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A Marv-tastic evening: NBTF holds kick-off reception

    A Marv-tastic evening: NBTF holds kick-off reception

It was fitting to host the National Black Theatre Festival’s Kick-off Reception at Foreign Cars Italia in Greensboro on the afternoon of Monday, March 8 in light of diverse topics

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Loretta Biggs becomes U. S. judge

    Loretta Biggs becomes U. S. judge

(Above: Photo by Erin Mizelle- The Honorable Loretta Copeland Biggs, left, becomes the first African American female appointed to the federal bench in North Carolina as a U.S. District Court

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NBTF announces celebrity co-chairs

    NBTF announces celebrity co-chairs

(Above: Photo by Charles E. Leftwich Jr-. “All My Children” co-stars Debbi Morgan and Darnell Williams speak at the announcement event. on Monday) The city received its first taste of

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Officers try digital approach to solve year-old homicides

    Officers try digital approach to solve year-old homicides

Investigators with the Winston-Salem Police Department are asking for the public assistance in solving four unsolved homicides from 2014, and they are hoping that a new campaign will help. On

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Cubans hopeful U.S. embargo will end, pastor finds

  Cubans hopeful U.S. embargo will end, pastor finds

Rev. Lamont Williams was among black pastors that visited Cuba earlier this year, after President Barack Obama called for an

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Rep. Hanes urges Tillis and Burr to resist party pressure

  Rep. Hanes urges Tillis and Burr to resist party pressure

On Tuesday, March 3, Rep. Edward Hanes Jr. commented on the decision of North Carolina U.S. Sens. Thom Tillis and

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Scovens, Pender named Man and Woman of Year

  Scovens, Pender named Man and Woman of Year

Because of their outstanding community service, the Rev. Dr. Nathan Edward Scovens, pastor of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, and Randon

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Shelters stay open to help the homeless brave cold

  Shelters stay open to help the homeless brave cold

With temperatures dropping into the single digits and more than a few inches of our “Southern” snow this winter, shelters

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Grad duo use basketball to help students

  Grad duo use basketball to help students

(Above: Photo submitted- Brittany Ward (center) with men froom The local Masonic Lodge who stood in at the nonprofit’s father/daughter dance

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Bank gives wounded Iraq War vet new home

  Bank gives wounded Iraq War vet new home

Ret. Sgt. Allen Megginson received a new home for him and his wife, Amy, on Friday, Feb. 28. Bank of

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