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New book earns award for Salem professor

    New book earns award for Salem professor

Salem College Assistant Professor of History Dr. Tekla Ali Johnson was honored with a book award from the National Council of Black Studies (NCBS) for her recently published book, “Free

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Young musician’s talent leads to generous donation

    Young musician’s talent leads to generous donation

Tyler Montgomery, 15, recently walked into The Bass Violin Shop in Greensboro to have his upright bass repaired. While waiting, he asked the owner if he could play the bass

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Backyard pick-up debate reignited

    Backyard pick-up debate reignited

The City Council will consider later this year whether to take measures to reduce the remaining number of backyard trash collections. The city moved to do away with backyard collection

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Report: N.C. women have come far, but equality still not reality

    Report: N.C. women have come far, but  equality still not reality

The N.C. Department of Administration’s Council for Women has released “Status of Women in North Carolina,” a report that tracks the progress and disparity in opportunities and outcomes for North

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Greensboro barber wins $1 million

    Greensboro barber wins  $1 million

Teddy Williamson, a barber from Greensboro, plans to use the $1 million prize he won playing the lottery to purchase

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State’s top hospitality workers honored

    State’s top hospitality workers honored

The North Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association honored some of the hospitality industry’s best on Feb. 18 at its Taste

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Art show offers unique way to support new Sickle Cell Center

    Art show offers unique way to  support new Sickle Cell Center

A VIP reception for “The Healing Art for Sickle Cell,” a juried exhibition at the African American Atelier in Greensboro,

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Union Baptist CDC mulling over redevelopment options

    Union Baptist CDC mulling over redevelopment options

Members of Union Baptist Church met last week to discuss the future of the community surrounding the massive edifice and

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Sit-in movement focus of school’s Read-in

    Sit-in movement focus of school’s Read-in

On Friday Feb. 8, students at Diggs-Latham Elementary School gathered in the gym for a “Read-In” event to commemorate the

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Watt awarded Human Rights Medal

    Watt awarded  Human Rights Medal

U.S. Rep. Melvin L. “Mel” Watt received the 2013 North Carolina A&T State University Human Rights Medal on Feb. 1

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