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Local officials don’t feel threatened after congressional shooting

    Local officials don’t feel threatened after congressional shooting

Local elected officials say they don’t have the same security concerns as those on Capitol Hill. Security for members of Congress has become a concern since a shooting last week

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Cemetery effort identities names on headstones 

    Cemetery effort identities names on headstones 

Those who clear and clean up Happy Hill Cemetery are still looking for volunteers, especially those with loved ones who were laid to rest in the historic African-American cemetery.  

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Mo Lucas’ legacy lives on through annual parade

    Mo Lucas’ legacy lives on through annual parade

On the day set aside to celebrate the influence fathers have on society, thousands of people lined the streets of downtown Winston-Salem to celebrate the life and legacy of a

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Police calls on community to help solve homicide case

    Police calls on community to help solve homicide case

The Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) needs the public’s help finding the man believed to be responsible for the murder of 19-year-old LaDawn Morgan. Here’s what we know: On Thursday, March

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Expert talks about banking on yourself

  Expert talks about banking on yourself

Nearly 100 community leaders, and other supporters of Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods (NBN) gathered at the Double Tree by Hilton

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Juneteenth Festival includes serious discussions

  Juneteenth Festival includes serious discussions

People of different ages came together to celebrate the past, and take a serious look at the future last weekend

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Local mother facing deportation gets aid

  Local mother facing deportation gets aid

“I am the mother of four children and I will do anything for them.” That’s how a tearful Minerva Garcia

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Horseback riding lessons help children affected by domestic violence

  Horseback riding lessons help children affected by domestic violence

When people think of horseback riding, most reference something to do for fun or maybe competition. But for many people,

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United Way prepares for Day of Action Food Drive

  United Way prepares for Day of Action Food Drive

United Way of Forsyth County (UWFC) is rallying volunteers throughout the community to participate in a canned food drive to

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‘Put on your purple and black; the festival is back!’

  ‘Put on your purple and black; the festival is back!’

The stage has officially been set for the 2017 National Black Theatre Festival (NBTF). During a press conference held in

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