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Retiring chief praised for improvements

Winston-Police Chief Scott Cunningham has announced that he plans to retire at the end of June 2013. Cunningham was sworn in as Winston-Salem’s 13th chief of police on June 30,

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Company’s holiday party doubles as toy drive

    Company’s holiday party doubles as toy drive

Guests donated toys for about 100 children during the recent Wharton Gladden & Company’s Fourth Annual Holiday Party and toy drive at the Piedmont Club. “As a good corporate citizen,

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Film industry puts North Carolinians to work

    Film industry puts North Carolinians to work

This year has been another record-breaking one for North Carolina’s budding film industry. Year-end projections show productions had direct in-state spending in excess of $376 million and created more than

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UNCG home to one of U.S.’ top black studies programs

    UNCG home to one of U.S.’ top black studies programs

UNCG’s African American Studies program has garnered national recognition as one of the top 10 programs of its kind in the country, according to productivity rankings released by Academic Analytics.

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Sisterhood of Giving

  Sisterhood of Giving

Local women again pool resources to help others  Six local nonprofit organizations have received funding to further their missions from

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School Board Chair leaving board Dec. 31

  School Board Chair leaving board Dec. 31

Donny Lambeth, the chairman of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education, announced last week that he would resign his seat

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President Obama names Martin to BIFAD

  President Obama names Martin to BIFAD

On Nov. 27, President Barack Obama named North Carolina A&T State University chancellor Harold L. Martin Sr. as a member

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WFU women honored at ‘Justice Awards’

  WFU women honored at ‘Justice Awards’

Wake Forest University Professor Beth Hopkins and WFU Law student Kristina Wolf were among nine Wake Forest women recognized at

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Longtime City budget director retiring

  Longtime City budget director retiring

City Manager Lee Garrity has announced that Ann Jones, the longest-serving budget and evaluation director in city history, will retire

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Street to be named for Tony Burton

  Street to be named for Tony Burton

Dr. Tony L. Burton, the CEO of Northwest Child Development Centers Inc., will be honored early next month for his

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