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Rountree and High Court

    Rountree and High Court

New Winston-Salem Police Chief Barry Rountree made national headlines last week for all the wrong reasons. Blogs and web sites that specialize in strange, unusual news could not resist a

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Camp immerses students in science

    Camp immerses students in science

Twelve year-old Akshat Dixit dreams of becoming an engineer or computer scientist. Akshat, a rising eighth grader at Hanes Middle School, and nearly 100 of his peers are getting a

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Nonprofits welcome volunteers on ‘Action’ day

    Nonprofits welcome volunteers on ‘Action’ day

More than two dozen young professionals took time away from their busy work schedules to give back to the community last week. More than 300 United Way agencies nationwide participated

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SSAAH adds tennis memorabilia

    SSAAH adds tennis memorabilia

Dr. James Ewers, a native of  Winston-Salem, has donated several of his sports accolades to the Society for the Study of Afro-American History. Dr. Ewers was a top rated tennis

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Sunday bus service a-go

    Sunday bus service a-go

The Winston-Salem Transit Authority and Trans-Aid are poised to begin offering Sunday service later this year, city officials say. City

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Allen Family holds weekend reunion

    Allen Family holds weekend reunion

The descendants of the late Mack Allen and Mary Hunter Allen Wilson enjoyed a two-day reunion over the weekend. The

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First Waughtown to kick off VBS

    First Waughtown to kick off VBS

First Waughtown Baptist Church, 838 Moravia St., will conduct Vacation Bible School from June 23 – 28. Rev. Dennis W.

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Local BBQ team wins Rib Fest title

    Local BBQ team wins Rib Fest title

The Carolina Smokin’ John’s BBQ team from Winston-Salem is the 2013 Grand Champion Winner of the 9th Annual Texas Pete

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The Greatest Generation

    The Greatest Generation

In Winston-Salem, like in countless cities across the South during the Jim Crow era, black students fought against the odds

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‘Hungry’ concerts to begin

    ‘Hungry’ concerts to begin

The Voices of God’s Children, Inc. (VOGC) will present an evening of spirituals, hymns, anthems and gospel music on Monday,

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