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Editorial: We Like …

    Editorial: We Like …

The 2013 Winston-Salem mayoral contest is a no-brainer, but some of the City Council primary races call for deep consultation and perhaps a bit of soul-searching. We, at least, had

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Candidates speak at first major forum of election season

    Candidates speak at first major forum of election season

Voters were courted last Thursday evening as candidates for City Council stated their cases at a forum held at the Forsyth County Behavioral Health Plaza. Sponsored by the Winston-Salem Urban

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Challengers take aim at Council incumbents

    Challengers take aim at Council incumbents

The turnout of candidates for Winston-Salem City Council positions has created a crowded field this year. Following the July 19 filing deadline, no member of the Council has escaped without

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Teams Play. Community Wins.

    Teams Play. Community Wins.

Exhibition games help victims of fire disasters Firefighters and police officers hit the basketball court June 26 for charity. Those who attended the free event at Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy were

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Former rivals to face each other again in East Ward

    Former rivals to face each other again in East Ward

The race for the East Ward City Council seat is shaping up to be a repeat of 2009. Both City

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Sorority awards educators

    Sorority awards educators

The Beta Lambda Chapter of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc. sponsored its 10th Bi-Annual Excellence in Education

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Southside development to have large Goodwill presence

    Southside development to have large Goodwill presence

Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina will officially open its newest retail store tomorrow, ushering in a new era of

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Sunday bus service a-go

    Sunday bus service a-go

The Winston-Salem Transit Authority and Trans-Aid are poised to begin offering Sunday service later this year, city officials say. City

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Community advocates see good, bad in state of black leadership

    Community advocates see good, bad in state of black leadership

The heat has been on local African American elected officials – particularly those on the City Council and Forsyth County

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

Let the residents decide To the Editor: Kudos to City Councilmen James Taylor and Derwin Montgomery for voting against selling

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