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Men Take Symbolic Walk Against Abuse

    Men Take Symbolic Walk Against Abuse

A little over a year ago, Sarah Browder Harris was killed by her husband, who then took his own life. On Saturday, Sandy Browder, her father, carried a banner bearing

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New members join youth Sigma club

    New members join youth Sigma club

The Sigma Beta Club of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County held an induction ceremony on Sunday, Sept. 15 in front of an audience of 50 family, friends, Sigma Beta Club members and brothers

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Urban League job fair starts Oct. 7

    Urban League job fair starts Oct. 7

The Winston-Salem Urban League’s Careers for the 21st Century Training Seminars and Career Fair will take place Monday, Oct. 7 from 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and Tuesday, Oct. 8

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Democratic Women to host voting rally

    Democratic Women to host voting rally

Forsyth County Democratic Women will host a rally to educate and inform voters about the importance of the upcoming election in November and next year’s midterms. The rally, “Remember in

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Judge and agency battling perception that pot use is cool

    Judge and agency battling  perception that pot use is cool

With juvenile marijuana use on the rise, Forsyth County Reclaiming Futures of is working hard to connect teens with the

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Running for Liberty

    Running for Liberty

5k aids revitalization push It was a different kind of flight at Smith Reynolds Airport Saturday, as runners took off

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Museum talk to focus on Local 22

    Museum talk to focus on Local 22

The New Winston Museum, 713 S. Marshall St., will host “Standing Up — The Rise of Local 22,” a discussion

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Lawyers eye new judicial seat

    Lawyers eye new judicial seat

Two members of the city’s historically black bar association have announced their intentions to run for the newly-approved seat on

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Free At Last

    Free At Last

Local rally recalls historic March on Washington Lenoir native Louise Lash’s grandmother worked as a maid but was not allowed

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Brand-Spanking New

    Brand-Spanking New

High-tech childcare facility opens in revamped wing of East Winston MudPies Downtown East, Northwest Child Development Centers’ new facility at

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