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Editorial: Lackluster Primary

    Editorial: Lackluster Primary

Were you surprised by any of last week’s primary election results? We weren’t, for the most part. The margins of victory in the East Ward and Northeast Ward contests were

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Incumbents stay put

    Incumbents stay put

After months of campaigning, voters spoke Tuesday, choosing City Council incumbents over their challengers. Mayor Allen Joines handily won a fourth term. Complete, unofficial results show he received nearly 88.5

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Hispanic Democrats use forum to gauge primary candidates

    Hispanic Democrats use forum to gauge primary candidates

Mayoral and City Council hopefuls vied for support Tuesday during a forum hosted by the Hispanic-American Democrats. A strong showing of municipal candidates expounded upon their backgrounds, expertise and viewpoints

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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 Forsyth County Behavioral Health Plaza. Sponsored by the Winston-Salem Urban

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Large crowd denounces Trayvon verdict

    Large crowd denounces Trayvon verdict

Local residents took to the streets en masse Tuesday to protest a Florida jury’s finding in the murder of 17

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Incumbents and hopefuls file for Council seats

    Incumbents and hopefuls file for Council seats

Mayor Allen Joines officially kicked off his re-election Monday at the Forsyth County Government Center, just before making his way

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Former rivals to face each other again in East Ward

    Former rivals to face each other again in East Ward

The race for the East Ward City Council seat is shaping up to be a repeat of 2009. Both City

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Community advocates see good, bad in state of black leadership

    Community advocates see good, bad in state of black leadership

The heat has been on local African American elected officials – particularly those on the City Council and Forsyth County

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Council to weigh money saving ideas

    Council  to weigh money saving ideas

The City Council is considering a list of recommendations made by the Citizens’ Organizational Efficiency Review Committee (COERC) to increase

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First Calvary to mark anniversaries next month

    First Calvary to mark  anniversaries next month

First Calvary Baptist Church, 401 N. Woodland Ave., is celebrating for the entire month of April as the church marks

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