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Election Hurdle Higher

    Election Hurdle Higher

After injunction denial, locals say registration, turnout key (pictured above:  Linda Sutton speaks at a rally in July.) Local leaders are disappointed by last week’s decision to deny an injunction that

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IDs aren’t required, but voters will see changes

    IDs aren’t required, but voters will see changes

With the May 6 primary election quickly approaching, voting rights advocates and candidates alike are scrambling to make sure that voters are empowered – and inspired – to hit the

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A Call for Legislative Morality

    A Call for Legislative Morality

(pictured above:  Local Moral Monday attendees (front row, from left): Oriana McConnell, Rev. C. Anthony Jones, Marina Skinner, Peggy Weir, Cornelia Barr (back row, from left): Rev. Willard Bass, Michael

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Protestors target state budget director’s retail empire

    Protestors target state budget director’s retail empire

(pictured above: Picketers brave the rain Monday to protest outside of a Durham Roses store.) Protestors are expected to gather outside Northside Shopping Center Saturday near the Maxway store for

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Candidates speak at first major forum of election season

    Candidates speak at first major forum of election season

Voters were courted last Thursday evening as candidates for City Council stated their cases at a forum held at the

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Residents push-back against proposed energy rate hike

    Residents push-back against proposed energy rate hike

Opposition is strong to Duke Energy Carolinas’ request for a nearly 10 percent rate increase. The energy giant’s request must

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Marker to immortalize Reynolds union

    Marker to immortalize Reynolds union

Twenty years before the now-famous March on Washington, workers in Winston-Salem were fighting for their rights through Local 22 of

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Watt loses many Forsyth constituents

    Watt loses many Forsyth constituents

Forsyth County residents who thought they were being represented in Washington, D.C. by U.S. Rep. Mel Watt may get a

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