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Local BBQ team wins Rib Fest title

    Local BBQ team wins Rib Fest title

The Carolina Smokin’ John’s BBQ team from Winston-Salem is the 2013 Grand Champion Winner of the 9th Annual Texas Pete Twin City Rib Fest, which drew rib cookers from across

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Rock-Solid Advice

    Rock-Solid Advice

Mother of actor/comedian speaks to local students  Comedian Chris Rock’s mother, Rosalie “Rose” Rock, visited Kernersville Monday. Rock, an educator and host of the weekly Myrtle Beach, SC radio program,

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IFB hands out honors

    IFB hands out honors

Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind (IFB) recently passed out its annual honors to employees, volunteers and customers for their exceptional contributions to the organization’s success in providing jobs, training and

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Salem College junior earns Congressional Gold Medal

    Salem College junior earns Congressional Gold Medal

Salem College junior Madison Thomas has earned the Congressional Gold Medal – the U.S. Congress’ highest award for young Americans. Participants in this program earn Bronze, Silver and Gold medals

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Ageless Wonders

    Ageless Wonders

City celebrates birthday with other 100-year-olds More than 40 of the city’s oldest residents were feted Friday afternoon during the

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Shoppers given opportunity to support troops

    Shoppers given opportunity to support troops

Harris Teeter has launched a donation card campaign to support both the United Service Organizations (USO) and Wounded Warrior Project

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WSSU’s Massey signs with CFL

    WSSU’s Massey signs with CFL

Winston-Salem State’s Jameze Massey has signed with the Canadian Football League’s Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Massey is a 5-8, 170 pound

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Honors for WSSU tennis players

    Honors for WSSU tennis players

The Winston-Salem State University tennis program earned a pair of weekly honors last week from the CIAA. Sophomore Jonathan Aubrey

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Voting Rights Act under attack

    Voting Rights Act under attack

Shelby County, Ala. is suing the Justice Department because they think that Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of

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