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First Lady Linville marking three decades as a lawyer

    First Lady Linville marking  three decades as a lawyer

Renita Thompkins Linville, the first lady of Piney Grove Baptist Church, is celebrating her 30th anniversary in the legal profession. Prior to establishing her own law firm in 1987, Linville

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Grant to help produce more minority nurses

The William Randolph Hearst Foundations recently awarded the UNC Charlotte School of Nursing (SON) in the College of Health and Human Services a $100,000 grant to support diverse and minority

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Pro cycling event coming to downtown

    Pro cycling event coming to downtown

The Winston-Salem Cycling Classic, a new professional biking event that will include several races, will be held in downtown Winston-Salem from June 15–16. There will be a total of five

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UNCSA student picked for service opportunities

    UNCSA student picked  for service opportunities

A graduate student at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) has been selected for two highly competitive local leadership and community service opportunities. Eliza Walmsley, a

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For Seniors Only! Stay Healthy…in Water?!

    For Seniors Only!  Stay Healthy…in Water?!

Entering into a pool of water is not something that crosses our mind when we think about exercise but those

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Trio of recent honors for Allen

    Trio of recent  honors  for Allen

Dr. Brenda Allen, the provost at Winston-Salem State University since 2009, has recently been recognized for her achievements by local,

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

LJVM Coliseum sale To the Editor: I realize I am not necessarily the brightest, haven’t had a course in high

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Best “Crowns” selected

    Best “Crowns” selected

“We just know inside that we’re queens, and these are the crowns we wear.” These are the closing lines of

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Students get hands-on experience in burgeoning elder law field

    Students get hands-on experience  in burgeoning elder law field

Elder law used to mean writing a will and choosing a power of attorney should one become disabled. These days,

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Local agency joins push to help older foster children

    Local agency joins push to help older foster children

“Success Beyond 18” was kicked off last week on Capitol Hill. The national campaign aims to create a better path

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