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Early voting plan unpopular

    Early  voting plan unpopular

(pictured above:  Fleming El-Amin sits on the three-member Board of Elections.) Some Forsyth County residents are fuming about a proposed early voting plan that they say is unkind to Democratic-friendly, minority

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Davenport hopes internships help foster success

    Davenport hopes internships help foster success

(pictured above: John Davenport Jr. (second from left) poses with interns Darian Thompson, Lazar Trifunovic and Sam Starks.) John Davenport Jr. is determined to pay it forward. “Everyone is not going

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More help pours in for ‘Heroes’ project

    More help pours in for ‘Heroes’ project

(pictured above:  The future homes for veterans on Cameron Avenue.) Wells Fargo Bank pitched in money and manpower Friday to help convert dilapidated houses on Cameron Avenue into affordable units for

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Native son returning to help Club raise cash

    Native son returning  to help Club raise cash

(pictured above:  NBA star and Forsyth County native Chris Paul poses with youngsters at last year’s Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club dinner.) A familiar agency is a rasing money so

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Centenarian Status

    Centenarian Status

Macie Sibert was born at the start of WWI (pictured above:  Tom Jones praises his aunt Macie Sibert (seated, center).

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Cops serve lunch to folks in need

    Cops serve lunch to folks in need

(pictured above:  Kevin Walker Young helpers Kyan and Symiyah pose with (from left) Sgt. Tim James, Officer Latrina Leak, Capt. Natoshia James,

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Not in Our Backyard!

    Not in Our Backyard!

Petition calls for motel to be shut down (pictured above:  The Royal Inn is the focus of residents’ ire.) An

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The mission is fitness at Winston-Salem State kids’ camp

    The mission is fitness at  Winston-Salem State kids’ camp

(pictured above:  Camp attendees take swimming lessons.) Winston-Salem State University is doing its part to combat the nation’s troubling youth

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Retiring chief gives charge to new recruits

    Retiring chief gives charge to new recruits

(pictured above:  Tomesia Barnes helps Chad Royster pin a badge on his father, Charles.) As one of the newest members

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Group: Hospitals should pay more

    Group: Hospitals should pay more

Meshon Payton, a fast food eatery employee, traveled from Durham to Winston-Salem Tuesday to march with a small group of

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