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Parkland runners college-bound

    Parkland runners college-bound

(pictured above:  Ebony Williams (front, from left) with Katlin Sherman, Erin Morrison (backrow) Miaysha Bryant, Ila Mumford and Nateja Hale.) Parkland’s girls have a serious sisterhood in track and field. This

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New Carver principal picked

    New Carver principal picked

Travis Taylor has been named the new principal of Carver High School. He replaces Ronald Travis, who will be the principal of Main Street Academy. Taylor has been the principal

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Several promoted at WSPD

    Several promoted at WSPD

Winston-Salem Police Chief Barry D. Rountree has promoted seven police officers and two non-sworn personnel. Lt. Catrina Thompson was promoted to captain and will command the Criminal Investigations Division. Thompson

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Principal of the Year honor for Childers 

    Principal of the Year honor for Childers 

Joe Childers, the principal of Atkins Academic & Technology High School, has been named a 2014 Regional Principal of the Year by the Magnet Schools of America, the national association

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Rountree promotes officers

Police Chief Barry D. Rountree of the Winston-Salem Police Department has promoted 17 police officers. Captain Bryan Blakley was promoted

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Rams vow to fight voting changes

    Rams vow to fight voting changes

Just weeks after arriving back on campus, Winston-Salem State University students are mobilizing for a cause that hits close to

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Schools get new principals

    Schools get new principals

Three new principals have been hired by the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education. Teresa Dees will be the principal of

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Professors to live with students in dorms

    Professors to live with students in dorms

After nearly 30 years in academia, Dr. JoAnne Banks has practically seen it all. But Banks, the Bertha L. Shelton

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Making us laugh comes naturally for homegrown talent

    Making us laugh comes naturally for homegrown talent

Every time city native Jeremy “JJ” Johnson hits the field at BB&T Ballpark, he is one step closer to achieving

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Marker to immortalize Reynolds union

    Marker to immortalize Reynolds union

Twenty years before the now-famous March on Washington, workers in Winston-Salem were fighting for their rights through Local 22 of

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