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Editorial: Get ready for Florence and aftermath

    Editorial: Get ready for Florence and aftermath

Editorial: Get ready for Florence and aftermath

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Pastor initiates race relations summit

    Pastor initiates race relations summit

The first Platform Summit Conference of its kind will be held Sept. 15 on the Whole Man Ministries Campus, 3916 Old Lexington Road in Winston-Salem, in the Community Center.

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Fraternity hosts 2nd annual scholarship golf tournament

    Fraternity hosts 2nd annual scholarship  golf tournament

On Aug. 25 at Reynolds Golf Course, the brothers of the Psi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. hosted its second annual scholarship golf tournament.

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Parkland High School inducts newest Hall of Fame members

    Parkland High School inducts newest Hall of Fame members

The Parkland High School Hall of Fame inducted its third class of sports figures.

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Editorial Cartoon: Obama Speech

    Editorial Cartoon: Obama Speech

Editorial Cartoon by Ron Rogers 

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Editorial Cartoon: Gentrification

    Editorial Cartoon: Gentrification

Editorial Cartoon by Ron Rogers 

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Business of the Month: Market’s owner is ‘Working-N-Faith’

    Business of the Month: Market’s owner is ‘Working-N-Faith’

The Business of the Month is Kingz Downtown Market at 418 N. Liberty St. in downtown Winston-Salem.

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Reagan wins The Public Safety Challenge

    Reagan wins The Public Safety Challenge

The Ronald Reagan High School JROTC program wins the Public Safety Challenge Cup for the second year in a row.

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Commentary: September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

    Commentary: September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

By Ana Fadich Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men, striking approximately 165,000 men each year with

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Young pastor begins his own ministry

    Young pastor begins his own ministry

The Rev. Joseph Cobbs is only 23 years old and has created his own church to lead.  New Revelation Ministries

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