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Commetnary: Congress must help feed the community

    Commetnary: Congress must help feed the community

Every year, my team and I set about the daunting task of creating a budget for Second Harvest Food Bank so that we can execute our work with the constant and earnest effort it requires.

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Food Lion donates mobile food pantry to Second Harvest

    Food Lion donates mobile food pantry to Second Harvest

On a week when Food Lion celebrated the remodeling of its stores, the grocery giant gave a mobile food pantry to Second Harvest Food Bank.

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Students march to end hunger 

    Students march to end hunger 

Participants at local Freedom Schools join National Day of Social Action Every day in North Carolina more than 600,000 children go without eating a proper meal. Last week children across

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Commentary – N.C. numbers show high food insecurity

    Commentary – N.C. numbers show high food insecurity

File photo (left) Chris Fitzsimon (right) Chris Fitzsimon, founder and executive director of N.C. Policy Watch, writes the weekly column called “Monday numbers,” which provides numerical facts on a topic

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Commentary – Just in time for the holidays: N.C.’s hunger problem is set to get worse

    Commentary – Just in time for the holidays: N.C.’s hunger problem is set to get worse

Tarza Mitchell Guest Columnist As many of us plan and prepare for family gatherings and celebratory meals in the upcoming

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One Child at a Time

    One Child at a Time

(Above: The Wake Forest University Track team gives out bags to children in Lakeside Villas) H.O.P.E. on mission to help end

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Solutions-Based Learning

    Solutions-Based Learning

Grad students tackle hunger and raise thousands of dollars in the process Wake Forest graduate students tackled food insecurity this

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‘Core’ of the Matter

    ‘Core’ of the Matter

New school achievement standards taking some getting used to The rollout of North Carolina’s new Common Core State Standards curriculum

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Letters to the Editor: The need is great

    Letters to the Editor: The need is great

To the Editor: The Forsyth County Department of Social Services (DSS) sincerely appreciates the recent community response to ensure that

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