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Taylor, Leight look to retain seats

    Taylor, Leight look to retain seats

Democratic City Council members Molly Leight and James Taylor say they are optimistic about their chances for reelection. Taylor, who won the Southeast Ward seat four years ago, beating the

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GOP looks to make inroads with blacks

    GOP looks to make inroads with blacks

North Carolina has joined a national Republican initiative to engage African American voters. Though the state’s GOP African American Engagement Office has been up and running since September, it was

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Right on Time

    Right on Time

Lawmakers hosting fundraiser for hard-hit The Children’s Home State Reps. Edward Hanes Jr. and Donny Lambeth are co-hosting a fundraiser for the beleaguered The Children’s Home. The Autumn Ball, an

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Incumbents fend-off challengers

    Incumbents  fend-off  challengers

Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke, who represents the city’s Northeast Ward, and Southwest Ward Council Member Dan Besse are facing challengers in the Nov. 5 General Election. Burke is facing

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Huge UNC honor for Anderson

    Huge UNC honor for Anderson

Winston-Salem’s own Rudy Anderson Jr. took home top honors for his contributions as an employee of Winston-Salem State University. Anderson,

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War anniversary symposium tackles black perspective

    War anniversary symposium tackles black perspective

The emancipation of slaves and its vast impact was the crux of a symposium held last week at Winston-Salem State

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‘Four’ the Good Times

    ‘Four’ the Good Times

Alumni continue schools’ legacies The Big Four Reunion wrapped up Saturday night with a dance at the Benton Convention Center

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Loved-ones remember babies gone too soon

    Loved-ones remember babies gone too soon

While people across the nation were celebrating Independence Day last year, Frederick Huffin and Sherica Becoat were mourning the loss

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Textbook gives voice to blacks and Native Americans

    Textbook gives voice to blacks and Native Americans

Several Wake Forest University professors have contributed to a new text book, “Trauma and Resilience in American Indian and African

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Police trainees prepare for the ‘expectant’

    Police trainees prepare for the ‘expectant’

Greensboro native William Armstrong has always known he wanted to be a cop. “I always wanted to help people and

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