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Rountree recalls community work as he departs WSPD

    Rountree recalls community work as he departs WSPD

When Chief Barry Rountree joined the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) in 1988, he didn’t initially plan to be there long.

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Union internship program jumpstarts college career pursuits

    Union internship program jumpstarts college career pursuits

Nine college students participated in a summer internship program at Union Baptist Church in order to earn an edge on their career pursuits

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Reynolds starts the year off on a high note

    Reynolds starts the year off on a high note

Reynolds faced off against Parkland high in the first junior varsity action of the year.

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Stuff-the-Bus collects supplies for teachers

    Stuff-the-Bus collects supplies for teachers

As hundreds of teachers got school supplies for their classrooms from the Educator Warehouse, a bus outside was collecting items to fill it back up.

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2017 Boston Roundup called the biggest ever

    2017 Boston Roundup called the biggest ever

The food was plentiful, and the good times rolled last Saturday evening as thousands of people came together to celebrate the 24th annual Boston Roundup.

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W-S OKs Sunday morning alcohol

    W-S OKs Sunday morning alcohol

Military incentives, serving alcohol on Sunday and where newspaper racks can go downtown were among the items approved by the City Council on Monday.

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W-S man, 22, holds a vision of success

    W-S man, 22, holds  a vision of success

Deandre Kellyman, one of the finalists in the Blind Idol singing competition, is Busta Brown’s Person of the Week.

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WSPD: KKK did not apply for march permit in Winston-Salem

    WSPD: KKK did not apply for march permit in Winston-Salem

To this date the Winston-Salem Police Department has received no requests from or issued any permits to the KKK.

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Legislators protect statues over people

    Legislators protect statues over people

Even with all the controversy surrounding Confederate monuments, removing them in North Carolina is not easy.

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Commentary: Small business provides economic engine to local communities

    Commentary: Small business provides economic engine to local communities

Algenon Cash’s thoughts on the importance of small businesses to the economy.

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