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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 I was a little girl, I have had a real

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Innovative educator keynotes symposium

    Innovative educator keynotes symposium

(pictured above: Dr. Steve Perry addresses a crowd of several hundred on the evening of Thursday, Feb. 20 at Winston-Salem State University.) Dr. Steve Perry, a nationally-known educator and host of

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Protestors target state budget director’s retail empire

    Protestors target state budget director’s retail empire

(pictured above: Picketers brave the rain Monday to protest outside of a Durham Roses store.) Protestors are expected to gather outside Northside Shopping Center Saturday near the Maxway store for

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Expectant moms experience ups and downs of pregnancy together

    Expectant moms experience ups and downs of pregnancy together

Part check up, part support group, the Centering Pregnancy program at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center’s Downtown Health Plaza is helping to reduce the county’s staggering premature birth rate and

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Diabetes series brings firm, Medical Center together

Wharton Gladden & Company, a Greensboro-based real estate investment banking firm, will partner with Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center to

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Change in GED format may be hinderance

    Change in GED format may be hinderance

In keeping with North Carolina’s adoption of the Common Core State Standards Initiative for students in grades K-12, the GED

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Panel addresses domestic violence among blacks

    Panel addresses domestic violence among blacks

A panel discussion – sponsored by Family Services and Winston-Salem State University – tackled domestic violence in the black community

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Landlords Beware!

    Landlords Beware!

Grant to help N.C. Legal Aid end housing discrimination Raleigh-based Legal Aid of North Carolina, Inc. has received $325,000 from

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For Seniors Only! -What is Medicare?

    For Seniors Only!  -What is Medicare?

“Medicare is our country’s health insurance program for people age 65 or older. Certain people younger than age 65 can

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HAWS readies for changes

    HAWS readies for changes

Feds may implement time limits for public housing residents High Point native Tiffaney Jackson has seen her share of struggles.

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