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Five members are inducted into Winston-Salem Links chapter

    Five members are  inducted into Winston-Salem Links chapter

In photo above: Newly inducted members of the Winston-Salem Chapter of The Links Inc. (l-r):  Reba Hayes Warren, Deborah Washington-McNeill, Kimberly Moore, Monica Rivers and Sonny S. Haynes. (Submitted Photo)

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‘Little’ Reading Program Takes Off

    ‘Little’ Reading Program Takes Off

Book sharing program aims to bond neighbors (pictured above: President Sandra Stinson (second from left) celebrates the library’s opening with fellow Neal Place residents.) They’re little, but their ability to bring

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Black History Month?

    Black History Month?

Some say annual celebration has become trite (pictured above: Yolanda Bolden at the East Winston Heritage Center.) The black history flood gates opened on Feb. 1 and closes shut again March

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Kwanzaa events start Thursday evening

Following the hustle and bustle of Christmas, residents from across the community will come together this week, during the Winston-Salem City-Wide Kwanzaa Celebration. An annual Twin City tradition, the seven-daylong

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‘Core’ of the Matter

    ‘Core’ of the Matter

New school achievement standards taking some getting used to The rollout of North Carolina’s new Common Core State Standards curriculum

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New superintendent vows to earn trust

    New superintendent vows to earn trust

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education has selected its first-ever female superintendent. During a special called meeting at the Board

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Kimberley using program to help students deal with anger, other emotions

    Kimberley using program to help  students deal with anger, other emotions

Kimberley Park Elementary is among the local schools using Karen Cuthrell’s “The Feeling Friends” program to teach students how to

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BPI supporters wined and dined

    BPI supporters wined and dined

    Members of the Black Philanthropy Initiative of the Winston-Salem Foundation touted past successes and solicited future support Tuesday

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