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Peace of Mind

    Peace of Mind

National Night Out events held in Winston-Salem (pictured above:  Four-year-old Diontez Hylton dribbles a basketball near an inflatable basketball hoop.) Residents across the city and nation took part in the 31st

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Russell named UNC assistant dean

    Russell named UNC assistant dean

Chloe Jade Russell has been promoted to assistant dean of Academic Advising for the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Russell, who

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Winston Lake Golf Course gets new grass

    Winston Lake Golf Course gets new grass

(Pictured Above: GM Julius Reece practices putting on the 18th green at Winston Lake Golf Course.) The grass is greener at Winston Lake Golf Course thanks to a recent $237,500 greens

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A Well-Earned Face

    A Well-Earned Face

By Grace Ellis, Member, Winston-Salem Writers Just look at the woman in the photograph. Her face is wrinkled. Her hair is white and wispy. A tooth is crooked. None of

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The UPS Store Committed to Shipping Your Precious Packages

    The UPS Store Committed to Shipping Your Precious Packages

(Pictured Above: Certified Packing Expert, Amy-Ruth Hallett, and Estate Agent, Nathan Sapp, initiate the proper packing sequence of glass-framed artwork with the

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Group will use film to discuss racism

    Group will use film to discuss racism

Excerpts from the movie “42” will be shown during a Presbyterian Interracial Dialogue event on Sunday, Aug. 10 at 5

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Editorial: A Public Nuisance?

    Editorial: A Public Nuisance?

Nuisance abatement is a fancy legal term for an age-old problem. From the Bible to the Hatfields and McCoys, there

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Fundraiser will include screening and live music

    Fundraiser will include screening and live music

Kybele, Inc., a Winston-Salem based humanitarian organization that supports medical education in developing countries, will be hosting a documentary film

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Angelou Center helping diabetics live better

    Angelou Center helping diabetics live better

LIFT Diabetes stands for the Lifestyle Intervention for the Treatment of Diabetes by Wake Forest School of Medicine’s Maya Angelou

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Native making dreams come true in Navy

    Native making dreams come true in Navy

Petty Officer 3rd Class Charles Lyon, a Winston-Salem native and 2010 Oak Hill Academy graduate, is serving aboard USS Somerset,

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