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‘Something has to be done’

    ‘Something has to be done’

Following a pair of shootings that left two men dead, City Council Member James Taylor hosted a roundtable discussion Tuesday evening to devise specific steps to decrease violence and promote community progression.

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Forsyth County could gain domestic violence pilot program 

    Forsyth County could gain domestic violence pilot program 

(Above: Rep. Ed Hanes) A new program designed to combat domestic violence and give victims peace of mind could be introduced into Forsyth County, if approved by the N.C. Senate.

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Hanes, Lowe eager to succeed Parmon

    Hanes, Lowe eager to succeed Parmon

The Forsyth County Democratic Party will pick the person who will complete the term of Sen. Earline Parmon – who was expected to proffer her resignation yesterday – on Thursday,

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UL Young Professionals engage police chief, Council Member in dialogue

    UL Young Professionals engage  police chief, Council Member in dialogue

(Above: Photos by Chanel Davis- Chief Barry Rountree (right) speaks.) The Winston-Salem Urban League Young Professionals hosted a forum Friday, Jan. 16, where about 25 attendees got a glimpse into

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SOAR aims to help former inmates

    SOAR aims to help former inmates

(pictured above: Dave Moore (left) stands with Charles Hall outside of Southside Rides.) The city has made a $100,000 investment in

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More cops being equipped with small body cameras

    More cops being equipped with small body cameras

(pictured above:  Sgt. L. Scott Wright wears a camera on his sunglasses.) Officers of Winston-Salem Police Department will soon be

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Public speaks and coach is rehired

    Public speaks and coach is rehired

(pictured above:  Atkins Academic and Technology High School on Old Greensboro Road opened in 2005.) Students, their parents and others

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Peace of Mind

    Peace of Mind

National Night Out events held in Winston-Salem (pictured above:  Four-year-old Diontez Hylton dribbles a basketball near an inflatable basketball hoop.) Residents

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Second chance for historic building

    Second chance for historic building

The City of Winston-Salem Engineering Field Office and Winston-Salem Police Department’s Community Resources Unit now call the historic Winston Mutual

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Victim’s mother says police feedback has been lacking

    Victim’s mother says police feedback has been lacking

(pictured above:  Christopher Thompson was killed on March 25.) A grieving mother who claims calls to the detective investigating her

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