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Dixie Classic Fair, Gospel Fest just days away

    Dixie Classic Fair, Gospel Fest just days away

The opening of the 2018 Dixie Classic Fair is only eight days away. Gospel Fest, known for its soul warming variety of gospel music, will return on two Sundays, Sept.

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Family Services launches fundraising campaign

    Family Services launches fundraising campaign

Family Services, a nonprofit organization, launched its Raising Every Child capital campaign in order to address Forsyth County’s immediate needs of the most vulnerable population, children from birth to age

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Herbalife division unveils mural at YWCA

    Herbalife division unveils mural at YWCA

Last week, Herbalife Nutrition Foundation’s “Casa Herbalife” program unveiled a 12-foot mural at the Gateway YWCA’s Best Choice Center.

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She’s continuing a culinary legacy

    She’s continuing a culinary legacy

Shanta Faison set out on a journey to continue the culinary legacy left to her by her grandmother by marketing and selling a line of collard greens that would take consumers back to their own grandmothers’ kitchen with just one bite.

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Winston-Salem represents at the Coltrane festival

  Winston-Salem represents at the Coltrane festival

By Busta Brown The Twin City came to High Point for the John Coltrane International Jazz and Blues Festival on

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W-S Portrait Project coming to a neighborhood near you

  W-S Portrait Project coming to a neighborhood near you

The Winston-Salem Portrait Project will be looking to engage the entire city in creating a series of permanent public art

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Group gathers at street corner, hands out food

  Group gathers at street corner, hands out food

The chapter of Lady Georgia Burgess No. 97 out of Rural Hall, of the Order of Eastern Star, has been

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United Dreamers success story

  United Dreamers success story

For almost 20 years, the Anderson High School Alumni Association members have given generously of their time and resources to

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Masonic youth gather for fun before school starts

  Masonic youth gather for fun before school starts

District Masonic Youth Department held a weekend of fun, food and fellowship for the Mary L. Fair Gleaner Branch #137, Elizabeth M. Tilley Gleaner Branch #68, Harry D. Hayes Council #122 and Thayer E. Tyson Council #146 Knights of Pythagoras.

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Happy Hill Park transformation scheduled to begin this fall

  Happy Hill Park transformation scheduled to begin this fall

Happy Hill Park transformation scheduled to begin this fall.

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