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New Bethel gets historic marker

    New Bethel gets historic marker

(pictured above:  The new marker stands near New Bethel Baptist Church on Trade Street.) A local historic marker was unveiled May 31 in front of New Bethel Baptist Church, which has

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For Seniors Only: Couple Turns Hobbies into Business

    For Seniors Only:  Couple Turns Hobbies into Business

In 1985, Barbara and Bob Campbell moved to Lewisville from the Philadelphia area when he was transferred by Westinghouse to the plant in Rural Hall. Bob was a Quality Manager

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Quander is new Delta Arts leader

    Quander is new Delta Arts leader

Nadiyah Quander has been named the new executive director of Winston Salem Delta Fine Arts Center Inc. She succeeds Dianne Caesar, who left the agency more than two years ago.

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Heart Heroes honored at Ball

    Heart Heroes honored at Ball

(picture above:  Josie and Scotty Wooten with their son, Jarod.) More than 250 guests attended the American Heart Association’s Winston-Salem Heart Ball on April 25 at the Millennium Center. The

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New Carver principal picked

    New Carver principal picked

Travis Taylor has been named the new principal of Carver High School. He replaces Ronald Travis, who will be the

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St. James hosting AME gatherings

    St. James hosting AME gatherings

(pictured above:  Rt. Rev. William P. DeVeaux Sr. with his wife, Patricia Ann.) The 121st Session of the Western North Carolina

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For Seniors Only: Don’t Call It A Job!

    For Seniors Only: Don’t Call It A Job!

The Twin City Quarter’s Kim Davis, a catering sales manager and certified wedding specialist, says that the work that she

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Editorial: Piece of the Action

    Editorial: Piece of the Action

Recent transplants may be under the impression that downtown Winston-Salem has always been popping. With all of its razzle-dazzle, even

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Editorial: Ignoring Black Vets

    Editorial: Ignoring Black Vets

The current controversy surrounding the plight of veterans in the United States is an important issue for all families in

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Malloy/Jordan Friends reestablished

    Malloy/Jordan Friends reestablished

(pictured above:  The Friends of the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center pose in front of the library. They are (front, from

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