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Martin will be remembered for school choice plan

    Martin will be remembered for school choice plan

After nearly two decades at the helm of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, Superintendent Don Martin announced last week that he plans to retire on June 30, 2013. Martin, the 2011 North

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N.C. Central ranked among top HBCUs

    N.C. Central ranked  among top HBCUs

North Carolina Central University remained in the top tier of public universities in U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 rankings of the nation’s best historically black colleges and universities. In

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QEA leader opens new school

    QEA leader opens new  school

The man behind the success of Winston-Salem’s Quality Education Academy (QEA) is putting his weight behind  another charter school. The College Preparatory and Leadership Academy of High Point, or The

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Sheetz to create 254 N.C. jobs

    Sheetz to create 254 N.C. jobs

The popular convenience store/gas station chain Sheetz Inc., announced last week that it will establish a distribution and food manufacturing facility in Burlington. The facility is expected to create 254

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UNC’s Stone Center honors Nina Simone

    UNC’s Stone Center honors Nina Simone

“Nina Simone … What More Can I Say?,” a new exhibit and play honoring the soul singer and North Carolina

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A Big Omega Thank You

    A Big Omega Thank You

On behalf of Psi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., I want to thank each member of the

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Poe to be honored in his native High Point

    Poe to be honored in his native High Point

Legendary educator/coach Alfred Poe will be honored by the Housing Authority of High Point (HAHP) next month. Poe has been

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Black turnout could make or break Obama

    Black turnout could make or break Obama

Black voters turned out like never before in 2008 to help elect the nation’s first African American president. Here, in

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Couple takes on new career challenges

    Couple takes on new career challenges

Jomo and Courtney Legins share an affinity for many things: their three boys, their alma mater – UNC-Chapel Hill –

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