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Ferguson outrage hits home

    Ferguson outrage hits home

Local leaders dismayed and encouraged to fight for change ( Rev. Willard Bass speaks as S. Wayne Patterson stands at his side.) Local leaders have joined the chorus of voices condemning

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Winners look ahead

    Winners look ahead

(pictured above: Stacey Rubain (second from right) poses with supporters and friends (from left): Justin Hurie, Renu Syal, Bryan Mosley and Angela Townsend.) After months of stump speeches, photo ops and

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Stage set for election season

    Stage set for election season

The 2014 election season promises to be an interesting one, with major shifts on the horizon for the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education and a new judge joining the 21st

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Salem College joins Noonhour tradition

    Salem College joins Noonhour tradition

(pictured above: Head Coach Anita Howard (front row, second from right) and Salem faculty members pose with the Salem College basketball team at the Benton Convention Center Monday. Twenty-year-old Whitney Campbell

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Burton an early entry for Commissioner

    Burton an early entry for Commissioner

Northwest Child Development Centers CEO Dr. Tony Burton III has publicly announced his intentions to run for one of the

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Men of high standards honored by fraternity

    Men of high standards  honored by fraternity

The Psi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. celebrated Achievement Week, a celebration of the fraternity’s founding more

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Editorial: Backward commissioners

    Editorial: Backward commissioners

The right-wing majority of the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners hit residents with a one-two punch this week. They dug

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Carver salutes stellar Class of ’13

    Carver salutes stellar Class of ’13

Carver High School held Senior Awards Day on May 24. The Class of 2013 will attend colleges and universities far

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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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Johnson planning for return to City Council

    Johnson planning for return to City Council

In a Democratic Primary shocker, Joycelyn Johnson lost her City Council seat four years ago to Derwin Montgomery, who was

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