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Intersection of Faith and Food

    Intersection of Faith and Food

Religious leaders headline sustainability discussion Faith leaders and stakeholders in the food sustainability movement addressed a crowd of 100 attendees at The Enterprise Conference and Banquet Center on Thursday, Nov.

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Road to re-election littered with setbacks

    Road to re-election littered with setbacks

Adams fought through Lupus diagnosis and the death of sibling When local news stations reported that the people of the North Ward had selected City Council member Denise “DD” Adams

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New lab brings nursing students closer to real experiences

    New lab brings nursing students closer to real experiences

City native Alishia Green has always known she wanted to be a nurse. “Everybody in my family’s a nurse,” explained the 24-year-old, who started work on her associate degree in

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Agency honors Senior Services employees

    Agency honors Senior Services employees

Senior Services staffers won two of only three awards given out annually by the North Carolina Association on Aging (NCAOA).  The awards were presented by Dennis Streets, division director of

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Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree: Clementine Shaw

    Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree:  Clementine  Shaw

Lifetime Achievement Award Honoree Members of the clergy aren’t the only ones called to their profession. With a heart of

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New arrivals in the Art District

    New arrivals in the Art District

Umoja African Crafts and 6th & Trade Clothing Boutique are settling into the Downtown Arts District. The boutique, named for

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WSSU to offer doctor of nursing practice degree in the fall

    WSSU to offer doctor of  nursing practice degree in the fall

The University of North Carolina Board of Governors has approved a doctor of nursing practice (DNP) program at Winston-Salem State

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Nurse wins $1,000 a week for the rest of her life

    Nurse wins $1,000 a week for the rest of her life

Loretha Johnson, a nurse from Monroe, will get $52,000 a year for the rest of her life after winning the

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Ojo’s road to M.D. began at Forsyth Tech

    Ojo’s road to M.D. began at Forsyth Tech

Dr. Adesanmi Abel Ojo returned to Forsyth Technical Community College last week, telling students how the path that led him

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New college offers personal touch

    New college offers personal touch

When Dr. Lucas Shallua and his wife, Dorothy Edward,  started Mount Eagle College, they thought about how fortunate they were

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