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Mastery of George Black on full display at new development

    Mastery of George Black on full display at new development

(pictured above:  The historic building was constructed with George Black’s bricks.) A local developer is hoping his latest venture raises the standard of quality in the congested downtown living market,

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Start of Something New

    Start of Something New

Ambitious Global United Fellowship brings international ‘Gathering’ to town (pictured above: Global United Fellowship Presiding Bishop Neil C. Ellis (center) stands with (from left) Vice Presiding Bishops Joby Brady, Rudolph McKissick

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Residents want scaled-down bond

    Residents want scaled-down bond

(pictured above:  Council members Derwin Montgmery and Molly Leight address residents’ concerns last week.) The New South Community Coalition is calling on the city to scale back its proposed bond referendum.

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Second chance for historic building

    Second chance for historic building

The City of Winston-Salem Engineering Field Office and Winston-Salem Police Department’s Community Resources Unit now call the historic Winston Mutual Building home. City leaders held a dedication and open house

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Critics decry proposed child care cuts

    Critics decry proposed child care cuts

(pictured above:  Rep. Garland Pierce speaks out about the proposed Senate budget cuts.) Parents who currently receive a state subsidy to

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Convention brings dozens of Liberians to Winston

    Convention brings dozens of Liberians to Winston

(pictured above:  David K. Flomo with Selena Polson-Mappy and Christian Kolleh.) Winston-Salem resident David K. Flomo was elected last weekend

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Ralliers call for change at NAACP ‘March’

    Ralliers call for change at NAACP ‘March’

Chants of “Forward together, not one step back” rang through downtown Winston-Salem Monday evening as the N.C. NAACP brought its

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First two residential cell phone towers approved by Council

    First two residential cell phone towers approved by Council

(pictured above:  Luis Sanchez, a resident who lives near the Bethel United site, points to the area where the cell

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New Americans

    New Americans

Old Salem hosts Fourth of July nationalization ceremony (pictured above:  The new citizens take their oath on July 4th.) Old Salem

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Summer on the Stump

    Summer on the Stump

District Court hopeful looks forward to head-to-head challenge (pictured above:  Valene Franco rides in Kernersville’s recent 4th of July parade behind

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