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Jobs program pushes to fill roster

    Jobs program pushes to  fill roster

YouthBuild, a new City of Winston-Salem program, is giving high school drop-outs a chance to earn their GEDs while learning the lucrative construction trade. YouthBuild is targeting drop-outs ages 16

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Victim: Stroke can strike at any age

    Victim: Stroke can strike at any age

Amy Edmunds was the picture of health when she had a stroke at age 43. She maintained a healthy diet and weight, exercised regularly and frequently ran in 5ks. To

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A murder transforms woman into criminal justice reformer

    A murder transforms woman into criminal justice reformer

It was a 2 a.m. phone call in 2003 that shattered Therese Bartholomew’s life. It would be years before the Charlotte resident could begin to push back against the crushing

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Fashion Foward (and Reverse)

    Fashion Foward (and Reverse)

Meka Harrell is hoping to become a “driving force” in local women and children’s fashion. The Baltimore native is the

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Election Night 2013 offers no surprises

    Election Night 2013 offers no surprises

Election night went off without a hitch for City Council incumbents. Across the board, Twin City residents favored veterans over

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Black ’Nam vets tell students war tales

    Black ’Nam vets tell students war tales

A group of African American Vietnam War veterans were invited to Wake Forest last Friday to share their memories from

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Road to Tomorrow

    Road to Tomorrow

Great promise for new Research Park road The Research Parkway in the Piedmont Triad Research Park opened last week to

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Newly-resurrected team holds first alumni game

    Newly-resurrected team holds first alumni game

When Hickory native John Markley joined the Winston-Salem State University’s baseball team in 2010, all bets were off. “That first

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WFU hosts tomorrow’s lawyers

    WFU hosts tomorrow’s lawyers

(Pictured Above: Charlotte School of Law’s Victoria Owens (left) and Z’a Williams) City native Vondell Davis believes in planning ahead.

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