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W-S Bar names scholarship for Hayes and Atty. Annie Kennedy

    W-S Bar names scholarship for Hayes and Atty. Annie Kennedy

In honor of the late Judge Roland Hayes, and Attorney Annie Brown Kennedy, the Winston-Salem Bar Association has established a $1,000 scholarship. Since 1984, the Winston-Salem Bar Association (WSBA), which

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Winston-Salem is one step closer to Walk of Fame at Benton Convention Center

    Winston-Salem is one step closer to Walk of Fame at Benton Convention Center

Later this month, city officials are expected to unveil the names that will be enshrined along the sidewalk outside the Benton Convention Center.

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10-year-old dancer defying the odds

    10-year-old dancer defying the odds

Before Ja’Nihya Carter-Blue could even walk, she had an undeniable passion for music and dance. Today she uses that passion to teach her own dance classes.

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Project Lazarus joins Forsyth County fight against opioid epidemic

    Project Lazarus joins Forsyth County fight against opioid epidemic

During a press conference on Monday, June 4, Forsyth County first responders received more than 1,000 doses of naloxone.

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Delayed HARRY event honors veterans

  Delayed HARRY event honors veterans

Last weekend, HARRY (Helping Advocate Research Respond for You) Veterans Community Outreach Services held its annual celebration to remember our fallen heroes.

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Water park a dream come true for advocate

  Water park a dream come true for advocate

After years of attending meetings and urging city and county officials to bring a swimming pool to her neighborhood, Marva

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Advocates: Give us action

  Advocates: Give us action

More than two dozen citizens rallied outside the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Education Building earlier this week demanding action be taken immediately at Ashley Academy for Cultural & Global Studies. 

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Marker commemorates black neighborhood

  Marker commemorates black neighborhood

The Silver Hill neighborhood was established in the 1880s by African Americans.

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North Carolina Black Repertory Company headed to downtown Winston-Salem

  North Carolina Black Repertory Company headed to downtown Winston-Salem

The North Carolina Black Repertory Company (the Black Rep) is moving downtown. After calling 610 Coliseum Drive home for more

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W-S Youth Chorus moves to the Opera House

  W-S Youth Chorus moves to the Opera House

Piedmont Opera and the Winston-Salem Youth Chorus announced April 30 that the Youth Chorus will merge with the Piedmont Opera as of July 1, 2018.

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