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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 to engage community in talks about Ferguson and other topics

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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 Kerins had always wanted to learn more about her family

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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 the way pharmacists deal with customers. “I was a retail

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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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Preparing for the Careers of Tomorrow

    Preparing for the Careers of Tomorrow

Dr. Elijah O. Onsomu, an assistant professor of in the School of Health Sciences’ Division of Nursing at Winston-Salem State

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Start of Something New

    Start of Something New

Ambitious Global United Fellowship brings international ‘Gathering’ to town (pictured above: Global United Fellowship Presiding Bishop Neil C. Ellis (center) stands

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Editorial: Ikea Gets It

    Editorial: Ikea Gets It

President Obama would like the national minimum wage to rise to $10.10 an hour.  By executive order, he raised the

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