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Salem alumna earns a Fulbright Award

    Salem alumna earns  a Fulbright Award

Salem College alumna Ronda Zelezny-Green recently earned a Fulbright Award to research mobile-based social learning in informal settings, and issues of gender, technology and equity in Nairobi, Kenya. The 2005

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The Things to Come

    The Things to Come

Science-minded students treated to special career fair Students at Atkins Academic and Technology High School were shown the opportunities that await those who master the science, technology, engineering and math

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Ephesus Junior Academy receives grant

    Ephesus Junior Academy receives grant

The Ephesus Junior Academy in Winston-Salem was recently awarded an $18,000 SMART grant from the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Southern Union. The funds will be used to accelerate the progress of

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A New Day for High Point Regional

    A New Day for High Point Regional

High Point Regional’s merger with UNC Health Care System is now official. Under the merger, UNC Health Care will become the sole member of High Point Regional, providing $150 million

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Family business cited for longevity, success

    Family business cited for longevity, success

The Wake Forest University Family Business Center and Business North Carolina have made their selections for the 2013 North Carolina

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Federal cuts could hit students most in need

    Federal cuts could hit students most in need

The federal sequestration, or across the board budget cuts, that went into effect on March 1 will have substantial impact

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Hayes essays earn kids praise from WSBA

    Hayes essays earn kids praise from WSBA

The life and legacy of the late Judge Roland Hayes was celebrated this week, during the Winston-Salem Bar Association’s fourth

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The Sport of Science

    The Sport of Science

Brain power earns students medals  Students’ knowledge of anatomy, astronomy, chemistry and more were tested Saturday during a competition at

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Jack-of-all-trades passionate about getting kids to read

    Jack-of-all-trades passionate about getting kids to read

Johnny Duckett was a substitute teacher back in 2000 when it became apparent to him that one of the biggest

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New coalition lays out ambitious plan for schools and troubled youth

    New coalition lays out  ambitious plan for schools and troubled youth

City Council Member James Taylor convened the first-ever meeting of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Education Coalition Tuesday at City Hall. “I

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