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African-American males, expect the police to stop you

    African-American males,  expect the police to stop you

By James B. Ewers Jr. There are a few undeniable facts that are a part of our lives in America. They are that we will all pass away and we

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Leaders vow transparency in fatal police shooting

    Leaders vow transparency in fatal police shooting

The community and the family of a black man fatally wounded by a Winston-Salem police officer wait for answers. Those who know Edward Van McCrae describe him as a loving

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Black History Month celebration offers some firsts

    Black History Month celebration offers some firsts

For the past five years the city of Winston-Salem have honored pioneers from the cities Police and Fire Departments.  On Sunday, Feb. 18 the city held their annual event at

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Police killings of black men must come to end.

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Thompson is named W-S top cop

    Thompson is named  W-S top cop

Last week Assistant Chief Catrina A. Thompson was officially announced as the city’s 15th chief of the Winston-Salem Police Department.

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Rountree recalls community work as he departs WSPD

    Rountree recalls community work as he departs WSPD

When Chief Barry Rountree joined the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) in 1988, he didn’t initially plan to be there long.

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W-S OKs Sunday morning alcohol

    W-S OKs Sunday morning alcohol

Military incentives, serving alcohol on Sunday and where newspaper racks can go downtown were among the items approved by the City Council on Monday.

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Police chief finalists named; public forum on Aug. 16

    Police chief finalists named; public forum on Aug. 16

The city announced the selection of two finalists to become Winston-Salem’s next police chief when Police Chief Barry Rountree retires Sept. 1.

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More than 200 protest GOP health care bill

    More than 200 protest GOP health care bill

Hundreds of people against the effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act gathered outside the local office of Sen. Richard

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Commentary: We must renew our value for men and women in public service

    Commentary: We must renew our value for men and women in public service

By Algenon Cash On June 14, 2017, the country woke up to news of another mass shooting, a man used

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