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Neighbors For Better Neighborhoods announces new executive director

    Neighbors For Better Neighborhoods announces new executive director

Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods welcomed Winston-Salem resident Latoya Robinson as its new executive director on Monday, Aug. 12.

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Community celebrates the life of Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr.

    Community celebrates the life of Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr.

More than a thousand people filed into Union Baptist Church on Tuesday, Aug. 13 to celebrate the life of Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr.

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WSPD concludes fatal shooting at BJ’s Restaurant was not motivated by race

    WSPD concludes fatal shooting at BJ’s Restaurant was not motivated by race

Although racial epithets were used during the altercation between Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr. and Robert Granato, the Winston Salem Police Department has concluded that the fatal shooting in the parking lot of BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse last week was not racially motivated.

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Still asking…where will they go?

    Still asking…where will they go?

HAWS seems to be moving forward with sale of Crystal Towers while tenants left in the dark

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Quality Independent Living delivers book bags for the homeless

  Quality Independent Living delivers book bags for the homeless

Quality Independent Living delivers book bags for the homeless

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Suspect charged in shooting death of Julius Sampson Jr.

  Suspect charged in shooting death of Julius Sampson Jr.

Suspect charged in shooting death of Julius Sampson Jr.

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Winston-Salem Walk of Fame unveiled ahead of NBTF

  Winston-Salem Walk of Fame unveiled ahead of NBTF

The unofficial start of the 16th biennial celebration of African American theatre, art, and culture, may have been three days earlier when city officials unveiled the Winston-Salem Arts, Culture and Entertainment Memorial Walk of Fame, which included a star for NBTF founder Larry Leon Hamlin.

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NBTF record-breaking start reflects on the importance of the biennial festival

  NBTF record-breaking start reflects on the importance of the biennial festival

If you’re strapped for cash and can’t afford to spend $40 or $50 on a ticket to one of the productions during the National Black Theatre Festival, an easy and no-cost way to rub elbows with the stars is to attend the daily press conferences held at The Marriott Hotel.

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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 2019 National Black Theatre Festival got off to a Marvtastic start earlier this week with the star-studded opening night Gala.

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Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office holds Quarterly Community Forum

  Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office holds Quarterly Community Forum

Sheriff Bobby Kimbrough spent his 58th birthday addressing questions and concerns from citizens during the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) Quarterly Community Forum on Monday, July 22.

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