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Community bids adieu to Rescue Mission leader

    Community bids adieu to Rescue Mission leader

(pictured above:  Dan Parsons (left) greets Drs. Dorothy Bethea (center) and Chinyu Wu.) After more than a decade at the helm of the Winston-Salem Rescue Mission, Director Dan Parsons is retiring,

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FOL fall fundraiser moves to the spring

    FOL fall fundraiser moves to the spring

The Winston-Salem State University Friends of the Library, a fundraising arm of the school’s C.G. O’Kelly Library, is postponing its annual fall fundraiser so that it won’t conflict with a

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Huge UNC honor for Anderson

    Huge UNC honor for Anderson

Winston-Salem’s own Rudy Anderson Jr. took home top honors for his contributions as an employee of Winston-Salem State University. Anderson, the director of Internal Communications at WSSU, is the recipient

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Film on race debuts in Wilmington

    Film on race debuts in Wilmington

“Racial Taboo,” a documentary film that features many North Carolinians, was premiered earlier last month at Wilmington’s City Stage Theater. The site was significant; City Stage is a historically segregated

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‘Twin Poets’ use rhyme to change lives

    ‘Twin Poets’ use rhyme to change lives

Words have power. Twins Nnamdi Chukwuocha and Albert “Al” Mills have carved their lives – and their careers – out

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The Road Forward

    The Road Forward

New leadership team vows to work to make Winston Lake Y better, stronger Burlington native Terry Smith has assumed the

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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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Dallas’ first black DA shares innovative approach to crime fighting

    Dallas’ first black DA shares innovative approach to crime fighting

Craig Wakins made history in 2006 when he became the first African American in Texas history to be elected as

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Noted director helping local students make films

    Noted director helping  local students make films

“We’re rolling,” called out the director. “Action!” With student Lanaiya Jennings operating the movie camera, student Effren Rumbo started walking

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Human Relations Award Honoree: Dr. Medge Owen

    Human Relations Award Honoree:  Dr. Medge Owen

Human Relations Award Honoree In underdeveloped countries, child birth can be a life-threatening ordeal for mother and child. Dr. Medge

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