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‘Little’ Reading Program Takes Off

    ‘Little’ Reading Program Takes Off

Book sharing program aims to bond neighbors (pictured above: President Sandra Stinson (second from left) celebrates the library’s opening with fellow Neal Place residents.) They’re little, but their ability to bring

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Chamber members engage in Q&A with top law enforcers

    Chamber members engage in Q&A with top law enforcers

(pictured above:  Dr. Charlie Shaw (right) shakes hands with Chief Barry Rountree. Behind Shaw is Sheriff Bill Schatzman.) Winston-Salem Police Chief Barry Rountree and Forsyth County Sheriff William “Bill” Schatzman engaged

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Weekend Zumbathon to support Hispanic League

    Weekend Zumbathon to support Hispanic League

The Hispanic League wants you to break a sweat for a good cause. The nonprofit advocacy organization will host a Zumbathon on Saturday (March 7) from 7 – 9:30 p.m.

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Fresh and Local

    Fresh and Local

Nonprofit pushes farmer/chef partnerships to benefit area consumers (pictured above:  Jay Pierce addresses Piedmont Grown attendees at the local Cooperative Extension headquarters.) Since taking over as executive chef at Lucky 32

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For Seniors Only: Chair Chi: Tai Chi for Older Adults

    For Seniors Only: Chair Chi: Tai Chi for Older Adults

Chair Chi is an exercise program based on the principals of Tai Chi and Qi Gong, but designed for older

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Free mental health support available year-round 

    Free mental health support available year-round 

Those coping with mental health challenges do not have to suffer alone. The Mental Health Association in Forsyth County sponsors

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Heart heroines featured on billboard 

    Heart heroines featured on billboard 

‘Go Red’ is tomorrow As February is American Heart Month and tomorrow (Friday, Feb. 7) is National Wear Red Day,

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New program aims to put vets to work

    New program aims to put vets to work

(pictured above:  Veterans Sherod James (left) and Christopher Rose.) City native Christopher Rose wouldn’t trade his seven years in the Navy

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New ReStore Debuts

    New ReStore Debuts

About 150 people came out for an early morning ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday at the new and improved Habitat for

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Letter to the Editor: I want to continue to make a difference

    Letter to the Editor: I want to continue to make a difference

This year marks my 12th year as a District Court Judge and my fourth election cycle. Since my election in

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