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The News & Observer
A challenging season for Boston Collegescorer, turned pro after his junior season. Only two regulars returned, and Chr
A challenging season for Boston College
The News & Observer / Posted 12 hours ago
scorer, turned pro after his junior season. Only two regulars returned, and Christian was left to truly start building the foundation of a program this year. It’s proven every bit as challenging as expected in Chestnut Hill, where Boston College... Read more
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The Charlotte Post
Fat kids a major national concerngenerate change. Voices for Healthy Kids is a combined effort of the American H
Fat kids a major national concern
The Charlotte Post / Posted 3 days ago
generate change. Voices for Healthy Kids is a combined effort of the American Heart Association and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation aimed at taking action to prevent childhood obesity. “It’s working to create environments that support health so... Read more
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The News & Observer
NC State Bar dismisses complaints against prosecutors in racially divisive casedivisive case Duke law professor says prosecutors used ‘false’ affidavit to di
NC State Bar dismisses complaints against prosecutors in racially divisive case
The News & Observer / Posted 3 days ago
divisive case Duke law professor says prosecutors used ‘false’ affidavit to discredit his client Records show victim in Winston-Salem case never identified assailant as a black male Prosecutors, including candidate for attorney general, are... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Radiate Church relocates to Lexingtonof the Sunday services that are posted weekly on Facebook. He works full time a
Radiate Church relocates to Lexington
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 4 days ago
of the Sunday services that are posted weekly on Facebook. He works full time as a mechanic at Pepsi Bottling Ventures in Winston-Salem. Christy Brubaker said the church embraces technology to reach more people. “It’s just another tool to get... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Friday's editorial: Poor bearing the brunt of state decisionyear, Mark Hall, a professor of law and public health at Wake Forest University
Friday's editorial: Poor bearing the brunt of state decision
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 4 days ago
year, Mark Hall, a professor of law and public health at Wake Forest University and a national health care expert, told the Winston-Salem Journal last month. The federal government has pledged to pay 100 percent of the cost for the first three... Read more
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The Fort Dodge Messenger
MARY F. MURPHYat Trinity Regional Medical Center in Fort Dodge. She is survived by their thr
MARY F. MURPHY
The Fort Dodge Messenger / Posted 5 days ago
at Trinity Regional Medical Center in Fort Dodge. She is survived by their three children, Lynn (Lynette) Murphy of Winston-Salem, NC, Paul Murphy of Canon City, CO and Kaye (Gary) Shriver of Gold Canyon, AZ; 10 grandchildren and 7... Read more
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The News & Observer
Superintendent candidates clash over career trainingthem into an economic class, and makes it very difficult to change jobs if ther
Superintendent candidates clash over career training
The News & Observer / Posted 8 days ago
them into an economic class, and makes it very difficult to change jobs if there is another economic downturn.” Johnson, a Winston-Salem lawyer, said he disagrees with Stein's position. Johnson, Stein, and J. Wesley Sills of Dunn are running in... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
Camp Vandemere reopens after Hurricane Irene destructionraised and donated to Camp Vandemere by churches and community members. The cam
Camp Vandemere reopens after Hurricane Irene destruction
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 9 days ago
raised and donated to Camp Vandemere by churches and community members. The camp also received a $25,000 grant from the Rye Foundation in Winston Salem. Price said even though he has not done any advertising there is only two weeks of this summer... Read more
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Air Force Times
Lab-grown testicles give new hope to wounded vetsor no longer have their reproductive organs, academic institutions, including W
Lab-grown testicles give new hope to wounded vets
Air Force Times / Posted 9 days ago
or no longer have their reproductive organs, academic institutions, including Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and Johns Hopkins Military and Veterans Health Institute in Baltimore, are stepping in to... Read more
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The News & Observer
NC costs, benefits of Medicaid expansion about equal in 2020, analysis sayscost of expansion, when the state begins shouldering that portion. Their analy
NC costs, benefits of Medicaid expansion about equal in 2020, analysis says
The News & Observer / Posted 14 days ago
cost of expansion, when the state begins shouldering that portion. Their analysis was presented at a forum this week in Winston-Salem. “Undoubtedly, expanding Medicaid will incur some substantial cost to the state once its cost-sharing portion... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
Hazel SharpeSue Long of Buford, Georgia, and Patricia Ann Spakes (Jerry Finn) of Chapel Hil
Hazel Sharpe
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 15 days ago
Sue Long of Buford, Georgia, and Patricia Ann Spakes (Jerry Finn) of Chapel Hill; two stepchildren, Danna Myers (Bill) of Winston-Salem and Charles Sharpe (Johnna) of Raleigh; one sister, Grace Eckley (Wilton) of Desmoines, Iowa; 11 grandchildren;... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Wake Forest discussion looks at Medicaid expansion prospectsWINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - Representatives from think tanks, interest groups, t
Wake Forest discussion looks at Medicaid expansion prospects
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 15 days ago
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - Representatives from think tanks, interest groups, the General Assembly and health industry CEOs are talking about the future of Medicaid expansion in North Carolina. Wake Forest University law school is scheduled to host... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Wake Forest discussion looks at Medicaid expansion prospectsWINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - Representatives from think tanks, interest groups, t
Wake Forest discussion looks at Medicaid expansion prospects
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 15 days ago
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) - Representatives from think tanks, interest groups, the General Assembly and health industry CEOs are talking about the future of Medicaid expansion in North Carolina. Wake Forest University law school is scheduled to host... Read more
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Denver Post
Nuggets Mailbag: How many No. 1 draft picks will Denver have this summer?the season. Mr. Dempsey, why does Coach not play Lauvergne? Special request. I
Nuggets Mailbag: How many No. 1 draft picks will Denver have this summer?
Denver Post / Posted 19 days ago
the season. Mr. Dempsey, why does Coach not play Lauvergne? Special request. I think the Nuggets have a fantastic foundation, in a great talent evaluator at GM, a great coach, a nice cast of super young talent, nice veterans that want to... Read more
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Denver Post
Nuggets Mailbag: How many No. 1 draft picks will Denver have this summer?the season. Mr. Dempsey, why does Coach not play Lauvergne? Special request. I
Nuggets Mailbag: How many No. 1 draft picks will Denver have this summer?
Denver Post / Posted 19 days ago
the season. Mr. Dempsey, why does Coach not play Lauvergne? Special request. I think the Nuggets have a fantastic foundation, in a great talent evaluator at GM, a great coach, a nice cast of super young talent, nice veterans that want to... Read more
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