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Group’s efforts applauded

    Group’s efforts applauded

The efforts of Interfaith Winston-Salem have been buoyed by its recent ECHO Award for its work in building social capital. Presented by the ECHO Network in conjunction with the Winston-Salem

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Editorial: Origins of Freedom

    Editorial: Origins of Freedom

Independence and Freedom. What’s the difference? Simple – because you are independent, are you free? Are you free to command your own self-worthiness and proclaim who you really are? Are you

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Editorial: City Shouldn’t be Nanny and Thom Tillis

    Editorial: City Shouldn’t be Nanny and Thom Tillis

City Shouldn’t be Nanny Later this month, the city will begin hosting a series of Friday evening activities at the Dixie Classic Fairgrounds designed to keep teenagers from becoming desultory

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Awards ceremony will be held Sunday

    Awards ceremony will be held Sunday

(pictured above:  Last year’s Musician of the Year and Entertainer of the Year Rene Roman (third from left) poses with (from left) Carlos Bocanegra, Cedric Moser, Ellen Leak and Dion Fowler.)

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Southside UHC awarded millions

    Southside UHC awarded millions

Southside United Health Center learned May 29 that it would receive $1.5 million a year for the next three years

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Housing Authority’s Redmon moving on to Wilmington

    Housing Authority’s Redmon moving on to Wilmington

(pictured above: Katrina Redmon has worked at the Winston-Salem Housing Authority since 2006.) Katrina Redmon, the chief development officer and vice

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AME conference attracts faithful

    AME conference attracts faithful

By Lydia Derr The Chronicle (pictured above:  Dancers perform during the Closing Ceremony on Friday, June 13.) “Our going to church

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Backdoor Way to Lower Wages

    Backdoor Way to Lower Wages

There has arisen a peculiar phenomenon over the past seven years. Conservative legislatures in states such as Florida and Wisconsin

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Remembering Angelou

    Remembering Angelou

Many people will remember Maya Angelou for her phenomenal career.  She was a true renaissance woman – an author, teacher,  dancer, performer,  radio

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Hollywood Reporter: UNCSA Drama one of best in the world

    Hollywood Reporter: UNCSA Drama one of best in the world

The School of Drama at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) has been ranked #6 in

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