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New superintendent brings some baggage

    New superintendent brings some baggage

By the time Dr. Beverly Emory takes office as Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ new superintendent in July, she will likely already be well acquainted with several members of the local community,

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Young runner to compete Down Under this summer

    Young runner to compete  Down Under this summer

City native Deonica Reid dreams of someday becoming the fastest girl in the world. This summer, the Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy sophomore will be one step closer to that goal. Deonica

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Daylong symposium tackles future of diversity

    Daylong symposium tackles future of diversity

Wake Forest University continued its ongoing discussion on diversity and inclusion on March 19 during a daylong symposium at Wake Forest University’s Bridger Field House. Themed “Building our Institutional Capacity

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Loved ones vow to continue Cuthrell’s fight

    Loved ones vow to continue Cuthrell’s fight

City native Tamla “Tammie” Cuthrell built her life on serving others. Whether it was her family, friends or her clients at the department of Social Services where she worked for

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Black ministers’ group still divided over gay marriage

    Black ministers’ group still  divided over gay marriage

The church of the president of the Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity made national headlines, announcing that it would

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New superintendent vows to earn trust

    New superintendent vows to earn trust

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education has selected its first-ever female superintendent. During a special called meeting at the Board

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An evening at the opera for WSSU group

    An evening at the opera for WSSU group

More than 100 Winston-Salem State University students attended the Piedmont Opera’s production of “The Barber of Seville” earlier this week.

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Local facilities say life-saving is a priority

    Local facilities say life-saving is a priority

Policies of senior homes under increased scrutiny after California woman’s death How far would you go to save someone else’s

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Federal cuts could hit students most in need

    Federal cuts could hit students most in need

The federal sequestration, or across the board budget cuts, that went into effect on March 1 will have substantial impact

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A Doctor in the Family

    A Doctor in the Family

Diverse medical school graduating class gets matched The professional fates of more than 120 Wake Forest University Medical School seniors

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