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Friends helping sick NBA legend

    Friends  helping  sick NBA legend

For decades, former NBA and ABA standout Luther “Ticky” Burden has put his formidable talent to work serving local youth. Next week, area residents will get the chance to return

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Lee: BET has evolved

    Lee: BET has evolved

The chairperson and CEO of BET (Black Entertainment Television) said Tuesday that the network responded to criticism that it relied too heavily on sexually-charged and violent music videos by changing

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Jogging While Black

    Jogging While Black

Noted sociologist says fears keep many African Americans from exercising A rising star in the sociology field said that black men are less likely to jog in their neighborhoods if

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New lab brings nursing students closer to real experiences

    New lab brings nursing students closer to real experiences

City native Alishia Green has always known she wanted to be a nurse. “Everybody in my family’s a nurse,” explained the 24-year-old, who started work on her associate degree in

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Free flu shots available Tuesday

    Free flu shots  available Tuesday

Beginning Oct. 1, the Forsyth County Department of Health will offer free flu shots to the public. The Health Department

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‘Hattie’ author shares her story at Salem

    ‘Hattie’ author shares her story at Salem

Ayana Mathis discussed her novel “The 12 Tribes of Hattie” on Sept. 17 at Salem College. The book, the Philadelphia

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Talk of HBCU consolidation blasted

    Talk of HBCU consolidation blasted

A national report probes the problems that historically black colleges and universities face, as there is new talk in North

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Place of Rebirth

    Place of Rebirth

Alumni return to successful drug treatment program After decades of searching for fulfillment, Winston-Salem resident Ken Bower believes he has

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Musical Appeal

    Musical Appeal

Carver Band seeking public’s help What began with a single donation has evolved into a community-wide movement to support Carver

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UNC report: Segregated N.C. communities lag behind

    UNC report: Segregated N.C. communities lag behind

North Carolina’s racially segregated African American and Latino neighborhoods are more likely to suffer from inequality in living conditions related

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