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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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No Ways Tired

    No Ways Tired

NAACP tour aims to recruit more warriors for justice The spirit of protest was alive and well when the N.C. NAACP’s Forward Together tour rolled through Winston-Salem last Thursday. Dozens gathered

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Success comes quickly for inspiring young artist

    Success comes quickly  for inspiring young artist

Johnny Collins, known as Radio The Artist, is using his unique art to reach out to others. Collins, 24, who takes his moniker from his high school nickname, “Radio,” lives

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NBTF season begins in earnest Monday

    NBTF season begins in earnest Monday

The countdown until Winston-Salem again becomes “Black Theatre Holy Ground” will soon begin. The North Carolina Black Repertory Company, which produces the National Black Theatre Festival that long ago earned

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Tomorrow’s doctors hear from Angelou

    Tomorrow’s doctors hear from Angelou

The Wake Forest University School of Medicine Chapter of the Student National Medical Association honored some of its rising stars

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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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A Sweet Dream Come True

    A Sweet Dream Come True

Girl, 9, opens downtown store Nine year-old Elasya “Bird” Jessup is downtown Winston-Salem’s newest entrepreneur. Elasya, a third grader at

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Looking Back

    Looking Back

Residents point to significant local black history events over the last 100 years The city’s four-day Centennial Celebration, which began

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College-Bound

    College-Bound

Israel Suarez poses with his mother, Isabella Acosta, at the annual Crosby Scholars Senior Gala Monday night at the Benton

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Wright condemns usurpers of history

    Wright condemns usurpers of history

Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright likened those who alter, edit or redact the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to

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