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Former Brown Elementary being demolished

    Former Brown Elementary being demolished

Demolition began last week on the former Brown Elementary school.

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Thompson is named W-S top cop

    Thompson is named  W-S top cop

Last week Assistant Chief Catrina A. Thompson was officially announced as the city’s 15th chief of the Winston-Salem Police Department.

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Mo Lucas honored on Citizen’s Memorial Wall

    Mo Lucas honored on Citizen’s Memorial Wall

The late Moses “Mo” Lucas was honored for mentoring generations of young people with a bronze plaque at Evergreen Cemetery.

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Rountree recalls community work as he departs WSPD

    Rountree recalls community work as he departs WSPD

When Chief Barry Rountree joined the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) in 1988, he didn’t initially plan to be there long.

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Old Salem is continuing the conversation

  Old Salem is continuing the conversation

The last in a three part series on Old Salem’s Hidden Town Project, which explores the lives of enslaved African Americans in Salem.

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Slaves and freemen lived in shadows of Salem

  Slaves and freemen lived in shadows of Salem

It is impossible to tell the Salem’s story without the narratives of enslaved blacks and freemen like Peter Oliver, Johann Samuel and countless others.

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W-S OKs Sunday morning alcohol

  W-S OKs Sunday morning alcohol

Military incentives, serving alcohol on Sunday and where newspaper racks can go downtown were among the items approved by the City Council on Monday.

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People protect Confederate monument downtown

  People protect Confederate monument downtown

The Confederate monument at the former county courthouse in downtown Winston-Salem has become a source of controversy.

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WSPD: KKK did not apply for march permit in Winston-Salem

  WSPD: KKK did not apply for march permit in Winston-Salem

To this date the Winston-Salem Police Department has received no requests from or issued any permits to the KKK.

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Parties come together

  Parties come together

The unrest in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend has spurred much reaction across the nation and in Winston-Salem.

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