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Editorial: Folks Have Had Enough

    Editorial: Folks Have Had Enough

If Gov. Pat McCrory and his boyz in the General Assembly truly weren’t paying attention before, Saturday’s colossal protest march should awaken this clueless cabal. A call put out by

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Love in a Jar

    Love in a Jar

Project aims to spread kindness about “Find a jar and be inspired.” That is what Winston-Salem resident Megan North Shuford is hoping local people will do this March, when she

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For Seniors Only!: The Fall Senior Games sponsored by Winston-Salem Recreation Department

    For Seniors Only!: The Fall Senior Games sponsored by Winston-Salem Recreation Department

Recently the Recreation Department conducted it’s second Fall version of the Piedmont Plus Senior Games (PPSG). The Piedmont Plus Senior Games is a series of athletic and arts events that

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Petitioning for Justice

    Petitioning for Justice

Guest Columnist One million people. As of Tuesday morning, one million people have signed an NAACP petition asking the Department of Justice to pursue federal and civil rights charges against

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Local performers breathing new life into acclaimed show

    Local performers breathing new life into acclaimed show

Triad residents Ron Jones and Andy Schlosberg are using their comedic talents to tackle a societal issue that is anything but

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The Greatest Generation

    The Greatest Generation

In Winston-Salem, like in countless cities across the South during the Jim Crow era, black students fought against the odds

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High school athletes shine

    High school athletes shine

The R.J. Reynolds High School team of Jack Riazzi and Paul Yamane earned the doubles title Saturday morning in the

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Sprinter Sessoms runs among state’s best

    Sprinter Sessoms runs among state’s best

Prior to the start of the outdoor track season, sprinter Brian Sessoms Jr. was an unknown commodity. But with two

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Johnson: Social capital could change fortunes of the poor

    Johnson: Social capital could change fortunes of the poor

Building social capital – or community connections and friendships across lines of race, class and neighborhood boundaries – is especially

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