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Conversation Now or Crisis Later? Your choice.

    Conversation Now or Crisis Later?   Your choice.

By Dee Leahman, Dee Leahman is the director of community education at Hospice & Palliative CareCenter.  I’d like to tell you a true story about the importance of conversations about

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Older American’s Month: Unleash the Power of Age

    Older American’s Month: Unleash the Power of Age

When Older Americans Month was established in 1963, only 17 million living Americans had reached their 65th birthdays. About a third of older Americans lived in poverty and there were

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Veterans help get students closer to D.C.

    Veterans help get students closer to D.C.

Fifth graders at Ashley IB Magnet Elementary School got a history lesson and a boost for a future learning experience earlier this week. Representatives from the HARRY Veteran Community Outreach

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Little rest for year-round athlete

    Little rest for  year-round athlete

Lynch is standout in three sports Centerfielder Sybil Lynch of Pine Manor College (Mass.) is a multi-talented athlete who makes difficult plays look easy. In an early round of the

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Students inspired by Monique Johnson

    Students inspired by Monique Johnson

The Diamond Club, a female success and service club at Carver High School, hosted a visit by Monique Johnson on

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Girls’ squad takes on coed team

    Girls’ squad takes on coed team

Optimist Soccer’s The Rockets took on a U-10 coed team from Pilot Mountain sponsored by Mezzy’s Pizza on Saturday. The

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A Mother’s Love

    A Mother’s Love

Honors bestowed upon community matriarchs Mother’s Day came a little early for a group of local women. More than two

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UL to hold Community Day at new facility

    UL to hold Community Day at new facility

The Winston-Salem Urban League (WSUL) invites community residents and organizations to its Community Fun Day on Saturday, May 4 at

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Local residents sign YWCA’s anti-bias pledge

    Local residents sign YWCA’s anti-bias pledge

The Gateway YWCA took a stand against bigotry Friday, joining YW branches across the country. This was the first year

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Mechanics and Farmers and I.L. Long  picked to make new ESR a reality

    Mechanics and Farmers and I.L. Long  picked to make new ESR a reality

I.L. Long  Construction Co. has been named the general contractor for the new Experiment in Self-Reliance (ESR) headquarters and Mechanics

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