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Cereal drive brings in 2,400 boxes

    Cereal drive brings in 2,400 boxes

The students of Triad Academy at Summit were the top collectors for Crisis Control Ministry’s “Wee Care! Children’s Cereal Drive.” The school brought in 331 boxes of cereal during the

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Grant to help produce more minority nurses

The William Randolph Hearst Foundations recently awarded the UNC Charlotte School of Nursing (SON) in the College of Health and Human Services a $100,000 grant to support diverse and minority

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Local agency joins push to help older foster children

    Local agency joins push to help older foster children

“Success Beyond 18” was kicked off last week on Capitol Hill. The national campaign aims to create a better path for young people transitioning from foster care to adulthood. The

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Bill could save students’ lives

    Bill could save students’ lives

The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) is encouraging the North Carolina General Assembly to pass House Bill 824. Introduced by Reps. Glazier, Murry, Holloway, and Fulghum, the bill

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Community invited to discuss mental health

  Community invited to discuss mental health

The Mental Health Association in Forsyth County will hold its second public forum of the year on Wednesday, May 22

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WFU Medicine School popular among students

  WFU Medicine School  popular among students

Wake Forest School of Medicine is the fourth most selective medical school in the country, according to a ranking released

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Safe Bikeways

  Safe Bikeways

Judi Wallace helps Trinity Lawson secure her helmet Saturday during the dedication program for the new “Safety Town” bike training

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Williams: Ill should have right to end their life

  Williams: Ill should have right to end their life

Montel Williams advocates for end-of-life choice, including aid in dying, in the spring issue of Compassion & Choices Magazine. The

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Shoppers given opportunity to support troops

  Shoppers given opportunity to support troops

Harris Teeter has launched a donation card campaign to support both the United Service Organizations (USO) and Wounded Warrior Project

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Preventative Care: Stroke is North Carolina’s leading cause of death & disability

  Preventative Care:  Stroke is North Carolina’s leading cause of death & disability
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