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Co-op grocery store recruiting

    Co-op grocery store recruiting

SHARE Cooperative of Winston-Salem is recruiting members to help open its Harvest Market grocery store in the Peter’s Creek area.

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Veterans symposium focuses on mental health

    Veterans symposium focuses on mental health

The Winston-Salem Urban League held a Veterans Services Symposium with an emphasis on mental health on Friday, Nov. 10.

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City encourages employers to ‘Ban the Box’

    City encourages employers to ‘Ban the Box’

The Winston-Salem City Council will vote Monday, Nov. 20, on a resolution encouraging businesses to “Ban the Box”.

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Quilts of Mandela now at Delta Arts Center

    Quilts of Mandela now at Delta Arts Center

An exhibit of quilts honoring Nelson Mandela is currently making its one and only stop in the southeast at Delta Arts Center and Bennett College. The exhibit, “Conscience of the

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Montgomery: MLK Burger King still planning to rebuild

    Montgomery: MLK Burger King still planning to rebuild

The City Council delayed rezoning items for the Burger King on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and a controversial cell

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Winston Lake’s got talent!

    Winston Lake’s got talent!

Those who frequent the Winston Lake YMCA showed off their talents to support it on Friday night, Nov. 3. Winston

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County seeks voting machine extension from General Assembly

    County seeks voting machine extension from General Assembly

Forsyth County Board of Elections is hoping the General Assembly will give counties an extension on getting new voting machines.

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A look at: the Board of Health

    A look at: the Board of Health

The results of a study on the possibility of consolidating the local departments of health and social services, which may

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Nurse-Family Partnership to expand

    Nurse-Family Partnership to expand

Now in its fifth year, the Nurse-Family Partnership has secured permanent funding and is looking to expand its effort to

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Obama care is still alive

    Obama care is still alive

Open enrollment for 2018 health insurance began on Nov. 1, just weeks after President Donald Trump took action to end Affordable Healthcare Act subsidies.

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