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Seniors find new ‘Life’ at Mt. Zion center

    Seniors find new ‘Life’ at Mt. Zion center

Mt. Zion Senior Life Enrichment Center has been operating under the motto “Fun, Fun and More Fun” for more than 21 years. The goal of  the Center is to provide

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Under the Big Top Unique project allows students to discuss bias

    Under the Big Top Unique project allows students to discuss bias

During tent-covered outdoor sessions last week, students at Mount Tabor High School explored the complexities of racial diversity, cultural differences and the stereotypes associated with them. Wake Forest University Art

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New Goler Memorial pastor is filling big shoes

    New Goler Memorial pastor is filling big shoes

Goler Memorial AME Zion Church has a new leader. Rev. Dr. George Banks, a Wake Forest alumnus, will preach his initial sermon during a special service Sunday. “We are excited

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Big Four alums pray, party and reflect

    Big Four alums pray, party and reflect

Alumni of Forsyth County’s “Big Four” historically black high schools kicked off their 18th Annual Big Four Weekend on Oct 18 with a spirited worship service at Greater Cleveland Avenue

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Reformed street hustlers tell cautionary tales for students at alternative school

  Reformed street hustlers tell cautionary tales for students at alternative school

Southside Rides’ Chris Washington, Charles Goldsmith and Rahaeim Johnson shared the pitfalls of a life on the streets with a

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Organizations from across state make plans for grassroot changes

  Organizations from across state make plans for grassroot changes

A thousand delegates from grassroots community organizations from across the state met at Union Baptist Church on Saturday for the

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Homecoming-goers fete trailblazing nursing class

  Homecoming-goers fete trailblazing nursing class

Winston-Salem State University’s very first nursing class was feted during last week’s Homecoming. The nursing program at WSSU, then Winston-Salem

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Phi Omega Chapter of AKA awards scholarships

  Phi Omega Chapter of AKA awards scholarships

The ladies of Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. celebrated high academic achievement on Sunday, Oct. 21

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Worth the Wait

  Worth the Wait

First-day early voters endure two hours in line    The early voting season started out with a bang on Oct.

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Party in Pink

  Party in Pink

Zumbathon benefits breast cancer awareness Songstress Trina Braxton was on hand at the Village Inn Event Center in Clemmons Friday evening to

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