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Trailblazing pediatrician saluted for his service

    Trailblazing pediatrician saluted for his service

(pictured above: Greg Davis and Wanda Starke share a laugh with Dr. Kennedy (right).) Former patients of retired pediatrician Dr. Charles “Charlie” Kennedy helped to fill a banquet hall at the

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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 two District A Forsyth County Board of Commissioners seats. The

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Center becomes premier social venue

    Center becomes premier social venue

Established event and entertainment venues in the city are facing competition in East Winston. The Enterprise Conference & Banquet Center on South Martin Luther King Jr. Drive is quickly becoming

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Letters to the Editor: The need is great

    Letters to the Editor: The need is great

To the Editor: The Forsyth County Department of Social Services (DSS) sincerely appreciates the recent community response to ensure that nearly 800 people had food on their tables after we

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

Dismantling racism To the Editor: Having been involved in local inter-racial bridge-building – through the YWCA, our churches, CHANGE, and

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Incumbents and hopefuls file for Council seats

    Incumbents and hopefuls file for Council seats

Mayor Allen Joines officially kicked off his re-election Monday at the Forsyth County Government Center, just before making his way

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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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Professor’s story proof that all is possible

    Professor’s story proof that all is possible

Dr. Nkrumah Lewis, a Winston-Salem State University professor and author of “Becoming a Butterfly: From Prison to Ph.D.,” shared lessons

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Johnson: Social capital could change fortunes of the poor

    Johnson: Social capital could change fortunes of the poor

Building social capital – or community connections and friendships across lines of race, class and neighborhood boundaries – is especially

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