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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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Artist picked for city anniversary project

    Artist picked for city anniversary project

The City Council has selected Vandorn Hinnant, a Greensboro artist, as the winner of the city’s Centennial Art Commission. Hinnant’s proposal was recommended to the council by a panel of

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Grant to support student development program

    Grant to support student development program

The Center for Community Safety (CCS) at Winston-Salem State University, in collaboration with North Carolina Lions District 31D Lions and the Winston-Salem Twin City Host Lions Club, has received a

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African dress project seeks pillowcase donations

    African dress project seeks pillowcase donations

The Rukiya Busara Piedmont Triad Chapter (RuBu) of the Swing Phi Swing Social Fellowship, Inc. mentoring program Girls as Pearls (GAP) is hard at work creating and designing pillow case

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Editorial: Changes. Petitions and Positions

    Editorial: Changes. Petitions and Positions

(pictured above: Forsyth County Elections Director Rob Coffman) A change.org petition has been started to support Forsyth County Elections Director

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A&T professor is another successful PhD Project alumnus

    A&T professor is another successful PhD Project alumnus

After successfully defending his dissertation, “Fair Value Measurements Disclosure: Mandatory Adoption, Valuation and Disclosure Effects,” Dr. Joseph D. Reid received

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Community bids adieu to Rescue Mission leader

    Community bids adieu to Rescue Mission leader

(pictured above:  Dan Parsons (left) greets Drs. Dorothy Bethea (center) and Chinyu Wu.) After more than a decade at the helm

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Change in GED format may be hinderance

    Change in GED format may be hinderance

In keeping with North Carolina’s adoption of the Common Core State Standards Initiative for students in grades K-12, the GED

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Burke Singers adding voices to Christmas concert

The Winston-Salem State University Burke Singers, a female a cappella vocal ensemble founded by Director of Choirs and Vocal Studies

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Goler celebrates rich AME Zion legacy

Goler Memorial AME Zion Church, 630 North Patterson Ave., celebrated its legacy as a “Freedom Church” last month during a

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