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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 North Carolina’s working families and the economy as a whole.”

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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 guest revivalist at Diggs Memorial United Holy Church, 125 N.

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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, Texas.   Thirty-nine teams from around the world participated. The

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College-Bound

    College-Bound

Israel Suarez poses with his mother, Isabella Acosta, at the annual Crosby Scholars Senior Gala Monday night at the Benton Convention Center. Suarez, a senior at Reagan High School, was

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Morris joins Arts Council

    Morris joins Arts Council

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has named Susan Morris as director of Community Resource Development. Morris has

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Scholarly Pursuits

    Scholarly Pursuits

Crosby program honors participants Standing on the cusp of a new chapter of his life is bittersweet for 18 year-old

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Cross Cultural Unions

    Cross Cultural Unions

Bennett College now has partnerships with three Ghanaian universities: the University of Ghana, the University of Cape Coast and Kwame

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LWS holding interest reception

    LWS holding interest reception

Leadership Winston-Salem is accepting applications for its nine-month community leadership program, which will begin in October 2013 and end in

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Doctor meshes faith and health

    Doctor meshes  faith and health

Dr. Kara Davis is unique in the field of medicine.  Most physicians lean on their medical books and training when evaluating their

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Salem students take mission trip

    Salem students take mission trip

A group of Salem Academy students, along with faculty chaperones, spent their spring break doing good for others on a

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