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Davenport to run At-large

    Davenport to run At-large

At least one District 1 seat on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education will be up for grabs this election cycle. John Davenport Jr., who currently occupies one of the

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Heart of a Fighter

    Heart of a Fighter

Lifelong athlete and trainer uses his own heart scare to inspire others to get healthy All his life, city native Joe Walker Jr. has been physically active. “He’s always been

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Magnet programs to use upcoming fair to shine

    Magnet programs to use upcoming fair to shine

(pictured above: Angela Neal works with students at Mineral Springs Middle School.) In her three years as principal of Mineral Springs Middle School, a magnet school with an arts and leadership

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Change’s Gonna Come?

    Change’s Gonna Come?

(pictured above: Freshman Rep. Ed Hanes speaks at the recent Emancipation Association program.) Lawmakers wary of political tide shift in Raleigh Forsyth County Democrats are expressing varying degrees of optimism about

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Grandberry to leave the Urban League

    Grandberry to leave the Urban League

The Winston-Salem Urban League and Keith Grandberry – its president and CEO – are parting ways. The circumstances regarding his

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Spike in gun violence a concern

    Spike in gun violence a concern

(pictured above: Chief Barry Rountree wants guns off the streets.) City leaders are making a push to reduce gun violence

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Dig In!

    Dig In!

(pictured above: Vivian Joiner outside of Sweet Potatoes.) Popular eateries to offer half-price menu favs Foodies across the city will have

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Agency’s efforts get attention from D.C.

    Agency’s efforts get attention from D.C.

The Housing Authority of Winston-Salem’s innovative approach to public housing is turning heads, not only in the local community, but

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Trainers offer New Year’s transformation tips

    Trainers offer New Year’s transformation tips

New Year’s fitness resolutions are so common that trainers and health professionals prepare for an influx of clients every January.

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Girl with big heart plans holiday meal

    Girl with big heart plans holiday meal

(pictured above: Wynter Guess (center) with (from left) her godmother Elanor Phipps, Rev. Dr. George Banks and her parents Willie

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