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WSSU alumna Byrd lands new job

    WSSU alumna Byrd lands new job

The Department of Foundational Studies and Academic Support at Davidson County Community College recently hired Michelle A. Byrd as the curriculum development specialist. In her position, Byrd is responsible for

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Mechanics and Farmers and I.L. Long  picked to make new ESR a reality

    Mechanics and Farmers and I.L. Long  picked to make new ESR a reality

I.L. Long  Construction Co. has been named the general contractor for the new Experiment in Self-Reliance (ESR) headquarters and Mechanics and Farmers Bank has been chosen to underwrite the loan.

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New Digs

    New Digs

The North Carolina State Bar, the state agency responsible for regulating the practice of law, hosted a grand opening celebration April 17 for its new Raleigh headquarters at the southwest

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Center: Boost in minimum wage would help North Carolinians

    Center: Boost in minimum wage would help North Carolinians

A new report from the North Carolina Justice Center finds that raising the minimum wage would have “far-reaching impacts on North Carolina’s working families and the economy as a whole.”

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Cross Cultural Unions

    Cross Cultural Unions

Bennett College now has partnerships with three Ghanaian universities: the University of Ghana, the University of Cape Coast and Kwame

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LWS holding interest reception

    LWS holding interest reception

Leadership Winston-Salem is accepting applications for its nine-month community leadership program, which will begin in October 2013 and end in

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Principals Ash and Hairston receive new assignments

    Principals Ash and Hairston receive new assignments

Former Ashley IB Elementary School Principal Robert Ash is now leading Speas Elementary School and will soon be replaced at

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A&T Fulbright Scholar to study in UK

    A&T Fulbright Scholar to study in UK

North Carolina A&T State University senior Emmanuel Johnson is headed to graduate school at the University of Birmingham in the

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Corporate boards in N.C. still lag in diversity

    Corporate boards in  N.C. still lag in diversity

The diversity of corporate boards in North Carolina has stagnated since 2009 and significantly lags behind the diversity of Fortune

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Transportation planners coming to town

    Transportation planners coming to town

Transportation planners from throughout North Carolina will convene in Winston-Salem May 15-17 for their annual conference. Citizens who are interested

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