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QEA growing yet again

    QEA growing yet again

Quality Education Academy (QEA) held a groundbreaking ceremony on Nov. 1 to mark the beginning of construction of a 36,000 square-foot addition to the QEA campus, which sits near the

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Four More Years

    Four More Years

UPI/Kevin Dietsch The First Family – (from left) First Lady Michelle Obama, First Daughter Sasha, President Barack Obama and First Daughter Malia – wave to a crowd of thousands at

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W-S-based CCFL team wins championship

The Carolina Renegades won its first Central Carolina Football League Championship on Saturday, Nov. 3 in Newton after beating the Catawba Hornets 35-8. Mike Davis scored on a 50-yard run

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ECSU will get help from city native

    ECSU will get help from city native

Winston-Salem native Jairus Wilkins, a junior stand out offensive linemen at  Elizabeth City State University, is ready to take on the CIAA favorites Winston-Salem State University on Saturday for the

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Rams hope to add exclamation point to perfect season

    Rams hope to add exclamation point to perfect season

For the second straight year, the Winston-Salem State University Rams capped off a perfect regular season on Saturday with a

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Teams end JV season with bragging rights

    Teams end JV season with bragging rights

Reagan showed its mettle in clearly establishing its supremacy in junior varsity football. But while the Raiders (9-1 finish) have

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Carver seniors march to the polls to vote for first time

    Carver seniors march to the polls to vote for first time

The Carver High School Marching Band, under the direction of Juan Eckard, provided the rhythm as more than 100 seniors

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Surviving Storms

    Surviving Storms

Devotional Reading: Romans 1:8-17   Lesson Scripture: Acts 27: 1-11, 33-44   Lesson Aims: To summarize Paul’s trip from Caesarea

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Howard Choir coming to Union Baptist

    Howard Choir coming to Union Baptist

The 2012 College Night program, presented by the Union Baptist Church Refresh College Ministry, will feature the Howard University Choir

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Kennedy prepares for even greater academic expansion

    Kennedy prepares for even greater academic expansion

Last year, Demetrius Hill chose to go to John F. Kennedy High School because he thought the magnet high school

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