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APA CEO to address graduates

    APA CEO to address graduates

Dr. Norman Anderson, CEO of the American Psychological Association, distinguished scientist and graduate of UNCG’s master’s and doctoral programs in clinical psychology, will deliver the 2013 UNCG commencement address. Spring

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Backpack program opens at Forest Park

    Backpack program opens at Forest Park

On Thursday, March 21 Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC and its BackPack Program partners officially commemorated the introduction of the initiative at Forest Park Elementary School, where 100

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Local health gauge a mixed-bag for Forsyth

The recently-released County Health Rankings & Roadmaps are designed to show counties throughout the nation what is making its residents sick and where improvements are needed. The Robert Wood Johnson

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Wake Forest University to examine eugenics

    Wake Forest University to examine eugenics

As the N.C. General Assembly considers compensation for victims of a state-run forced-sterilization program, Wake Forest University will host “Scarred for Life: The Legacy of Forced Sterilization at Home and

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Loved ones vow to continue Cuthrell’s fight

    Loved ones vow to continue Cuthrell’s fight

City native Tamla “Tammie” Cuthrell built her life on serving others. Whether it was her family, friends or her clients

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BGR! to powwow in Queen City

    BGR! to powwow in Queen City

Black Girls Run!, a fitness organization with chapters across the land, will convene a national conference in Charlotte later this

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Sullivan to keynote WSSU conference

    Sullivan to keynote WSSU conference

Dr. Louis W. Sullivan, former secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and former president of Morehouse

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New book becomes drug prevention tool for schools

    New book becomes drug  prevention tool for schools

Students like to learn from their peers. That is the basis for a new school resource to teach drug prevention

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Community helps end fresh food deserts

    Community helps end fresh food deserts

If the Dreamland Park community is a food desert, then Attorney S. Wayne Patterson and his wife Tamica want their

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Second Spring Arts to Celebrate Talents, Creativity of Seniors

    Second Spring Arts to Celebrate  Talents, Creativity of Seniors

Organizers Seeking Local Artists for Juried and Non-Juried Competitions The inaugural Second Spring Arts festival will take place May 14-17,

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