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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 America donated the home in partnership with the Military Warriors

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Traveling museum showcases African-American memorabilia

    Traveling museum showcases African-American memorabilia

On Saturday, Feb. 21 from 4 to 6 p.m., Freedom Tree IDR, formerly The Institute for Dismantling Racism, held a Black History Commemoration and fundraising event at Parkway United Church

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Liberty CDC will dissolve

    Liberty CDC will dissolve

Six months ago, James “Jim” Shaw announced that he would be resigning  as president and chairman of the Liberty Street Community Development  Corp. In August, Shaw announced that his last

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Artivity on the Green designed to spruce up Liberty Street area

    Artivity on the Green designed to spruce up Liberty Street area

Many downtown residents have kept a close eye on the construction that’s transforming a dilapidated parking lot in the heart of the Arts District into an outdoor space that will

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Efforts underway to renew expired historic tax credit

  Efforts underway to renew expired historic tax credit

(Above: Gallery Lofts is one of the many downtown projects that used the Historic Preservation Tax Credit) As of this year,

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Paul foundation moves generosity to Winston-Salem

  Paul foundation moves generosity to Winston-Salem

(Photos by Donna Rogers– Charity Wagner, a senior at Parkland High School, asks about shoes to go with prom dresses she

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W-S bond issue funds to generate police department improvements

  W-S bond issue funds to generate police department improvements

(Above: Photo by Todd Luck– On Feb. 1, Winston-Salem City Council voted 5-3 to grant Southeast Plaza’s owner $825,500 to make improvements

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HBCUs must exist, panelists say

  HBCUs must exist, panelists say

(Above: (L-R) Panelists at the 2015 North Carolina HBCU Political Action Summit held at WSSU on Feb. 12 were Dr.

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Appeals court judge urges law students to ‘go against the grain’

  Appeals court judge urges law students to ‘go against the grain’

(Above: Robert Ross Photography, Wake Forest Law– Judge Roger Gregory speaks.) “It’s so important that young lawyers understand what justice is and

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Police train to look for autism

  Police train to look for autism

(Above: Photo by Chanel Davis– Dennis Debbaudt, author,  led the session and presented materials and information designed to help first responders

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