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Never Again

    Never Again

Holocaust survivor entreats students to remember his story (pictured above: Hank Brodt speaks at Forsyth Tech.) An overflow crowd sat in rapt silence for more than an hour Monday as a

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Immigration, The Christian Way

    Immigration, The Christian Way

N.C. Council of Churches pushing for reform (pictured above: Mauricio Castro speaks.) The tumultuous immigration debate has led some to ponder “What Would Jesus Do?” Rev. David Guthrie says the

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At the Intersection of Yesterday & Tomorrow

    At the Intersection of  Yesterday & Tomorrow

In the years to come, the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter will develop the area that was the Belews Street community, making it fertile for bio-tech firms and high-tech startups. But

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For the Long Haul

    For the Long Haul

Wiley students getting year’s worth of mentoring from Innovation Quarter personnel (pictured above:  Future Innovators Yarita Noyola and Elijah Best with their mentors, Mohammad Albanna and Daniel Yohannes (right).) For science-minded

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A Place at the Table

    A Place at the Table

(pictured above: Family members touch Michael Brown’s copper-top vault during his burial at St. Peter’s Cemetery in Normandy, Mo.) Ministers want

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Employees want a proactive boss

    Employees want a proactive boss

Employees of the Forsyth County Department of Social Services took full advantage of the opportunity to provide input into the

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Son of the Godfather has his say

    Son of the Godfather has his say

(pictured above:  Daryl Brown signs a book for a local reader.) The James Brown biopic “Get on Up” is a modest

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Advocates vow to win justice for Kalvin Michael Smith

    Advocates vow to win justice for Kalvin Michael Smith

(pictured above:  August Dark, Kalvin Michael Smith’s father, speaks to supporters at Lloyd Presbyterian Church.) For Darryl Hunt, Sept. 11

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A Matter of Trust

    A Matter of Trust

Local law enforcers reassure community in wake of Ferguson, Mo. crisis (pictured above:  (From left) City Council Member Jeff MacIntosh

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Centenarian Status

    Centenarian Status

Macie Sibert was born at the start of WWI (pictured above:  Tom Jones praises his aunt Macie Sibert (seated, center).

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