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A&T grads to hear from Langford

    A&T grads to hear from Langford

Debra Langford, a longtime executive in the media and entertainment industry, will deliver North Carolina A&T State University’s Fall Commencement address. More than 700 Aggies will graduate at the Greensboro

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Soldiers welcomed back as heroes

    Soldiers welcomed back as heroes

The North Carolina National Guard’s 113th Sustainment Brigade returned to North Carolina on Saturday, Oct. 27. Friends, family and fellow soldiers welcomed back the nearly 300 soldiers, who are based

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‘Miss Aggie’ inducted into Hall of Fame

    ‘Miss Aggie’ inducted into Hall of Fame

One of North Carolina A&T State University’s most vocal alumnae has added yet another feather to her cap. On Sept. 28, Dr. Velma Speight-Buford, also known as “Miss Aggie Pride,”

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Female leaders speak at Salem business conference

    Female leaders speak at Salem business conference

Salem College welcomed nearly 200 Triad-area college students to campus for a day of professional development, networking and inspiration at its inaugural Women’s Conference, Developing Emerging Professionals on Sept. 29.

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City hopes to reap benefits of magazine spread

  City hopes to reap benefits of magazine spread

Local tourism officials are hoping that Winston-Salem’s bottom-line benefits from a feature spread in US Airways Magazine. Winston-Salem is the

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Martin named to national council

  Martin named to national council

North Carolina A&T State University Chancellor Harold L. Martin Sr., has been elected to the board of the Council for

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Baker named top principal

  Baker named top principal

Jefferson Elementary School’s Nora Baker is the 2013 Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Principal of the Year. The honor was announced last week

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Diehard educator wins classroom goodies

  Diehard educator wins classroom goodies

Maritza Riffo, a first-grade teacher at Ashley IB Magnet Elementary School, is the local winner of “A Day Made Better,”

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Volunteers needed to inspire students

  Volunteers needed  to inspire students

The need continues for volunteers to mentor students in grades K-12 in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County schools. Currently, there is a need

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Alumna joins UNCG Board

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro has appointed Andrea Jenkins to  its Alumni Association Board of Directors. She will represent the

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