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Freshmen settle in

    Freshmen settle in

More than 750 First-years arrive at WSSU (pictured above:  Allison Sutton (center) gets help from her mother, Cheryl (right), grandmother, Alice.) Hundreds of anxious and excited freshmen descended on the campus

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Warehouse continues to be a constant for teachers

    Warehouse continues to be a constant for teachers

(pictured above:  Free supplies of every sort imaginable await local teachers at the Educator Warehouse.) Teachers – or parents – didn’t have the option of taking advantage of a tax-free weekend

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Black Men Prepare for Challenges of the Classroom

    Black Men Prepare for  Challenges of the Classroom

The HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Male Summer Institute was held on the campus of Winston-Salem State University from July 27 – Aug. 2, attracting 30 aspiring teachers from schools

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Early voting plan unpopular

    Early  voting plan unpopular

(pictured above:  Fleming El-Amin sits on the three-member Board of Elections.) Some Forsyth County residents are fuming about a proposed early voting plan that they say is unkind to Democratic-friendly, minority

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Church that lost pastor unexpectedly fills pulpit

  Church that lost pastor  unexpectedly fills pulpit

(pictured above: New Friendship Pastor Lester Boyd with his wife, Sharon.) The new pastor of Friendship Baptist Church is vowing to

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Davenport hopes internships help foster success

  Davenport hopes internships help foster success

(pictured above: John Davenport Jr. (second from left) poses with interns Darian Thompson, Lazar Trifunovic and Sam Starks.) John Davenport Jr.

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Public feedback window to close on Business 40 revamp

  Public feedback window to close on Business 40 revamp

Main entranceway into downtown still to be determined (pictured above: NCDOT’s Jamille Robbins addresses locals.) The public is still weighing

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More help pours in for ‘Heroes’ project

  More help pours in for ‘Heroes’ project

(pictured above:  The future homes for veterans on Cameron Avenue.) Wells Fargo Bank pitched in money and manpower Friday to help

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Cops serve lunch to folks in need

  Cops serve lunch to folks in need

(pictured above:  Kevin Walker Young helpers Kyan and Symiyah pose with (from left) Sgt. Tim James, Officer Latrina Leak, Capt. Natoshia James,

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Not in Our Backyard!

  Not in Our Backyard!

Petition calls for motel to be shut down (pictured above:  The Royal Inn is the focus of residents’ ire.) An

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