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Welfare drug testing worries officials

    Welfare drug testing worries officials

The head of the Forsyth County Department of Social Services said he doesn’t expect many local families to be affected by a bill that would require some public assistance applicants

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Incumbents stay put

    Incumbents stay put

After months of campaigning, voters spoke Tuesday, choosing City Council incumbents over their challengers. Mayor Allen Joines handily won a fourth term. Complete, unofficial results show he received nearly 88.5

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Church’s bold plan for homeless vets

    Church’s bold plan for homeless vets

Whole Man Ministries has launched an ambitious project to help local veterans get — and stay — on their feet. Five duplexes on Cameron Avenue will soon be home to as many

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Safe & Sound

    Safe & Sound

Carver Nation comes to school’s defense Faculty members, students and alumni of Carver High School have begun picking up the pieces following an Aug. 30 shooting at the school. “Carver

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Tour asks voters to fight pending election changes

    Tour asks voters to fight pending election changes

In preparation for what is being called the most regressive voting legislation in the nation, voting rights organizations are scrambling

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Free At Last

    Free At Last

Local rally recalls historic March on Washington Lenoir native Louise Lash’s grandmother worked as a maid but was not allowed

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Entrepreneur calls his successes a tribute to ‘beating the odds’

    Entrepreneur calls his successes a tribute to ‘beating the odds’

At first glance, Wake Forest University alumnus Kevin Mallary is unassuming. But the Mallary Creative Group founder and creative director

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Principals: We’re winning the battle

    Principals: We’re winning the battle

Schools taking special measures to keep graduation rates solid Four-year graduation rates are up in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School District.

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Long-proposed new library discussed

    Long-proposed new library discussed

After well over a decade of speculation, discussions and debate, residents have had their first real opportunity to weigh-in on

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Surprise!!

    Surprise!!

League hosts birthday party for 90-year-old bowler Cora Smith got an unexpected reception when she walked into Northside Lanes on

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