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Despite unequal treatment, Black women will rise

    Despite unequal treatment, Black women will rise

Julianne Malveaux’s thoughts on the struggles of black women.

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Tomatoes are a slice of good nutrition; try some today

    Tomatoes are a slice of good nutrition; try some today

Any way you slice it, tomatoes are highly nutritious, low in calories and great to include in a healthy diet.

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McDonald’s donates meals to campers

    McDonald’s donates meals to campers

McDonald’s of the Triad donated food for 110 children at the William G. White Summer Day Camp at the YMCA of Northwest N.C. in Winston-Salem

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Families reflect on their homeownership

    Families reflect on their homeownership

About 75 Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County homeowners gathered on July 27 for the first Habitat family reunion since 2008.

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Police chief finalists named; public forum on Aug. 16

    Police chief finalists named; public forum on Aug. 16

The city announced the selection of two finalists to become Winston-Salem’s next police chief when Police Chief Barry Rountree retires Sept. 1.

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Public health officials urge caution during extreme heat

    Public health officials urge caution during extreme heat

According to the North Carolina Heat Report, emergency department visits for heat-related illnesses statewide hit 373 during the week of July 9-15.

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Political Cartoon: Classless

    Political Cartoon: Classless

This week’s political cartoon by Ron Rogers.

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Editorial: NBTF leader reminds us of our unity

    Editorial: NBTF leader  reminds us  of our unity

National Black Theatre Festival co-chair Obba Babatundé said the arts can still make a difference in these tumultuous times.

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Commentary: Downtown development generates opportunity

    Commentary: Downtown development generates opportunity

The Benton Convention Center recently cut the ribbon on its new renovations.

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Commentary: Health care for millions and democracy itself is now at risk

    Commentary: Health care for millions  and democracy itself is now at risk

It is not just health care for 30 million people at stake these days. Democracy is hanging by a thread too, in Raleigh and in Washington.

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