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  Gallins turns 65

      Gallins turns 65

Winston-Salem’s Gallins Foods is celebrating its 65th anniversary. Today, the company offers an array of services and products to area businesses, everything from vending items, coffee and water, to catering

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WSSU’s Sherrod earns teaching award

    WSSU’s Sherrod earns teaching award

Dr. Dennis Sherrod, a professor who holds the Forsyth Medical Center Endowed Chair of Recruitment and Retention in the Division of Nursing at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU), has been selected

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Bogues scores with winning message

    Bogues scores with  winning message

Davidson County Community College in Thomasville recently hosted former NBA star Muggsy Bogues as part of its Campus Speaker Series. Bogues’ theme, “Succeed on Your Own Terms,” was designed to

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WSSU to use grant to help aspiring entrepreneurs

A $40,000 grant from the DataMax Foundation will support efforts by the Center for Entrepreneurship (CFE) at Winston-Salem State University’s School of Business and Economics to encourage new businesses as

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State NAACP leader honored for fighting for all

    State NAACP leader  honored for fighting for all

North Carolina NAACP President Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II recently received two awards acknowledging his work to help re-build

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Moore honored for leading BELL summer program

    Moore honored for leading  BELL summer program

Boston, Mass.-based BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life) has honored an employee for leading a successful local summer program last

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WSSU students to learn hands-on in new trading room

    WSSU students to learn hands-on in new trading room

The School of Business and Economics at Winston-Salem State University has opened a trading room designed to enhance learning experiences

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Report: N.C. women have come far, but equality still not reality

    Report: N.C. women have come far, but  equality still not reality

The N.C. Department of Administration’s Council for Women has released “Status of Women in North Carolina,” a report that tracks

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WFU alum gives $1 million to alma mater

    WFU alum gives $1 million to alma mater

Wake Forest University graduate Wade Murphy (’00) is donating $1 million to support the Humanities Institute, extending the reach and

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Popular pizzeria turns 10

    Popular pizzeria turns 10

Burke Street Pizza, 1140 Burke St., celebrated its 10th anniversary on Feb. 19. The eatery has been a local favorite

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