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What Happens to Online & Social Media Accounts at Death?

    What Happens to Online & Social Media Accounts at Death?

By Vance Parker, JD, MBA Estate planning documents are designed to protect clients’ wishes both during life and after death. As part of the estate planning process, a client chooses

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Blacks critical to ALS fight

(pictured above:  Dr. Janel Johnson in the lab.) By now, we have all probably seen the Ice Bucket Challenge. It is wonderful that people from all walks of life come together

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Rams muse over Ferguson

    Rams muse over Ferguson

(pictured above:  Kenny Brown speaks as Olivia Sedwick and Mona Zahir look on.) In the wake of the killing of an unarmed teenager in Ferguson, Mo., Winston-Salem State University held

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Summer on the Stump

    Summer on the Stump

District Court hopeful looks forward to head-to-head challenge (pictured above:  Valene Franco rides in Kernersville’s recent 4th of July parade behind a supporter holding her sign.) Parades, neighborhood gatherings, 5Ks. Valene

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Bowing In Gracefully

    Bowing In Gracefully

Local singer’s group makes gospel debut (pictured above:  Grace members (from left) Gene Hoskins, Janae Brown of Charlotte, Ajay Simmons of

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First in series of feasts aims to start conversations

    First in series of feasts aims to start conversations

Community gardeners and health advocates were among those who dined at the Forsyth Cooperative Extension on Monday, April 7 at

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Black doctors group fully behind Obamacare

    Black doctors group fully behind Obamacare

Last week, the National Medical Association (NMA) expressed satisfaction that more than 2.2 million people through Dec. 28 have selected

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Local student becomes face of immigration campaign

    Local student becomes face of immigration campaign

(pictured above: Junior Valeria Sotelo on the campus of Salem College.) Lexington resident Valeria Sotelo has done everything right. The 21-year-old

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Aggie Mullins takes NYC by storm

    Aggie Mullins takes NYC by storm

Dexter Mullins, a 2010 graduate of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, is making a name for himself in

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Editorial: Grambling State

    Editorial: Grambling State

When my father started out in the 1930s, the coal mines he worked in Harlan County, Ken. did not feature

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