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Inmates changed through ‘7 Habits’ program

    Inmates changed through ‘7 Habits’ program

Seventeen Forsyth County Correctional Center inmates are one step closer to living productive, crime-free lives upon release, thanks to what they learned in the “The 7 Habits on the Inside”

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Change in GED format may be hinderance

    Change in GED format may be hinderance

In keeping with North Carolina’s adoption of the Common Core State Standards Initiative for students in grades K-12, the GED (General Education Development) program is also changing its standards. The

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FOL fall fundraiser moves to the spring

    FOL fall fundraiser moves to the spring

The Winston-Salem State University Friends of the Library, a fundraising arm of the school’s C.G. O’Kelly Library, is postponing its annual fall fundraiser so that it won’t conflict with a

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Jobs program pushes to fill roster

    Jobs program pushes to  fill roster

YouthBuild, a new City of Winston-Salem program, is giving high school drop-outs a chance to earn their GEDs while learning the lucrative construction trade. YouthBuild is targeting drop-outs ages 16

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Seeing Things More Clearly

    Seeing Things More Clearly

Blind volunteers provide students with enlightening experience Modern advocates for the blind visited Salem Academy and College Oct. 16, nearly

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Toney completes County Administration Course

    Toney completes County Administration Course

Patrice Toney, a budget and management analyst for Forsyth County, has successfully completed the 2012-2013 County Administration Course of the

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Teachers picked for LOC program

    Teachers picked for LOC program

Emily Cagle, a teacher at Meadowlark Elementary School, and Crystal Heyland, a teacher at Walnut Cove’s London Elementary School, have

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HAWS readies for changes

    HAWS readies for changes

Feds may implement time limits for public housing residents High Point native Tiffaney Jackson has seen her share of struggles.

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Carver team designs robots for competition

For the third consecutive year, a Carver High School team took part in the FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC), a premier

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Community helps end fresh food deserts

    Community helps end fresh food deserts

If the Dreamland Park community is a food desert, then Attorney S. Wayne Patterson and his wife Tamica want their

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