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Pharmacist is offering customers an alternative

    Pharmacist is offering customers an alternative

(pictured above: Chanel Davis Southside Discount Pharmacy is located in Southeast Plaza.) At Southside Discount Pharmacy, Ahunna Freeman wants to change the way pharmacists deal with customers. “I was a retail

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Graduation rates slip at Parkland and WSPA

    Graduation rates slip at Parkland and WSPA

Countywide, graduation rates increased for the seventh straight year, but Parkland High School and Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy saw their rates slip from 2013 to 2014. The drop was significant at

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Marching for Peace

    Marching for Peace

Church encourages residents to take stand against violence (pictured above:  Ebony Mitchell, Rev. Yvonne Hines, Clarissa Mitchell and Moriah Paige prepare to walk.) Dozens of residents took to the streets

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Student enrolled at WSSU at age 16

    Student enrolled at WSSU at age 16

(pictured above:  Zephin Rector takes part in the Through the Archway ceremony for freshmen at WSSU.) Winston-Salem State University welcomed more than 750 freshmen to campus last month. Zephin Rector

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Lyles’ Secrets to Longevity

  Lyles’ Secrets to Longevity

110-year-old is an inspiration to many (pictured above:  Alberta Lyles is escorted to the party by her grandcsons Reginald Bohannon

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Barber decries laws passed in the name of God

  Barber decries laws passed in the name of God

(pictured above:  Dr. Barber greets those who listened to his sermon.) “The Necessity of Moral Dissent in Times Like These”

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East Winston residents vent over construction along U.S. 52

  East Winston residents vent over construction along U.S. 52

(pictured above:  City Council Member Derwin Montgomery addresses the crowd.) Traffic headaches caused by the $68.9 million Salem Creek Connector project

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Circles takes new approach to fighting poverty

  Circles takes new approach to fighting poverty

(pictured above: Circle Leader Denise Terry (center) with her allies, Barbara Keller and Claudia Jokinen.) Circles Winston-Salem held its first “Big

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Ephesus won’t boot students after demise of vouchers

  Ephesus won’t boot students after demise of vouchers

Parents who have put their children in private school through a state voucher program find themselves at a crossroads after

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Expo Makes Grand Debut

  Expo Makes Grand Debut

(pictured above:  Attendees and vendors mill around the inaugural Winston-Salem/Triad Minority Business Expo.) It is said that in business, it is

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