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MLK plaque hung at City Hall

    MLK plaque hung at City Hall

City leaders paid homage to a piece of local history Tuesday, with the unveiling of a commemorative plaque in historic City Hall. The plaque, which adorns the wall just outside

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Playhouse to present ‘North Star’

    Playhouse to present ‘North Star’

The Stained Glass Playhouse, 4401 Indiana Ave., will present Gloria Bond Clunie’s “North Star” in honor of National Black History Month. Produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Co.,

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Class of ’63 balanced classes with civil disobedience

    Class of ’63 balanced classes with civil disobedience

The Winston-Salem State University Class of 1963 helped to shape the Civil Rights Movement and make inroads for those who followed them. The past struggles and successes were a major

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Editorial RIP North Carolina

    Editorial RIP North Carolina

Talk of North Carolina’s demise hasn’t been exaggerated – unfortunately. The Tarheel State is the talk of the nation; a General Assembly and Governor’s Mansion full of neo-conservatives has made us

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Large crowd denounces Trayvon verdict

    Large crowd denounces Trayvon verdict

Local residents took to the streets en masse Tuesday to protest a Florida jury’s finding in the murder of 17

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Editorial: Mad Women and Black-on-Black Crime

    Editorial: Mad Women and Black-on-Black Crime

The weekly Moral Monday rally at the General Assembly saw a swelling in attendance this week, courtesy of the latest

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First Waughtown gives kids experience of a lifetime

    First Waughtown gives kids experience of a lifetime

“This is awesome!”  That was the reaction of 32 young people who traveled to Washington, D.C. on June 1 to

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Rountree and High Court

    Rountree and High Court

New Winston-Salem Police Chief Barry Rountree made national headlines last week for all the wrong reasons. Blogs and web sites

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M&F top honors go to Marsh and Patterson

    M&F top honors go to Marsh and Patterson

Mechanic & Farmers Bank has awarded its 2013 Founders Awards to William A. “Billy” Marsh Jr., a renowned civil rights

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End of Long Road for Eure

    End of Long Road for Eure

WFU professor/leader retiring after nearly 40 years Dr. Herman Eure shattered the glass ceiling at Wake Forest University 39 years ago.

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