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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 Geek Squad Summer Academy at Winston-Salem State University. Around 150

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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 team that plays in the Central Carolina Football League (CCFL).

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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 North Carolina, African American voter turnout increased by 127,000 from

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Magazine shout-outs two of Novant’s best

    Magazine shout-outs two of Novant’s best

Two Novant Health leaders have been named among the “Top 100 Under 50 Diverse Executive & Emerging Leaders” by Diversity MBA Magazine, which profiles current leaders as a means to

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Authoring Action’s Teens Testimonials: an institute for empowering youth

  Authoring Action’s Teens Testimonials: an institute for empowering youth

Now into its second decade, Authoring Action has reared a group of young writers and creatives who are now helping

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Baptist pastor seeks fresh start after fleeing Mali

  Baptist pastor seeks fresh start after fleeing Mali

Ever since he recited his first Bible verse for a pair of missionaries around the age of 12, Pastor Nouh

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Dalton Asks Locals to Help Him to Become Governor

  Dalton Asks Locals to Help Him to Become Governor

Lt.  Gov. Walter Dalton rallied local supporters last week during a visit to Forsyth County Democratic Headquarters. The Democratic nominee

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Legacy of “Katie B” Saluted

  Legacy of “Katie B” Saluted

A once trusted medical facility that provided care for generations of African Americans in East Winston has received long overdue

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To build or not to build?

  To build or not to build?

The proposed football stadium for R.J. Reynolds High School adjacent to Hanes Park has sparked a debate that seemingly has

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Icons Make Heavenly Ascent

  Icons Make Heavenly Ascent

Both Rev. Joseph R. Samuels, pastor emeritus of St. Stephen Missionary Baptist Church, and Roland “Sonny” Smith Watts, a well known

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