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Professor pens bio about her hometown hero

    Professor pens bio about her hometown hero

As a girl in Omaha, Neb., Salem College Professor Dr. Tekla Johnson remembers State Sen. Ernie Chambers as being larger than life, a powerful figure in the African American community

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Early voters make their voices heard

    Early voters make their voices heard

The early voting fervor struck East Winston last week, as hundreds of Forsyth County residents flocked to the Mazie Woodruff Center and 14th Street Recreation Center to do their civic

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Community Keeping W-S Green and Beautiful

    Community Keeping W-S Green and Beautiful

Hundreds of trees planted in East Winston   City-sponsored Community Roots Day is more popular than ever. The annual tree planting program, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary, had a record

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N.C. schools get new black history teaching tools

    N.C. schools get  new black history  teaching tools

Students have a new way to learn about the state’s rich African American culture. AT&T North Carolina and the N.C. Department of Public Instruction unveiled the 2013 Heritage Calendar last

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Psi Phi Chapter has new leadership team and vision

The Winston-Salem Psi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. has implemented a plan for a year of service

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N.C. Mutual marking anniversary over next year

  N.C. Mutual marking anniversary over next year

Durham-based North Carolina Mutual kicked off its 115th anniversary celebration last week in conjunction with its annual recognition of Founders’

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Sororities supporting African Library Project

  Sororities supporting African Library Project

The Theta Mu Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority and the Beta Lambda Chapter of the National Sorority of

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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

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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

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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

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