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Public Enemy co-founder, activist will speak at block party

    Public Enemy co-founder, activist will speak at block party

The Winston Mutual Building will soon be the site of a block party with appearances by Public Enemy’s Professor Griff and Clarence Henderson, who was one of the activists in

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New city park will be named after N. Malloy

    New city park will be named after N. Malloy

The new handicap accessible North Ward park, which will break ground next week, will now be named after former City Council Member Nelson Malloy Jr. The Winston-Salem City Council voted

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Arrest made in campus slaying of Ali Baker

    Arrest made in campus slaying of Ali Baker

The man accused of murder on the campus of Wake Forest University (WFU) was arrested last week. According to reports, members of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department and Charlotte Office of

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An expo for those left behind and underserved

    An expo for those left behind and underserved

The Community Reentry Expo is coming next Thursday April 26 at Hanes Hosiery Recreation Center in Winston-Salem from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. “The Community Reentry Expo is the first

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WSSU might be getting school of Chiropractic

  WSSU might be getting school of Chiropractic

N.C. Rep. Ed Hanes Jr. announced that a study detailing information for a School of Chiropractic at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) is headed to the General Assembly.

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Lawmaker encourages college women to embrace philanthropy

  Lawmaker encourages college women to embrace philanthropy

N.C. Rep. Evelyn Terry dropped by to encourage the women attending an ACEY Group event in The Winston-Salem Foundation building.

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Remembering Maya Angelou

  Remembering Maya Angelou

Dr. Maya Angelou was born April 4, 1928, She would have been 90 years old this year, but she died Wednesday, May 28, 2014, at her home in Winston-Salem.

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Leaders vow transparency in fatal police shooting

  Leaders vow transparency in fatal police shooting

The community and the family of a black man fatally wounded by a Winston-Salem police officer wait for answers. Those

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Joines answers tough questions on 2018 bond proposal

  Joines answers tough questions on 2018 bond proposal

Members of the East/Northeast Neighborhood Association and more than a dozen other community advocates sat down with Mayor Allen Joines

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Local Liberian organization prepares for what’s next

  Local Liberian organization prepares for what’s next

Trump ends DED status Last week President Donald Trump announced plans to end Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) and Temporary Protected

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