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Boys targeted in effort to reduce teenage pregnancy

    Boys targeted in effort to reduce teenage pregnancy

Family Blueprints of North Carolina is seeking to break the intergenerational cycle of poverty and teen pregnancy by training young men to make sound decisions in all areas of their

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Council members dissent, break silence

    Council members dissent, break silence

Montgomery, Taylor believe colleagues should have supported new trial for Smith Winston-Salem’s two youngest City Council members are not pleased with their colleagues. Council Members Derwin Montgomery, 24, and James

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Police using nontraditional cars

    Police using nontraditional cars

  Drivers could be stopped by blue light-bearing Dodge Chargers     White car, blue and red stripes, light bar… right? Not necessarily. Members of the Winston-Salem Police Department may not

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Entering to Learn /Freshmen move in at WSSU 

    Entering to Learn /Freshmen move in at WSSU 

Freshmen moved onto the Winston-Salem State University campus Saturday. With more than 700 students in the freshman class, move-in day was a massive undertaking. To streamline the process, students and

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Blind kids gain keys to independence at unique camp

  Blind kids gain keys to independence at unique camp

  Last month, blind and visually-impaired young people learned key survival skills in a newly-built school house designed especially for

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Lartey hoping to use Goler successes as bishop

  Lartey hoping to use Goler successes as bishop

After 20 years at the helm of Goler Memorial AME Zion Church, Dr. Seth Lartey is assuming a new title

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Geeks give tech talk to Girls

  Geeks give tech talk to Girls

A contingent of girls from Winston-Salem and across the state got a crash course in technology last week during the

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For the Love of the Game

  For the Love of the Game

The Carolina Renegades football team is ready to take it all this season. The Renegades  is a local non-profit semi-professional

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Black turnout could make or break Obama

  Black turnout could make or break Obama

Black voters turned out like never before in 2008 to help elect the nation’s first African American president. Here, in

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Remember When

  Remember When

It was a night of groovy fun and fond memories as former neighbors and old friends came together last Friday

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