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City to expand original testing boundary near toxic schools

    City to expand original testing boundary near toxic schools

Residents in the Hanes-Lowrance community received a letter last week informing them that the City of Winston-Salem will be expanding its scope into potential groundwater contamination in the area. The

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C.G. Woodson students work on multi-cultural showcase

    C.G. Woodson students work on multi-cultural showcase

(Above: Submitted Photos- Iara Calheira Kendrick teaches the children dance moves.) Students at Carter G. Woodson are learning new moves that they’ll be ready to show off at the end

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Historic school moved in preparation for restoration

    Historic school moved in preparation for restoration

(pictured above:  The Neely School is moved to its new location.) Deep in the woods of Neelytown in Rowan County, a few miles outside of China Grove, sat an old,

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New principal sees great possibilities at Parkland

    New principal sees great possibilities at Parkland

(pictured above: Spencer Hardy takes over at Parkland on March 3.) After nearly 38 years in public education, Dr. Tim Lee, the longtime principal of Parkland IB Magnet High School, is

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For Seniors Only: Age is Just a Number – Mine is Unlisted

    For Seniors Only: Age is Just a Number – Mine is Unlisted

By Judie Holcomb-Pack I recently received my Medicare card and am now looking forward to retirement in a few months.

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Students help agency make up shortfall

    Students help agency make up shortfall

The Gentleman’s Quorum of Cook Elementary School sprang into action when it learned that the Salvation Army’s annual holiday Red

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Prep shines in coming out season

    Prep shines in coming out season

It’s a time of transition for Winston-Salem Prep football. In its first year, the Phoenix played a strictly junior varsity

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Selfless at Thanksgiving

    Selfless at Thanksgiving

Local group of volunteers on service trip to Ghana (pictured above: Travellers (front row, from left) Beth Frack, Bray Barto, Jozy

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Easton signs on for Dancing Classrooms

    Easton signs on for Dancing Classrooms

Take the Lead North Carolina has been awarded a Wells Fargo Arts in Education grant by the Arts Council of

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Still Won’t be the Same

    Still Won’t  be the Same

As hard as this community fought to get Medal of Honor winner Lawrence Joel’s name on the coliseum, it’s hard

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