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W-S to welcome ‘Moral’ movement

    W-S to welcome ‘Moral’ movement

Rally slated to be held Monday Local agencies are gearing up to help the N.C. NAACP brings its Forward Together Moral Monday movement to downtown Winston-Salem. Democracy North Carolina, the

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Change’s Gonna Come?

    Change’s Gonna Come?

(pictured above: Freshman Rep. Ed Hanes speaks at the recent Emancipation Association program.) Lawmakers wary of political tide shift in Raleigh Forsyth County Democrats are expressing varying degrees of optimism about

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Give students books! To the Editor: For several years now, I have been dealing with multi-page homework packets given to my child to complete.  Yet, my child does not have

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Vouchers making strange bedfellows

    Vouchers making strange bedfellows

Controversial bill has support among Dems and the GOP Some call it opportunity; others say it’s anything but. House Bill 944, otherwise known as the Opportunity Scholarship Act, has been

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Chamber resolution calls for adequate health funding

    Chamber resolution calls for adequate health funding

The Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce has issued a resolution to North Carolina legislators in support of adequate funding for the

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Rev. Barber

    Rev. Barber

A Leader’s Leader We hope you all take advantage of the opportunity Friday evening to hear from North Carolina’s very

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State doctors concerned about Medicaid proposals

    State doctors concerned about Medicaid proposals

The North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians (NCAFP) has concerns about the legislature’s plan to overhaul North Carolina’s Medicaid program.“Today,

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Parmon: current session is the worst

    Parmon: current  session is  the worst

Local Democratic members of the General Assembly frustrated by GOP’s moves With the election of Republican Gov. Pat McCrory, the

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Luck may have run out for sweepstakes

    Luck may have run out for sweepstakes

  City native George Brown opened the doors of his business, Liberty Corridor Sweepstakes, four months ago. Now Brown, a R.J.

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