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He never quits

    He never quits

Busta’s Person of the Week By Busta Brown I walked into Dr. John Mendez office, and right away I saw the sculptures of some our greatest leaders. Mendez put his

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Galilee celebrates Christmas season

    Galilee celebrates Christmas season

Joy to the world could be found Sunday afternoon at Galilee Missionary Baptist Church as the congregation celebrated the Christmas season with a program called “The Peace of Christmas.” The

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Editorial: We must remain focused to unite our community

    Editorial: We must remain focused to unite our community

While the national community seems focused on issues that may divide us at times, Winston-Salem and Forsyth County should continue to stay focused on working together on issues that will

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Commentary: Local Christmas events bring joy

    Commentary: Local Christmas events bring joy

By Algenon Cash The unexpected snow that recently blanketed our community for a weekend previewed the coming winter and Christmas season.  For many, including myself, the holiday season is the

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Commentary: Citizens get poor reception from city under cell tower zoning

    Commentary: Citizens get poor reception from city under cell tower zoning

By David D. Castro There are few things more frustrating than trying to talk to someone on a mobile phone

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Bingo for Turkeys helps feed the community

    Bingo for Turkeys helps feed the community

Thanksgiving is a time for reflecting, spending time with family and of course a great home cooked meal.  For some,

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Rec and Parks Department loses another to retirement

    Rec and Parks Department loses another to retirement

Already in 2017 the city of Winston-Salem and the Recreation and Parks Department has seen the retirement announcements of two

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The Enclave seeks to grow

    The Enclave seeks to grow

An abandoned, foreclosed development that’s now a thriving community of affordable housing is looking to expand. During the 2008 foreclosure

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Students and parents explore opportunities at local magnet schools

    Students and parents explore opportunities at local magnet schools

Although the Dixie Classic Fair isn’t scheduled to return to the city until Sept. 2018, the Education Building at the

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Thanksgiving holiday means changes

    Thanksgiving holiday means changes

City offices will be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23 and 24, for the Thanksgiving holiday. CityLink 311, the city’s

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