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‘What Would You Do?’ reporter to speak at DCCC

    ‘What Would You Do?’  reporter to speak at DCCC

Emmy award-winner and ABC News journalist John Quiñones will discuss the power of education when he visits Davidson County Community College on Nov. 11 as part of the college’s Distinguished

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Sunday voting rally attracts hundreds

    Sunday voting rally attracts hundreds

(pictured above:  Marchers depart from United Metropolitan on Sunday.) They marched. They chanted and sang. They voted. Souls to the Polls in Winston-Salem accomplished its mission Sunday. About 300 people left

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Inspired by Tragedy

    Inspired by Tragedy

(pictured above:  TaWanna Archia) Domestic violence education group holding first program A new organization is working to equip women – young and old – with tools and knowledge to escape

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Surprise for Superhero principal

    Surprise for Superhero principal

(pictured above:  Ron Davis reacts to his surprise gift.) Ron Davis, the principal of Gibson Elementary School, is a fan of comic-book  superheroes, especially the X-Men. When curriculum coordinator Amy

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A Place at the Table

    A Place at the Table

(pictured above: Family members touch Michael Brown’s copper-top vault during his burial at St. Peter’s Cemetery in Normandy, Mo.) Ministers want

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Pharmacist is offering customers an alternative

    Pharmacist is offering customers an alternative

(pictured above: Chanel Davis Southside Discount Pharmacy is located in Southeast Plaza.) At Southside Discount Pharmacy, Ahunna Freeman wants to change

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Author tells story of her family and black Bethania in new book

    Author tells story of her family and black Bethania in new book

(pictured above:  Photo fromAfrican-American Sons & Daughters of Bethania, N.C. This vintage photo shows students at Cedar Grove School.) Priscilla

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Ephesus won’t boot students after demise of vouchers

    Ephesus won’t boot students after demise of vouchers

Parents who have put their children in private school through a state voucher program find themselves at a crossroads after

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Missionaries returning to Charlotte from Liberia

    Missionaries returning to Charlotte from Liberia

(pictured above: Nancy Writebol with her husband, David.) The Charlotte-based international Christian mission organization SIM USA announced over the weekend

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Warehouse continues to be a constant for teachers

    Warehouse continues to be a constant for teachers

(pictured above:  Free supplies of every sort imaginable await local teachers at the Educator Warehouse.) Teachers – or parents – didn’t

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