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Groups hold session on positive change in the county

    Groups hold session on positive change in the county

Age-Friendly Forsyth, Forsyth Futures, Imagine Forsyth and The Forsyth Promise hosted an evening to report on the collaborative progress they have made to bring about positive change.

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But its not winter yet…

    But its not winter yet…

Meetings and church services were canceled as well as events and school as an early winter storm dropped at least a foot of snow in Winston-Salem.

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Snow thwarts church services

    Snow thwarts church services

 Churches mostly canceled services on Sunday, Dec. 9, amid forecasts of an impending, early snowstorm.

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Rams senior running back to compete against the best

    Rams senior running back to compete against the best

Winston-Salem State University senior running back Kerrion Moore has accepted an invitation to participate in the 2018 D1 FCS Senior Scout Bowl.

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Big 4 Alumni Association to hold holiday celebration

    Big 4 Alumni Association to hold holiday celebration

The Big 4 High School Alumni Association will celebrate its 2018 accomplishments and successes at a festive Holiday Celebration on  Saturday, Dec. 15, 8 p.m.

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Commentary: The way things used to be

    Commentary: The way things used to be

Commentary: The way things used to be

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Commentary: NFL players, violence against women won’t be tolerated

    Commentary: NFL players, violence against women won’t be tolerated

Commentary: NFL players, violence against women won’t be tolerated

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Commentary: R.I.P., Queen Mother of Voting Rights

    Commentary: R.I.P., Queen Mother of Voting Rights

Commentary: R.I.P., Queen Mother of Voting Rights

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Commentary: Paying respects

    Commentary: Paying respects

Commentary: Paying respects

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Marcella Elliott joins staff of The Arts Council

    Marcella Elliott joins staff of The Arts Council

Marcella Elliott has been named Executive Administrative Assistant to the President and CEO of the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.

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