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Crystal Towers sale would displace 200

    Crystal Towers sale would displace 200

Crystal Towers, an 11-story public housing apartment building for seniors and those with disabilities, is up for sale. The high-rise on West Sixth Street was built in 1970 and has

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Democratic Women aid teachers with school supplies event

    Democratic Women aid teachers with school supplies event

The Forsyth County Democratic Women held a Teachers’ Appreciation and school supplies event on Thursday, Aug. 16, at Bolton Park. Nearly 100 people attended and enjoyed pizza and desserts provided

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Group won’t ‘sit by any longer’

    Group won’t ‘sit by any longer’

Action4Ashley files discrimination complaint against WS/FCS

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Local police help students get in gear

    Local police help students get in gear

For the fourth year in a row, the Winston-Salem Police Foundation and the Winston-Salem Police Department came together to make sure students throughout the community have what they need to start the school year. 

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Taneisha Gist enlists social media as she fights cancer

  Taneisha Gist enlists social media as she fights cancer

Long before she was diagnosed with breast cancer, before she was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease, long before she had her

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History project taps area history makers

  History project taps area history makers

The founder of an organization that is undertaking the largest African-American oral history project since the Works Progress Administration’s efforts to collect slave narratives in the 1930s came to Winston-Salem to ask for help in identifying residents of North Carolina for the project.

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Community gearing up for back-to-school giveaways

  Community gearing up for back-to-school giveaways

Community groups, nonprofits, churches and other organizations across the community are gearing up for their back-to-school giveaways. 

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Carolina Brotherhood Ride makes stops in Forsyth County

  Carolina Brotherhood Ride makes stops in Forsyth County

A convoy of cyclists and volunteers with the Carolina Brotherhood Ride made two stops in Forsyth County last week to honor fallen first responders.

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‘Something that they enjoy’

  ‘Something that they enjoy’

The 14th annual Accessible Festival offered dancing, food, fun and education for people with all kinds of disabilities on Friday, July 13, at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Education Building.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Big Brother Murray has a big heart

  Busta’s Person of the Week: Big Brother Murray has a big heart

Meet Big Brothers Big Sisters’ 2018 National Big Brother of the Year: Murray Miller from Winston-Salem.

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