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City wants new life for shotgun houses

    City wants new life for shotgun houses

(pictured above: The house at 716 Humphrey St.) The city is seeking developers to restore the two surviving shotgun houses in the historic Happy Hill community. Long vacant, the houses –

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A Gold Medal Spirit

    A Gold Medal Spirit

Local Special Olympian raising money to compete at National Games (pictured above: Ghree Lockard wears her Special Olympics medals.) An effort is afoot to raise money to help Ghree Lockard compete

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Job fair exclusively for young people draws big crowd

    Job fair exclusively for young people draws big crowd

Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina’s Fourth Annual Youth Job Fair was well-attended. Held Thursday, May 22 at Goodwill headquarters on University Parkway, the job fair drew a steady stream

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They’re Departing to Serve

    They’re Departing to Serve

(pictured above:  Michael (far left) and Jill (third from left) Drennen pose with WSSU Elementary Education Coordinator Fran Oates and professor Dr. David Peay.) Winston-Salem State University Chancellor Donald Reaves called it

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Lawyers giving gifts to foster children

    Lawyers giving gifts to foster children

Local lawyers detailed Project Birthday at the Forsyth County Department of Social Services on Friday, May 2, the second day

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Extirpating Racism

    Extirpating Racism

Personal stories highlight YWCA initiative (pictured above: Gateway YWCA Board Member LaShonda Hairston speaks on the history of the Historic Oak Grove

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Speakers: Coal ash threat real

    Speakers: Coal ash threat real

(pictured above: Amy Adams speaks.) The Feb. 2 pipe leak that dumped 39,000 tons of coal ash into Dan River is

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Committee to consider public’s input in search for new chancellor

    Committee to consider public’s input in search for new chancellor

(pictured above: Debra Miller listens as Chancellor Donald Reaves speaks last year at the grand opening of a center named in

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City enlists top brass to tout proposed bond referendum

    City enlists top brass to tout proposed bond referendum

(pictured above:  Residents survey bond information at the meeting.) Residents of the Northeast Ward got an up-close look on April 16

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Choices, Choices, Choices

    Choices, Choices, Choices

Long-running program helps young people zero-in on careers (pictured above: Career Skill participants (left to right, front row) Carrigan Moore, Danielle

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