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Group brings Liberian valedictorian to study in W-S

    Group brings Liberian valedictorian to study in W-S

The Liberian Organization of the Piedmont (LOP) gave Lexanndine Taylor, who graduated top of her class at the University of Liberia, a chance to study at Wake Forest University (WFU)

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‘It’s a beautiful thing’

    ‘It’s a beautiful thing’

Liberty Market reopens with urban farmers The Liberty Street Market reopened with a variety of urban farmers from the community on Saturday, July 8. The market consists of two shelters

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Protesters demand town hall with Burr

    Protesters demand town hall with Burr

For the second time in less than three weeks, hundreds of people gathered outside the local office of Sen. Richard Burr to protest the GOP health care bill. Earlier this

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Hundreds celebrate legacy of city’s first black neighborhood

    Hundreds celebrate legacy of city’s first black neighborhood

Last weekend residents from the past and present came together to celebrate the city’s first established black community during the 24th annual Happy Hill Reunion. The legacy of Happy Hill,

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LOC: End gun violence, gang activity

  LOC: End gun violence,  gang activity

Less than 24 hours after four people were shot in the 2000 block of Patria Street, more than a dozen

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Immigrants celebrate July 4th by becoming citizens

  Immigrants celebrate July 4th by becoming citizens

The United States welcomed 50 new citizens from 26 countries at the Independence Day Naturalization Ceremony held at Old Salem

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First responders talk scope of opioid epidemic

  First responders talk scope of opioid epidemic

The scope of the opioid epidemic and what can be done about it, including needle exchanges and a suggestion for

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Winston-Salem mother takes sanctuary from deportation in Greensboro church

  Winston-Salem mother takes sanctuary from deportation in Greensboro church

A local mother facing deportation became the second woman in the state to seek sanctuary in a church last week.

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Despite deficit, Urban League reports gains in community

  Despite deficit, Urban League reports gains in community

Winston-Salem Urban League Chairwoman Alison Ashe-Card said the nonprofit will promote social and economic progress despite its budget deficit.

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Urban farming coming to local neighborhood

  Urban farming coming to local neighborhood

The Boston-Thurmond celebration kicked with a groundbreaking on the $1.1 million Hydroponics Aquaponics Urban Farming Center located near Kimberley Park.

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