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Equality Winston-Salem awards its first scholarships

    Equality Winston-Salem awards its first scholarships

Five high school seniors have received scholarships from Equality Winston-Salem–an organization formed in 2010 to promote the well-being of LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) individuals and strengthen the LGBT community

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The Things to Come

    The Things to Come

Science-minded students treated to special career fair Students at Atkins Academic and Technology High School were shown the opportunities that await those who master the science, technology, engineering and math

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Couple living artistic dreams in retirement

    Couple living artistic dreams in retirement

Former Forsyth Technical Community College administrator Dr. Arnold Hence and his wife, Anna, are embracing their love of the arts during their retirement. He is a budding photographer; she is

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UL to hold Community Day at new facility

    UL to hold Community Day at new facility

The Winston-Salem Urban League (WSUL) invites community residents and organizations to its Community Fun Day on Saturday, May 4 at its Quality of Life Center, 3441 North Patterson Ave. This

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Building a Career

    Building a Career

Students learn about another post high school option As a boy, Mike Sears dreamed of being a construction worker. “I

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Tuition disparity an obstacle for Hispanic students

    Tuition disparity an obstacle for Hispanic students

Winston-Salem resident Juan Ortega has called North Carolina home since he was a kindergartner, but in the eyes of the

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For Seniors Only: Senior Spotlight- Sandra Crump

    For Seniors Only:  Senior Spotlight-  Sandra Crump

Name (nicknames)? Sandra Kay Lawson Crump, Ms. Kay. When and where were you born? December 1st, 1953 in Reidsville, NC. What do

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GOP leader questions president’s faith, agenda

    GOP leader questions president’s faith, agenda

Felice Pete, president of the Wake County Republican Women, told local residents that she’s long taken heat for being black

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New coalition lays out ambitious plan for schools and troubled youth

    New coalition lays out  ambitious plan for schools and troubled youth

City Council Member James Taylor convened the first-ever meeting of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Education Coalition Tuesday at City Hall. “I

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Rolling Hills community center opens to excitement

    Rolling Hills community center opens to excitement

For years, Rolling Hills resident Ramona Hambrick has dreamt of having an on-site community center, a place where she and

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