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Hopkins praises incoming USTA leader

    Hopkins praises incoming USTA leader

(pictured above: Local Tennis advocate Beth Hopkins) Katrina M. Adams will make history in two ways when she becomes chairman of the board, CEO and president of the United States Tennis

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Memories of Meharry

    Memories of Meharry

Local retired health professionals fondly recall black med school Photos by Todd Luck.  Moderator Linda Dark stands as panelist Dr. Harvey Allen Sr. speaks. Beside him is Treva Oglesby. Seated

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Downtown With Neely

    Downtown With Neely

Acclaimed chef regales fans at ‘Eat and Greet’ (pictured above:  Pat Neely chats with fans last Thursday morning at Sweet Potatoes.) Early last Thursday morning, Sweet Potatoes was filled with

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Quander is new Delta Arts leader

    Quander is new Delta Arts leader

Nadiyah Quander has been named the new executive director of Winston Salem Delta Fine Arts Center Inc. She succeeds Dianne Caesar, who left the agency more than two years ago.

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City wants new life for shotgun houses

    City wants new life for shotgun houses

(pictured above: The house at 716 Humphrey St.) The city is seeking developers to restore the two surviving shotgun houses in

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Malloy/Jordan Friends reestablished

    Malloy/Jordan Friends reestablished

(pictured above:  The Friends of the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage Center pose in front of the library. They are (front, from

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Editorial: 60 Years After Brown

    Editorial: 60 Years After Brown

Because I was a horribly ill-behaved child, I found myself shipped from San Francisco to Moss Point, Miss. in August

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Top Aggie bowler is an All-American

    Top Aggie bowler is an All-American

(pictured above:  Bowling standout Emily Strombeck.) The most decorated bowler in North Carolina A&T history has done it again. Sophomore Emily

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Dungy talks bottom-up leadership approach

    Dungy talks bottom-up leadership approach

(pictured above: Tony Dungy greets Wake Forest students during his visit to the campus last week.) Tony Dungy shared the trials

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For Posterity’s Sake

    For Posterity’s Sake

Library stations help preserve family memories (pictured above:  Billy King at the digitalization station at the Central Library.) The Forsyth County

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