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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Band Room Namings and Summer School

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Band Room Namings and Summer School

Some things to think about after program  reflection To the Editor: The recognition of the three band directors – Rudolph V. Boone Sr. (Carver High School), Bernard T. Foy Sr. (Deceased –

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Reagan Raiders unite for student athlete battling cancer

    Reagan Raiders unite for  student athlete battling cancer

(Above: Photo by Tevin Stinson- Chase Vaden, left, and Denard Smoot, right, who were teammates of Savion Littlejohn, middle, have been one of the driving forces behind the Pray for Sae

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Reforming Baltimore police may need U.S. oversight

    Reforming Baltimore police may need U.S. oversight

(Above: Photo by Patrick Semansky/AP Photo) By BEN NUCKOLS and MICHAEL BIESECKER, Associated Press BALTIMORE — Months before a young black man died of the broken neck he suffered during what

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Editorial: Backyard for the have-nots is becoming hard to find

    Editorial: Backyard for the have-nots is becoming hard to find

On Monday, May 4, Winston-Salem City Council delayed a vote on the rezoning of a daycare in East Winston. That rezoning would allow The Salvation Army to purchase the property

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Swift, decisive actions against police  applauded To the Editor: The Congressional Black Caucus applauds the swift and decisive actions by the

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Plus-size pageant promoter talks of relationships at ‘Honor Your Mother’

    Plus-size pageant promoter talks of relationships at ‘Honor Your Mother’

(Above: Photo by by Felecia Piggott-Long, Ph.D.- Antoinette Little, left, embraces “Honor Your Mother” event speaker Elaine Green Luke and her

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Emmanuel to feature biblical instructor as Mother’s Day speaker

    Emmanuel to feature biblical  instructor as Mother’s Day speaker

Portia H. Brandon will be the guest speaker at Emmanuel Baptist Church’s 10 a.m. Mother’s Day celebration on Sunday, May

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Farmer’s Markets are Popping Up All Over!

    Farmer’s Markets are Popping Up All Over!

You know it’s spring when fresh vegetables start to appear at farmer’s produce stands. Whether an organized market or a

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Master Gardener Irma Jackson Shares Love of Gardening with Children

    Master Gardener Irma Jackson Shares Love of Gardening with Children

By Judie Holcomb-Pack Irma Jackson didn’t come to love gardening naturally. Her parents had a garden and since she was

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Weatherization Program Helps Low Income & Elderly Improve Home Energy Efficiency

    Weatherization Program  Helps Low Income & Elderly Improve Home Energy Efficiency

By Judie Holcomb-Pack Weather. We all talk about it, but there isn’t much we can do about it. Now, however,

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