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Divinity School receives $2 million gift

    Divinity School receives $2 million gift

The Wake Forest University School of Divinity has a received a $2 million gift from Jeanette Wallace Hyde, a life trustee who served as a U.S. Ambassador, to support student

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Round Two

    Round Two

Voters to make selections in General Election contests Four candidates are preparing to square off in the Nov. 5 General Election, vying for the chance to represent the city’s North

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National honor for local BBBS advocate

    National honor for local BBBS advocate

Local Big Brothers Big Sisters volunteer Brett W. Hoge is one of five winners of the seventh annual Invest in Others Community Leadership Award. The awards are presented by the

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Student Sanctuary Officially Opens

    Student Sanctuary Officially Opens

On Friday, Sept. 6, the first of two days of celebratory events held to officially open the Winston-Salem State University Donald Julian Reaves Student Activities Center, a contingent of local

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Rountree promotes officers

Police Chief Barry D. Rountree of the Winston-Salem Police Department has promoted 17 police officers. Captain Bryan Blakley was promoted

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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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Howard-McNatt named to National Cancer Network

Dr. Marissa Howard-McNatt, assistant professor of surgery, has received a three-year appointment as cancer liaison physician for Wake Forest Baptist

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Truliant’s Colen recognized as one of industry’s best

    Truliant’s Colen recognized as one of industry’s best

Terry Colen, a CRPC (chartered retirement planning counselor) who is a VP and senior financial advisor with Financial Advisors at

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Central graduates record number

    Central graduates record number

North Carolina Central University awarded more than 700 bachelor’s degrees on Saturday, May 11. Graduates were challenged by veteran broadcast

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