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LaDeara Crest hosts first Neighbor Nite

    LaDeara Crest hosts first Neighbor Nite

(Above- Submitted Photo LaDeara Crest residents with Community Resource Director Ike Black (right).) The residents of LaDeara Crest, a name derived from the Spanish word ladera, or mountainside, began the New

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Eastern Stars donate to Ashley

    Eastern Stars donate to Ashley

(Above: Submitted Photo, Assistant Principal Alicia Bailey and Principal Mark Hairston (third and fourth from left) accept the items from members (from left) Ciesta Funderburk, Gloria Gerald, Worthy Matron Lisa

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Sigma Betas engaged on MLK Day

    Sigma Betas engaged on MLK Day

(Above: Submitted Photos- The young members work in Odd Fellows Cemetery.) On the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, members of the Sigma Beta Club of Winston-Salem participated in several activities. On

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Racial diversity prevalent at Salem College, president says

    Racial diversity prevalent at Salem College, president says

In photo: Salem College President Dr. Lorraine Sterritt speaks Jan. 24. Photo by Todd Luck Salem College President Dr. Lorraine Sterritt touted the virtues of her women’s college at the

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King expected death, Dick Gregory tells Winston-Salem audience

  King expected death, Dick Gregory tells Winston-Salem audience

In photo: Dick Gregory speaks at Winston-Salem State University on Jan. 20. WSSU photo Winston-Salem State University’s K. R. Williams

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Winston-Salem NAACP election ruled void as national office steps in

  Winston-Salem NAACP election ruled void as national office steps in

The Winston-Salem branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will void its last election, which took

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Heroes of Old Atkins make impact at New Atkins

  Heroes of Old Atkins make impact at New Atkins

(pictured above:  Hall of Famers sit in the stands at Atkins Academic and Technology High School.) Special guests attended Atkins

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Longtime public servant Earline Parmon gives up N.C. Senate seat

  Longtime public servant Earline Parmon gives up N.C. Senate seat

In photo: N.C. Sen. Earline Parmon, Forsyth County Democrat, 32nd District Forsyth County Democrat announced plans Wednesday Earline Parmon announced

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Hanes, Lowe eager to succeed Parmon

  Hanes, Lowe eager to succeed Parmon

The Forsyth County Democratic Party will pick the person who will complete the term of Sen. Earline Parmon – who

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Muslims don’t want faith marred by actions of a few

  Muslims don’t want faith marred by actions of a few

Imam Khalid Griggs, an associate chaplain at Wake Forest University and leader of the Community Mosque, said in the aftermath

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