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First tag and tax notices going out

    First tag and tax  notices going out

The first combined tag and tax notices will soon arrive in mailboxes of North Carolinians with bills that are due in July. The new bills will reflect both vehicle property

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DCCC students attend WSSU hip hop conference

    DCCC students attend WSSU hip hop conference

Six students from Davidson County Community College were recently invited to participate in a Hip-Hop Summit, an event created to support a need for awareness and insight into a revolutionary

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Carver team designs robots for competition

For the third consecutive year, a Carver High School team took part in the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC), a premier engineering challenge for high school students from across the nation.

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Links Connect

    Links Connect

Program aims to inspire middle schoolers Students at East Forsyth Middle School learned last week that the road to success can be more than a little bumpy. Winston-Salem State University

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Letters To The Editor: YMCA needs diversity

    Letters To The Editor: YMCA needs diversity

YMCA needs diversity To the Editor: I have been going over the events that happened in the meeting that took

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Collins to receive community awards

    Collins to receive community awards

Winston-Salem State University Head Men’s Basketball Coach Bobby Collins has been selected for two local community service awards. Collins will

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“This Little Light of Mine,” “Amazing Grace,” “After All I’ve Been Through, I Still Have Joy” are some of the

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Ware named CEO at Children’s Home

    Ware named CEO at Children’s Home

Maurice D. Ware, a seasoned health care professional and educator, has been named CEO of The Children’s Home, effective May

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Labor union marker to be unveiled today

    Labor union marker to be unveiled today

A fertile period of labor organizing in the tobacco industry during the 1940s fed into the Civil Rights Movement. A

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Skills camp about more than b-ball

    Skills camp about more than b-ball

Two churches and two college basketball teams came together Saturday to hold a basketball camp for more than 100 children.

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