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FCDS’s Allen tells students about witnessing history

    FCDS’s Allen tells students about witnessing history

Forsyth County Day School eighth graders took a trip to Greensboro on April 26 to visit the International Civil Rights Center & Museum. John Allen, the school’s student outreach coordinator

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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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Art and Real Life Meet

    Art and Real Life Meet

Playwrights, actors have face-to-face with sit-in icon On Feb. 8, 1960, Carl Matthews conducted a one-man sit-in at the S.

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Union leaders recalled as trailblazers

    Union leaders recalled as trailblazers

A permanent tribute to workers whose strike led to the formation of a landmark union now stands at the corner

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Group to record UNCSA students’ music

    Group to record  UNCSA students’ music

Composition students in the School of Music at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) will have

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Professors tackle movies and the Bible

    Professors tackle movies and the Bible

Two Greensboro College professors have had essays included in a new book on how movies interpret the Bible. W. Barnes

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Nonprofit seeks support for 5K and its mission

    Nonprofit seeks support for 5K and its mission

Silver Lining Youth Services is hoping runners will come out in force Saturday for its first big fundraiser. The Fit

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Council to weigh money saving ideas

    Council  to weigh money saving ideas

The City Council is considering a list of recommendations made by the Citizens’ Organizational Efficiency Review Committee (COERC) to increase

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