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Silence Speaks 1,000 Words

    Silence Speaks 1,000 Words

Protestors take stand over state education cuts (pictured above:  Protesters stand silently holding signs outside the Forsyth County Government Building.) Local members of the North Carolina Association of Educators and

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Public speaks and coach is rehired

    Public speaks and coach is rehired

(pictured above:  Atkins Academic and Technology High School on Old Greensboro Road opened in 2005.) Students, their parents and others came to Coach Eric Puryear’s defense when he was fired

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House Calls

    House Calls

Doctors pulling summer volunteer duty at Senior Services (pictured above:  Dr. Julia Williams gives a meal to Josie Shirley.) Most Americans take some kind of vacation during the summer, including the

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Arena football team looks to make community impact

    Arena football team looks to make community impact

(pictured above:  Players are preparing for an exciting season of football action.) A new Winston-Salem arena football team is looking for players who are passionate about the sport and willing

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Election Hurdle Higher

  Election Hurdle Higher

After injunction denial, locals say registration, turnout key (pictured above:  Linda Sutton speaks at a rally in July.) Local leaders are

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Peace of Mind

  Peace of Mind

National Night Out events held in Winston-Salem (pictured above:  Four-year-old Diontez Hylton dribbles a basketball near an inflatable basketball hoop.) Residents

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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

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McDonald’s grant gets WS/FC schools out of a jam

  McDonald’s grant gets WS/FC schools out of a jam

(pictured above:  Ronald McDonald leads kids in a health and wellness program.) A grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) has

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After 44 years, Johnson ready for post-retirement challenges

  After 44 years, Johnson ready for post-retirement challenges

(pictured above:  Dot Johnson addresses attendees at her retirement reception on July 31.) After dedicating four decades to helping others

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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.)

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