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Deacs hosting women’s football clinic

    Deacs hosting women’s football clinic

The 16th annual Wake Forest Women’s Football Clinic will be held at Bridger Field House at BB&T Field on Thursday, July 18 from 6–9 p.m. The Women’s Football Clinic offers

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Camp immerses students in science

    Camp immerses students in science

Twelve year-old Akshat Dixit dreams of becoming an engineer or computer scientist. Akshat, a rising eighth grader at Hanes Middle School, and nearly 100 of his peers are getting a

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UL and partners to aid small businesses

    UL and partners to aid small businesses

The Winston-Salem Urban League is partnering with the City of Winston-Salem and Wake Forest University to offer small businesses the knowledge and expertise they need to thrive. The partners will

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Moles Create Memories

    Moles Create Memories

Prominent women from across the Southeast donned their trademark emerald and white and flocked to the Twin City last weekend for the 63rd Annual Conclave of The Moles, Inc. More

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Nonprofits welcome volunteers on ‘Action’ day

    Nonprofits welcome volunteers on ‘Action’ day

More than two dozen young professionals took time away from their busy work schedules to give back to the community

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Film, discussion probe dangers of down-home goodness

    Film, discussion probe dangers of down-home goodness

The triumphs and pitfalls of Soul Food were explored during the screening of an award winning documentary at The Enterprise

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START program seeks participants

    START program seeks participants

Lindsay Tise is not the guy you would expect to see pumping iron at the gym. At 94 years old,

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Winston Lake Y to share a leader

    Winston Lake Y to share a leader

The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina is breaking with the norm at the Winston Lake Family YMCA. Instead of hiring

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Community advocates see good, bad in state of black leadership

    Community advocates see good, bad in state of black leadership

The heat has been on local African American elected officials – particularly those on the City Council and Forsyth County

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

Let the residents decide To the Editor: Kudos to City Councilmen James Taylor and Derwin Montgomery for voting against selling

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