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Beasley to address local Democrats

    Beasley to address local Democrats

(pictured above:  Justice Cheri Beasley is seeking another term.) N.C. Supreme Court Justice Cheri Beasley will discuss “The Importance of Voter Participation in Electing Judges in North Carolina” when she addresses

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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 at what a proposed bond referendum would yield. Mayor Pro

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‘Little’ Reading Program Takes Off

    ‘Little’ Reading Program Takes Off

Book sharing program aims to bond neighbors (pictured above: President Sandra Stinson (second from left) celebrates the library’s opening with fellow Neal Place residents.) They’re little, but their ability to bring

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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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Save the Joel name

    Save the Joel name

The city’s move to unload the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum and Bowman Gray Stadium makes good financial sense. The

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Black History in the Flesh

    Black History in the Flesh

Fire Department honors those who blazed the path The Winston-Salem Fire Department kept up what has become a Black History

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Controversial author/researcher gives her take on conquering poverty

    Controversial author/researcher gives her take on conquering poverty

Dr. Ruby Payne, author of “Bridges out of Poverty,” led a three-hour workshop last week, schooling a group of more

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