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Q & A with hometown legend

    Q & A with hometown  legend

Carl Eller’s life as a legendary football player is well-documented, and he’s enshrined in nearly everybody’s Hall of Fame (college and pro). Recently, the man they call “Moose,” came home

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Column: Can We All Just Get Along?

    Column: Can We All Just Get Along?

I never considered the late Rodney King anything of a philosopher, but as one observes Washington shenanigans, especially around fiscal matters, it seems that Brother King had a point.  Can

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Officials: Local homeless population shrinking

    Officials: Local homeless  population  shrinking

Homelessness is decreasing in Forsyth County, according to two different measures released this week. The 2013 Point-in-Time Count taken on January 30 shows that the chronically homeless population in Forsyth

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Tickets for “Crowns” on sale

The North Carolina Black Repertory Company will conclude its 34th season of providing professional theater to the Triad with “Crowns,” from April 19-21.  This musical play, written by Regina Taylor,

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Author to discuss landmark work at Winston-Salem State

    Author to discuss landmark work at Winston-Salem State

Dr. Trevor Getz, author of the critically acclaimed “Abina and the Important Men,” will speak at Winston-Salem State University on

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Local health gauge a mixed-bag for Forsyth

The recently-released County Health Rankings & Roadmaps are designed to show counties throughout the nation what is making its residents

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WSSU to use grant to help aspiring entrepreneurs

A $40,000 grant from the DataMax Foundation will support efforts by the Center for Entrepreneurship (CFE) at Winston-Salem State University’s

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Diggs-Latham hosts black history extravaganza

    Diggs-Latham hosts  black history extravaganza

Black History Month at Diggs-Latham Elementary Magnet School for Arts and Global Studies ended with a culminating celebration of speeches,

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Library to host ‘Muslim Journeys’

    Library to  host ‘Muslim Journeys’

“Muslim Journeys,” a series of programs slated to be held next month in the Central Library Auditorium, will support the

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First Calvary to mark anniversaries next month

    First Calvary to mark  anniversaries next month

First Calvary Baptist Church, 401 N. Woodland Ave., is celebrating for the entire month of April as the church marks

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