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Clinton a college grad at 43

    Clinton a college grad at 43

Alicia T. Clinton earned her undergraduate degree from Winston-Salem State University last month at the age of 43. Clinton, who compeleted her degree requirements in December, graduated Summa Cum Laude,

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Carver salutes stellar Class of ’13

    Carver salutes stellar Class of ’13

Carver High School held Senior Awards Day on May 24. The Class of 2013 will attend colleges and universities far and wide, including North Carolina Central University, Winston-Salem State University,

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Student scholars saluted at Breakfast of Champions

    Student scholars saluted  at Breakfast of Champions

The Crosby Scholars program handed out a slew of scholarships on May 21 during its Breakfast of Champions at the Ninth Annual Crosby Scholars Invitational. The 2012-2013 recipient of the

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It’s ’Tree!

Winston-Salem Assistant Police Chief Barry D. Rountree will be the city’s next police chief, City Manager Lee Garrity announced last week. Rountree, a 25-year WSPD veteran, was one of three

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The NASCAR Challenge

    The NASCAR Challenge

WSSU Football players test their pit crew skills NASCAR Drive for Diversity held a combine at Winston-Salem State University last week,

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Military Achievements

    Military Achievements

Air Force Airman 1st Class Clayton D. Ayers graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San

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Safety rules remain as pool season starts

    Safety rules remain as pool season starts

Bolton Pool, which opened over the Memorial Day holiday, will also be open June 1-2, as will Polo Pool. The

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Saluting Women

    Saluting Women

YWCA honors local heroines The YWCA of Winston-Salem honored seven of the city’s leading ladies during the agency’s 2013 Women of

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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

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