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Panel sees housing improvements

    Panel sees housing improvements

Local real estate professionals say they finally see some light at the end of what has been a very long tunnel. Professionals from across the Piedmont Triad attended Wharton Gladden’s

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Second Spring Arts to Celebrate Talents, Creativity of Seniors

    Second Spring Arts to Celebrate  Talents, Creativity of Seniors

Organizers Seeking Local Artists for Juried and Non-Juried Competitions The inaugural Second Spring Arts festival will take place May 14-17, 2013 at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts and

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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 North Carolina Legislature became a supermajority, with Republicans controlling the

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State’s top hospitality workers honored

    State’s top hospitality workers honored

The North Carolina Restaurant and Lodging Association honored some of the hospitality industry’s best on Feb. 18 at its Taste of North Carolina event at the Carolina Inn in Chapel

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Wounded vets to compete in Games

    Wounded vets to compete in Games

The Valor Games Southeast will be played in the Triangle from May 21-23. About 100 former or current wounded and

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K&W throws food bank $10,000 lifeline

    K&W throws food bank $10,000 lifeline

K&W Cafeterias presented a $10,000 check to Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest NC Executive Director Clyde Fitzgerald on Monday.

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Clinic helps clear criminal records

    Clinic helps clear criminal records

After years of worrying about a criminal charge he incurred three years ago, city native Josh Sargent was given a

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Rallying to Right Wrongs

    Rallying to Right Wrongs

On Saturday, Feb. 9, thousands of participants arrived at Shaw University (in Raleigh) to march to the General Assembly (The

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The Legislature’s Numbers Game

    The Legislature’s Numbers Game

It’s sometimes hard to distinguish these days the difference between the governing body of the state of North Carolina and

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Islamic academy may open this fall

    Islamic academy may open this fall

The Community Mosque of Winston-Salem is hoping to soon close on a piece of property directly behind its Waughtown Street

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