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Juneteenth Luncheon to honor Walter Marshall, planner and educator

    Juneteenth Luncheon to honor Walter Marshall, planner and educator

The St. Philips Heritage Center at Old Salem Museums & Gardens in partnership with Winston-Salem State University will host a luncheon from noon to 1:45 p.m. on Thursday, June 15,

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Editorial: National Black Theatre Festival brings excitement

    Editorial: National Black Theatre Festival brings excitement

The word is out. The National Black Theatre Festival (NBTF) is coming July 31-Aug. 5. The North Carolina Black Repertory Company (NCBRC) announced the line up to the world on

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Letters to the Editor: Industries for the Blind legal battle

    Letters to the Editor: Industries for the Blind legal battle

Rights of blind Americans put at risk with judge’s ruling To the Editor: This week, we were able to read the judge’s opinion stating that the Department of Veterans Affairs

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Weak May jobs report signals modest economic growth

    Weak May jobs report signals modest economic growth

By Algenon Cash The non-partisan Bureau of Labor Statistics released the May jobs report and it failed to meet expectations – 138,000 non-farm job gains versus 185,000 expected – the

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Fairgrounds Farmers Market now accepting EBT cards for food

    Fairgrounds Farmers Market now accepting EBT cards for food

Healthy eating just got easier for many low-income families in Forsyth County. Vendors at the Farmer’s Market at the Dixie

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Commentary: Support the local foods movement

    Commentary: Support the local foods movement

By Lynne Mitchell A new movement is upon us:  It’s the local foods movement and it is happening right here

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Commentary: UNC strategic plan helps state achieve its full potential

    Commentary: UNC strategic plan helps state achieve its full potential

By Elwood Robinson The North Carolina State Constitution is clear. It states in no uncertain terms that public higher education

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3 principals named

    3 principals named

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools has named three principals of schools in the district. Shane O’Neal will be the new principal at

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Commentary: HBCU leaders, advocates must engage Democrats and Republicans

    Commentary: HBCU leaders, advocates must engage Democrats and Republicans

By Johnny C. Taylor Jr.  As the president and CEO of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), I’m spending a

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Paying tribute on Memorial Day

    Paying tribute on Memorial Day

Uncle Sam’s Memorial Tribute was on display during Memorial Day weekend in the Bolton Home and Garden Building at the

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