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City wants new life for shotgun houses

    City wants new life for shotgun houses

(pictured above: The house at 716 Humphrey St.) The city is seeking developers to restore the two surviving shotgun houses in the historic Happy Hill community. Long vacant, the houses –

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Victim’s mother says police feedback has been lacking

    Victim’s mother says police feedback has been lacking

(pictured above:  Christopher Thompson was killed on March 25.) A grieving mother who claims calls to the detective investigating her son’s death have gone unreturned should go higher up the

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Historic school moved in preparation for restoration

    Historic school moved in preparation for restoration

(pictured above:  The Neely School is moved to its new location.) Deep in the woods of Neelytown in Rowan County, a few miles outside of China Grove, sat an old,

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Editorial: Piece of the Action

    Editorial: Piece of the Action

Recent transplants may be under the impression that downtown Winston-Salem has always been popping. With all of its razzle-dazzle, even natives are finding the picture of downtown past fading away

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Job fair exclusively for young people draws big crowd

    Job fair exclusively for young people draws big crowd

Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina’s Fourth Annual Youth Job Fair was well-attended. Held Thursday, May 22 at Goodwill headquarters

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‘Southern White Woman’ shares her race evolution

    ‘Southern White Woman’ shares her race evolution

City residents were afforded an up close and personal look at race relations through the eyes of a white woman

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‘Women of Vision’ receive awards 

    ‘Women of Vision’ receive awards 

(pictured above:  Dr. Peggy Valentine is among this year’s winners.) Several community leaders will be honored today on the campus

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Let’s Hear it for the Pearls

    Let’s Hear it for the Pearls

The Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. feted its longest-serving members on Saturday, May 3 at the

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Self-taught genealogist enjoys the chase

    Self-taught genealogist enjoys the chase

(pictured above:  James Gist poses with some of his research.) City native James Gist is an addict. His vice? Genealogy. “It’s

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Grow Something!

    Grow Something!

Conference draws gardening enthusiasts from across the state (pictured above:  Pearl Norman shows off the carnivorous plants she had available for

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