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Banner year for W-S Street School

    Banner year for W-S Street School

The Winston-Salem Street School, a small private alternative education program here in our community, is celebrating a couple of milestones this year. First, students, faculty and staff will be completing

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Union leaders recalled as trailblazers

    Union leaders recalled as trailblazers

A permanent tribute to workers whose strike led to the formation of a landmark union now stands at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and Fourth Street. A

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Kernersville Spring Folly incorporates more activities which appeal to seniors in the community

    Kernersville Spring Folly incorporates more activities which appeal to seniors in the community

Seniors have always enjoyed Kernersville’s Spring Folly as they explore the music, arts & crafts, commercial areas of the festival, and walking through the car show. The Shepherd’s Center of

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Diggs-Latham hosts black history extravaganza

    Diggs-Latham hosts  black history extravaganza

Black History Month at Diggs-Latham Elementary Magnet School for Arts and Global Studies ended with a culminating celebration of speeches, singing and dancing. Community members, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Central Office

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First Calvary to mark anniversaries next month

    First Calvary to mark  anniversaries next month

First Calvary Baptist Church, 401 N. Woodland Ave., is celebrating for the entire month of April as the church marks

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Sit-in movement focus of school’s Read-in

    Sit-in movement focus of school’s Read-in

On Friday Feb. 8, students at Diggs-Latham Elementary School gathered in the gym for a “Read-In” event to commemorate the

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Students Salute Veterans

    Students Salute Veterans

  The student body of Old Richmond Elementary School in Tobaccoville became a flag waving chorus on Friday during a

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WSSU students to sing with other HBCU students in D.C.

    WSSU students to sing with other HBCU students in D.C.

Antony Howard and Jonathan Figgers will represent Winston-Salem State University in the 105 Voices of History HBCU National Concert Choir’s

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