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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 schedule as preparation for 2014, when the school will embark

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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 Unal, Jordan Shegog, Cashlyn Lovell, (back row) Parker Lovell, Shannon

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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 Winston-Salem and Forsyth County. Take the Lead will use the

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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 to stomach the possibility of it being renamed. We know

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Skills camp about more than b-ball

    Skills camp about more than b-ball

Two churches and two college basketball teams came together Saturday to hold a basketball camp for more than 100 children.

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Moore honored for leading BELL summer program

    Moore honored for leading  BELL summer program

Boston, Mass.-based BELL (Building Educated Leaders for Life) has honored an employee for leading a successful local summer program last

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Finance company gives to NWCDC

    Finance company gives to NWCDC

Northwest Child Development Centers, Inc. has received even more financial support. Pittsburgh, Penn.-based Vision Financial Group, Inc. recently gave the

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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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Kids learn from the blindBlind

    Kids learn from the blindBlind

  Students in Cathy Peters’ kindergarten class at Sherwood Forest Elementary School got a crash course in blind awareness on

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Universal-free school breakfast eliminates stigma for poor students

    Universal-free school breakfast eliminates stigma for poor students

A study by two UNCG professors has found evidence that giving all kids access to free breakfast at school, rather

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