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First in series of feasts aims to start conversations

    First in series of feasts aims to start conversations

Community gardeners and health advocates were among those who dined at the Forsyth Cooperative Extension on Monday, April 7 at the Forsyth County Food Consortium’s first community-wide potluck dinner. “A

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Actor and director shine under RiverRun spotlight

    Actor and director shine under RiverRun spotlight

(pictured above:  Cheryl Lindsay (center) poses with Spark Award winners Tyler James Williams and Sophie Desmarais.) The 16th Annual RiverRun International Film Festival ended Sunday, after bringing more than 150 films,

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Ministers hear from WS/FCS Super

    Ministers hear from WS/FCS Super

(pictured above: Dr. Bev. Emory speaks.) When Dr. Bev Emory took her position as superintendent of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools last year, the Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity was one of

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Rolling Along Splendidly

    Rolling Along Splendidly

WSSU’s clinic on wheels reaches those out of reach Since its inception over three years ago, Winston-Salem State University’s Rams Know HOW (Healthcare On Wheels) Mobile Clinic has served thousands

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Black lawmakers target poverty

    Black lawmakers target poverty

(pictured above:  Panelists (from left): John Gladman, Margaret Elliott, Minister Alvin Carlisle and Karen McNeil-Miller.) Five decades after President Lyndon Johnson

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Humble Nigerian millionaire shares his ‘Journey’

    Humble Nigerian millionaire shares his ‘Journey’

(pictured above:  Hakeem Belo-Osagie is among Africa’s richest men.) One of Africa’s wealthiest businessmen visited Wake Forest University on April 1

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Homestretch Push

    Homestretch Push

Local push made for last minute ACA signees (pictured above:  Jane Dougherty (left) talks with Kim Poe at the Democratic headquarters

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Gone Too Soon

    Gone Too Soon

Family copes with loss after senseless killing (pictured above:  Crystal Thompson wears a t-shirt honoring her late son during a vigil

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Popular show inspires unique party

    Popular show inspires unique party

Creatures of the night are slated to gather at Ziggy’s on Sunday for a party with a decidedly unique theme.

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WSSU helps kids improve reading skills

    WSSU helps kids improve reading skills

(pictured above: WSSU student Nichelle Caudle with her tutee, Sabriyah Johnson.) Eight year-old Shailinn Morales has always loved to read. “Since

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