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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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Busta’s Person of the Week: He’s not your traditional Christian

    Busta’s Person of the Week: He’s not your traditional Christian

Busta’s Person of the Week: He’s not your traditional Christian

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30th District Prince Hall Order of the Eastern Star crowns queen

    30th District Prince Hall Order of the Eastern Star crowns queen

A new OES queen was crowned during the annual 30th District Queens contest held on Sunday, July 14 at the 14th Street Masonic Hall in Winston-Salem.

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Black Philanthropy Initiative announces $25,000 in grants during Black Philanthropy Month

    Black Philanthropy Initiative announces $25,000 in grants during Black Philanthropy Month

The Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI) announces $25,000 in grants awarded from the Black Philanthropy Fund’s tenth grant cycle, supporting programs that are improving the lives of African Americans in the area of Advancing Racial Equity in Education.

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Neighbors For Better Neighborhoods announces new executive director

  Neighbors For Better Neighborhoods announces new executive director

Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods welcomed Winston-Salem resident Latoya Robinson as its new executive director on Monday, Aug. 12.

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Community celebrates the life of Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr.

  Community celebrates the life of Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr.

More than a thousand people filed into Union Baptist Church on Tuesday, Aug. 13 to celebrate the life of Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr.

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WSPD concludes fatal shooting at BJ’s Restaurant was not motivated by race

  WSPD concludes fatal shooting at BJ’s Restaurant was not motivated by race

Although racial epithets were used during the altercation between Julius “Juice” Sampson Jr. and Robert Granato, the Winston Salem Police Department has concluded that the fatal shooting in the parking lot of BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse last week was not racially motivated.

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Still asking…where will they go?

  Still asking…where will they go?

HAWS seems to be moving forward with sale of Crystal Towers while tenants left in the dark

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Quality Independent Living delivers book bags for the homeless

  Quality Independent Living delivers book bags for the homeless

Quality Independent Living delivers book bags for the homeless

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Suspect charged in shooting death of Julius Sampson Jr.

  Suspect charged in shooting death of Julius Sampson Jr.

Suspect charged in shooting death of Julius Sampson Jr.

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