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Editorial: Motor City Madness

    Editorial: Motor City Madness

“Imported from Detroit” was the tagline for a very popular 2011 Super Bowl XLV commercial. It featured images with Detroit-born rapper Eminem driving a newly restyled Chrysler 300 through the

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Letter to the Editor: I want to continue to make a difference

    Letter to the Editor: I want to continue to make a difference

This year marks my 12th year as a District Court Judge and my fourth election cycle. Since my election in 2002, I believe that I have made a difference in

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For-profit colleges targeted

    For-profit colleges targeted

As higher education costs continue to increase faster than most consumers’ income, college loan debt has now topped $1.2 trillion. One area where the cost may be too high is

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A hearty meal and thank-you for veterans

    A hearty meal and thank-you for veterans

Veterans were treated to hot meals and plenty of gratitude Monday. In celebration of Veterans Day, American Legion Post 128, which is thought to be the oldest predominantly black post

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Editorial: Public housing residents will only benefit from work requirement

    Editorial: Public housing residents will only benefit from work requirement

It is surprising that not everyone shares Housing Authority of Winston-Salem CEO Larry Woods’ enthusiasm for nudging more public housing

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UNCSA great at graduating students

    UNCSA great at graduating students

The University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) is among the country’s top small public colleges for graduation

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Conference to focus on post March progress

    Conference to focus on post March progress

UNCG’s 23rd Annual Conference on African American Culture and Experience (CACE) will focus on the theme “The March on Washington

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FCDS’s Allen tells students about witnessing history

    FCDS’s Allen tells students about witnessing history

Forsyth County Day School eighth graders took a trip to Greensboro on April 26 to visit the International Civil Rights

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Sequester pain beyond air travel

    Sequester pain beyond air travel

When the sequester federal spending cuts forced flight delays because of the furlough of air traffic controllers, the normally deadlocked

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New Century, Same Cause

    New Century, Same Cause

Marchers stand for voting rights Local residents took a page from the 1960s Sunday, taking to downtown streets for a

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