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NBA star again treats seniors to holiday meal

    NBA star again treats seniors to holiday meal

The Josh Howard Foundation continued its annual tradition last week of treating senior citizens to a free holiday meal. Tickets were given to about 200 local seniors, entitling them to

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Presidential inauguration tickets may be requested

    Presidential inauguration tickets may be requested

Tickets to President Barack Obama’s second inauguration are available through the office of Fifth Congressional District Rep. Virginia Foxx and other members of Congress. Tickets to the nation’s 57th Inaugural

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Thanksgiving has special meaning at soup kitchen

    Thanksgiving has special meaning at soup kitchen

The Thanksgiving season has been difficult for Winston-Salem resident Antonio Steele. Early last week, Steele, a native of New Haven, Conn., said it would be the first Thanksgiving he would

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Woman starts ‘Angel’ foundation in memory of twin brother

    Woman starts ‘Angel’ foundation in memory of twin brother

July 11, 2011 was the worst day of Jessica Moore-Lane’s life. It was the first day in her 28 years that the Patrick County, Va. native would have to face

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Almost Doesn’t Count

  Almost Doesn’t Count

Pleased, but hardly satisfied. Winston-Salem State whipped Shippensburg (Pa.) 37-14 in the second round of the NCAA Division II football playoffs

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Rodney remembered as community’s ‘moral compass’

  Rodney remembered as community’s ‘moral compass’

Friends and loved ones of Rev. Dr. Cedric Rodney gathered at Home Moravian Church in Old Salem on Tuesday to

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Cloud Lifted: Womble focusing on recovery now that he will not face criminal charges

  Cloud Lifted: Womble focusing on recovery now that he will not face criminal charges

State Rep. Larry Womble has been absolved of all responsibility in the Dec. 2, 2011 car collision that changed his

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Y leader headed to BBBS

  Y leader headed to BBBS

After five years at the helm of Winston Lake Family YMCA, Executive Director Shawan Gabriel is preparing to embark on

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… I’ve Been Changed

  … I’ve Been Changed

Another crop of C2C grads leave behind former street lives Nationally-known columnist and commentator Roland Martin told graduates of Union

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Civil Rights icon says practice ‘aggressive patience’

  Civil Rights icon says practice ‘aggressive patience’

Hollis Watkins has been fighting for freedom for more than five decades. Watkins, the youngest of 12 children born to

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