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Schools get new principals

    Schools get new principals

Three new principals have been hired by the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education. Teresa Dees will be the principal of Vienna Elementary; Pam Helms has been hired to lead Kernersville

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Smart Start expanding screenings

    Smart Start expanding screenings

Smart Start of Forsyth County, Inc. (SSFC) is expanding early childhood developmental screenings in a seven-county area, including Forsyth County. SSFC has been awarded almost $200,000 from the North Carolina

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Seniors and Sex: The Truth

    Seniors and Sex: The Truth

by Dawn Maker You’re not 25 anymore, but that doesn’t mean you have any less desire to live life to the fullest. Maybe you have recently jumped back into the

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Senior Spotlight: Shepherd’s Center

    Senior Spotlight: Shepherd’s Center

SHEPHERD’S CENTER OF GREATER WINSTON-SALEM VOLUNTEERS RECEIVE COMMUNITY RECOGNITION Volunteers Jim Camp and Cranford Johnson recently received recognition for their service through The Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem. Cranford Johnson

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Gant’s golfing goals high

    Gant’s golfing goals high

For the time being, 14-year-old Malcolm Gant has a thin golfing résumé. He’s played in only one tournament, thus he’s

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Delta Arts, Sawtooth form partnership

    Delta Arts, Sawtooth form partnership

The Sawtooth School for Visual Art and Winston-Salem Delta Fine Arts have joined in a new cooperative agreement that is

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Paul to headline fundraiser

    Paul to headline fundraiser

NBA star Chris Paul, a native of Forsyth County, will be the guest speaker at The Salvation Army of Winston-Salem’s

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McMillan to push healthy-eating program in Vegas

    McMillan to push healthy-eating program in Vegas

In March, the American Culinary Federation North Carolina Chapter received $10,000 from the Federation’s Education Foundation and Chef & Child

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Students take advantage of nationally-acclaimed summer program

    Students take advantage of nationally-acclaimed summer program

Eleven year-old Aryana James might be spending her summer in school, but has no complaints. “It’s fun – the activities

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War of Words

    War of Words

Local lawmakers defend, decry decision to end jobless  benefits for thousands   The past year has been difficult for Donald

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