold case

The Winston-Salem Police Department has released a video asking for help to solve the murder of 19-year-old LaDawn Morgan.

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Board defers new Ashley school

    Board defers new Ashley school

Fight for new building before 2024 continues With a number of #ActionForAshley supporters in attendance, board members voted earlier this week to move forward with a schematic plan for a

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Church celebrates revival amid nature

    Church celebrates revival amid nature

For the past five years, the Nehemiah Worship Center congregation has been celebrating revival in a unique way: holding a

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W-S Bar names scholarship for Hayes and Atty. Annie Kennedy

    W-S Bar names scholarship for Hayes and Atty. Annie Kennedy

In honor of the late Judge Roland Hayes, and Attorney Annie Brown Kennedy, the Winston-Salem Bar Association has established a

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Alumna to grads: Fight through struggles

    Alumna to grads: Fight through struggles

Attorney Nicole Little awards $500 scholarship to Carver student Triumph over tragedy.  That was the parting message from Attorney Nicole

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Winston-Salem is one step closer to Walk of Fame at Benton Convention Center

    Winston-Salem is one step closer to Walk of Fame at Benton Convention Center

Later this month, city officials are expected to unveil the names that will be enshrined along the sidewalk outside the Benton Convention Center.

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10-year-old dancer defying the odds

    10-year-old dancer defying the odds

Before Ja’Nihya Carter-Blue could even walk, she had an undeniable passion for music and dance. Today she uses that passion to teach her own dance classes.

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Project Lazarus joins Forsyth County fight against opioid epidemic

    Project Lazarus joins Forsyth County fight against opioid epidemic

During a press conference on Monday, June 4, Forsyth County first responders received more than 1,000 doses of naloxone.

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