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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 the local branch has taken part in the national “Stand

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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 and Farmers Bank has been chosen to underwrite the loan.

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Keeping the Faith

    Keeping the Faith

Muslim leaders say don’t paint Islam with broad brush Local Muslims say the April 15 Boston Marathon bombings did not help efforts to convince Americans that their religion is one

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Barber: GOP lawmakers will be judged by God

    Barber: GOP lawmakers will be judged by God

Rev. Dr. William Barber II says North Carolina is on trial. “I come by here to say to all those that wield political power, you’re on trial; you face the

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CIAA commissioner impressed by Rams’ achievements

    CIAA commissioner impressed by Rams’ achievements

The CIAA’s first full-time female commissioner made a stop in the Twin City last week to congratulate Winston-Salem State University

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No Justice, No Peace

    No Justice, No Peace

Equal rights seekers took a page from the past this week when they staged a peaceful “pray-in” at the General

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For Seniors Only! Senior Spotlight – Theresa McCullough

    For Seniors Only!  Senior Spotlight – Theresa McCullough

Name (nicknames)? Theresa Segers McCullough (“Tee” or “Resa”) When and where were you born? April 19, 1932 in Lancaster, South Carolina, then

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Center: Boost in minimum wage would help North Carolinians

    Center: Boost in minimum wage would help North Carolinians

A new report from the North Carolina Justice Center finds that raising the minimum wage would have “far-reaching impacts on

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Singing and Preaching the Gospel

    Singing and Preaching the Gospel

Gospel sensation Rev. Luther Barnes will display both his singing and preaching talents this week in Winston-Salem. He is the

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Aggie team soars at aero competition

    Aggie team soars at  aero competition

The North Carolina A&T State University Aero team recently participated in the SAE Aero Design East competition in Fort Worth,

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