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Safe Bikeways

    Safe Bikeways

Judi Wallace helps Trinity Lawson secure her helmet Saturday during the dedication program for the new “Safety Town” bike training course at the intersection of North Cherry Street and Northwest

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NCCU’s New Endowed Professorship

    NCCU’s New Endowed Professorship

North Carolina Central University has established the John Neville Distinguished Professorship in Visual and Performing Arts with a $500,000 endowed gift from the C.D. Spangler Foundation. The professorship is named

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Williams: Ill should have right to end their life

    Williams: Ill should have right to end their life

Montel Williams advocates for end-of-life choice, including aid in dying, in the spring issue of Compassion & Choices Magazine. The former Emmy-winning talk show host, who revealed in 1999 that

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Senior golfers host annual Blaylock Tournament

    Senior golfers host annual Blaylock Tournament

The 15th Annual James E. Blaylock Senior Golf Tournament was held Saturday, May 4 at Winston Lake Golf Course. The

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Old Salem seeks to raise $17.66 million

    Old Salem seeks to raise $17.66 million

Old Salem Museums & Gardens has lunched a capital campaign. The public phase of the fundraising campaign, themed “On Common

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Sprinter Sessoms runs among state’s best

    Sprinter Sessoms runs among state’s best

Prior to the start of the outdoor track season, sprinter Brian Sessoms Jr. was an unknown commodity. But with two

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Local home sales are on the rise

    Local home sales are on the rise

The Winston-Salem Regional Association of Realtors (WSRAR) reported recently that existing home sales in March of 2013 increased over 37

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Worship service to end centennial celebration

Winston-Salem’s four-day centennial celebration will conclude May 12 with an open-air multi-congregational worship service and Moravian love feast at 4

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Rooms to Go help schools create comfy reading spots

    Rooms to Go help schools  create comfy reading spots

Rooms To Go has donated furniture to Livingstone College as part of its Reading for Excellence Centers program. “We’re grateful

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