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Respected educator retires after 40 years

    Respected educator retires after 40 years

Alex Richardson was destined to become an elementary science coach. In 2001, the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools received a grant from the National Science Foundation. He saw a listing related to

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Editorial: GOP setbacks & Urban League

    Editorial: GOP setbacks & Urban League

Editorial: GOP setbacks That private school voucher check isn’t quite yet in the mail. A Wake County Superior Court judge last week halted a law that would have provided thousands

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Filmmakers tackle blacks and suicide

    Filmmakers tackle blacks and suicide

(pictured above: Filmmakers Kenneth Todd Nelson and Squeaky Moore look over footage.) Winston-Salem native Kenneth Todd Nelson is sounding the alarm about a problem that he says is claiming the lives

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Jamila Granger joins Primo

    Jamila Granger joins Primo

Jamila B. Granger has joined Winston-Salem-based Primo Water Corp. as vice president and general counsel.  She has more than 15 years of in-house and law firm experience; her particular strengths

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Chief Justice exhorts lawyers to be upright

    Chief Justice exhorts lawyers to be upright

(pictured above:  Attorneys Dudley Humphrey (left) and George Cleland look on as H. Glenn Davis speaks.) N.C. Supreme Court Chief

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Verdict stirs emotions of locals

    Verdict stirs emotions of locals

The trial of the killer of yet another black teenager in Florida has again awakened a national conversation about race

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Delta exhibit features black artists

    Delta exhibit features black artists

Owens Daniels had called Winston-Salem home for several years before he ever set foot in Old Salem. But once the

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Candidates seek support from Senior Democrats

    Candidates seek support from Senior Democrats

(pictured above: Delmas Parker tout’s W.E.B. DuBois’ “The Souls of Black Folk.”) Political hopefuls addressed members of the Forsyth County Senior

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Tour focuses on black artists and craftsmen

    Tour focuses on black artists and craftsmen

The Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA) at Old Salem Museums & Gardens is offering a special tour during

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A Lesson in Culture

    A Lesson in Culture

(pictured above:  Ruth Hopkins addresses her students as Maria Sanchez-Boudy looks on.) Exhibit gives students insight into experiences of immigrants Carter G. Woodson

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