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New program aims to put vets to work

    New program aims to put vets to work

(pictured above:  Veterans Sherod James (left) and Christopher Rose.) City native Christopher Rose wouldn’t trade his seven years in the Navy for the world. “I had honestly what I would consider

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Letter to the Editor: I want to continue to make a difference

    Letter to the Editor: I want to continue to make a difference

This year marks my 12th year as a District Court Judge and my fourth election cycle. Since my election in 2002, I believe that I have made a difference in

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Jobs required for tenants of new development

    Jobs required for tenants of new development

The 50 units that will make up The Oaks at Tenth will boast hardwood floors, energy-efficient kitchens, washers and dryers and many other features that urban dwellers have come to

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Jobs program pushes to fill roster

    Jobs program pushes to  fill roster

YouthBuild, a new City of Winston-Salem program, is giving high school drop-outs a chance to earn their GEDs while learning the lucrative construction trade. YouthBuild is targeting drop-outs ages 16

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Police trainees prepare for the ‘expectant’

    Police trainees prepare for the ‘expectant’

Greensboro native William Armstrong has always known he wanted to be a cop. “I always wanted to help people and

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New WSFD policy reverts back to old medical response system

    New WSFD policy reverts back to old medical response system

City firefighters no longer respond to 911 calls for medical assistance, only for life-threatening medical conditions such as cardiac arrest,

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The Secret Language of Dogs

    The Secret Language of Dogs

As a toddler, Kyle Anderson spent countless hours watching his father, veteran dog trainer Don Anderson, practice his craft. “I

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M&F top honors go to Marsh and Patterson

    M&F top honors go to Marsh and Patterson

Mechanic & Farmers Bank has awarded its 2013 Founders Awards to William A. “Billy” Marsh Jr., a renowned civil rights

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Parkland sprinters going for another sweep

    Parkland sprinters going for another sweep

The girls’ sprint relay teams at Parkland are well established as the crème de la crème of high school track

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Fitness beneficial to senior citizens

    Fitness beneficial to senior citizens

After a scare from a routine doctor’s visit, Betty Jones of Winston-Salem decided it was time to take back control

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