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Burke recommits to La Deara

    Burke recommits to La Deara

(pictured above:  Mayor Pro Tempore Burke addresses reception guests.) Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian H. Burke asked La Deara Crest Estates residents to give thanks to those who have paved the way

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Russell’s Turns 75

    Russell’s Turns 75

(pictured above:  Cedric Russell stands outside of Russell’s Funeral Home with his sister, Carmen, earlier this week. The family business is turning 75.) A family business that has helped many

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Students take part in 4-H Day

(pictured above:  4-H National Youth Science Day particpants pose with presenters, elected officials and others.) Students gathered at the Forsyth County Agriculture Building on Fairchild Road on Wednesday, Oct. 8 to

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Editorial: Election ’14

    Editorial: Election ’14

Rarely does the end of the election filing period bring good tidings; this year was quite the exception. Since four Republican members of the much-maligned School Board failed to file

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Spike in gun violence a concern

    Spike in gun violence a concern

(pictured above: Chief Barry Rountree wants guns off the streets.) City leaders are making a push to reduce gun violence

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Election Night 2013 offers no surprises

    Election Night 2013 offers no surprises

Election night went off without a hitch for City Council incumbents. Across the board, Twin City residents favored veterans over

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Incumbents fend-off challengers

    Incumbents  fend-off  challengers

Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke, who represents the city’s Northeast Ward, and Southwest Ward Council Member Dan Besse are facing

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They Care!

    They Care!

Residents recognized for improving their communities Project We Care recognized 140 local residents who donate their time and efforts to

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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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Objections remain as coliseum sale passes

    Objections remain as coliseum sale passes

The Winston-Salem City Council voted Monday to go forward with the sales of Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum to Wake

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