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Volunteers scour city in search of the homeless

    Volunteers scour city in search of the homeless

When Winston-Salem resident George Grundy volunteered with the Point in Time (PIT) count in January, the experience of being homeless was still fresh in his mind. Grundy, a former Marine

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Beat goes on for musician battling cancer

    Beat goes on for musician battling cancer

From the moment he first picked up a guitar, Herb Stephens was in love. And, for almost as long, the Winston-Salem community he has called home for the bulk of

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Fighting the Odds

    Fighting the Odds

Boxing/MMA programs keep teens off the streets, out of trouble Nineteen year-old George Dominguez used to spend his free time on the streets, and has had more than a few

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Award celebrates legacy of NBTF founder

    Award celebrates legacy of NBTF founder

National Black Theatre Festival Executive Producer Sylvia Sprinkle-Hamlin was feted for her leadership of the National Black Theatre Festival on Sunday, the eve of the start of the 2013 NBTF.

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Weight-loss impetus for new lease on life

    Weight-loss impetus for new lease on life

If you were acquainted with Dr. Tony Burton III a decade ago, you might not recognize him today. That’s because

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Sound of Music

    Sound of Music

Teens share their creative gifts Seventeen-year-old Samir Gangwani has dedicated his summer to giving back to area youth who share

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Broadway legend is a fighter for justice

    Broadway legend is a fighter for justice

National Black Theatre Festival Celebrity Co-Chair Tonya Pinkins is passionate about her craft, as is evidenced by the host of

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E. Winston residents hear from new chief

    E. Winston residents hear from new chief

Residents of East Winston officially welcomed Winston-Salem Police Chief Barry Rountree to their neck of the woods last Thursday, just

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War of Words

    War of Words

Local lawmakers defend, decry decision to end jobless  benefits for thousands   The past year has been difficult for Donald

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City’s second black police chief takes oath

    City’s second black police chief takes oath

Barry Rountree, the city’s first black male police chief, was sworn-in Sunday at City Hall. Rountree, a Winston-Salem State University

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