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Davenport to run At-large

    Davenport to run At-large

At least one District 1 seat on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education will be up for grabs this election cycle. John Davenport Jr., who currently occupies one of the

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War on Kwanzaa?

    War on Kwanzaa?

Hundreds of local residents attended Kwanzaa celebrations this week and last week at several venues throughout the city. Folks danced, laughed, fellowshipped and positively reflected on the tumultuous road African

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Expectant moms experience ups and downs of pregnancy together

    Expectant moms experience ups and downs of pregnancy together

Part check up, part support group, the Centering Pregnancy program at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s Downtown Health Plaza is helping to reduce the county’s staggering premature birth rate and

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Not much 109-year-old matriarch has not seen

(pictured above:  Ina Cook (center) with her daughters Kathleen Satterfield (left) and Sue Vogler.) When it comes to U.S. history, Winston-Salem resident Ina Cook has practically seen it all. Cook, a native

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United in Faith

    United in Faith

Festival brings together Christians, Jews, Muslims, Hindus and others On Sunday, area youth and their families were afforded a rare

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Editorial: Common Core, White Power

    Editorial: Common Core, White Power

Parents have been advised to expect their kids to bring home lower End-of-Course (EOC) and End-of-Grade (EOG) scores when they

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EDITORIAL: Lose “Redskins” name

    EDITORIAL: Lose “Redskins” name

I cannot let a football season open without raising the question of the names of sports teams generally and the

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Jogging While Black

    Jogging While Black

Noted sociologist says fears keep many African Americans from exercising A rising star in the sociology field said that black

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Talk of HBCU consolidation blasted

    Talk of HBCU consolidation blasted

A national report probes the problems that historically black colleges and universities face, as there is new talk in North

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‘Hattie’ author shares her story at Salem

    ‘Hattie’ author shares her story at Salem

Ayana Mathis discussed her novel “The 12 Tribes of Hattie” on Sept. 17 at Salem College. The book, the Philadelphia

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