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    Dixie Classic Fair name change put on hold by W-S City Council

Dixie Classic Fair name change put on hold by W-S City Council

On Tuesday, Sept. 10, members of the Winston-Salem City Council decided to hold off on changing the name of the Dixie Classic Fair but did approve a resolution that will allow for a name change to go in effect next year.

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    Dr. Gail C. Christopher named executive  director at National Collaborative for Health Equity

Dr. Gail C. Christopher named executive director at National Collaborative for Health Equity

The National Collaborative for Health Equity (NCHE) today announced that Executive Director and Co-Founder Dr. Brian Smedley will resign effective October 31, 2019, to assume a new role as Chief of Psychology in the Public Interest at the American Psychological Association. Dr. Gail Christopher, former vice president and senior advisor at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

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    Bank OZK opens new office in Winston-Salem

Bank OZK opens new office in Winston-Salem

Bank OZK (NASDAQ: OZK) held a ribbon cutting on Tuesday, Sept. 17, for a newly constructed banking office at 1230 Creekshire Way.

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    Supreme Court judge adds author to list of accomplishments

Supreme Court judge adds author to list of accomplishments

North Carolina Supreme Court Judge Mark A. Davis will be able to add published author to his list of accomplishments next month when his book, “A Warren Court of Our Own: The Exum Court and the Expansion of Individual Rights in North Carolina,” is officially available for purchase. 

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