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“Print this article and hand it to frightened mask-wearers who have believed the alarmist media, politicians, and Technocrats in white coats,” stated a public post on the Facebook page of Dr. Bruce Lantelme, founder of Robinhood Integrated Health in Winston-Salem, “Masks are proven ineffecti…

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Winston-Salem, NC – Thanks to the COVID-19 Response Fund for Forsyth County established by our community partners, ESR was able to create the Emergency Empowerment and Readiness Initiative to support local community members impacted by the novel coronavirus. The initiative begins Tuesday, Ju…

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GREENSBORO, NC – Downtown Greensboro Inc. (DGI) has begun to move forward with the Rebuilding Greensboro Grant Program that allows businesses to receive grants from $100 to $3,000 for window repairs, repainting, as well as protective measures implemented as a result of the civil unrest that …

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JAMESTOWN, N.C. (July 16, 2020) – Guilford Technical Community College has outlined its plan to serve students for the Fall 2020 semester. The college will offer instruction in a variety of formats – in-person and online – to best serve student needs and meet the requirements for social dist…

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Many people know Kyle Petty as a talented veteran of the NASCAR circuit and a member of one of the sport’s pioneering families, being the grandson of Lee Petty and the son of Richard Petty. He’s also a singer/songwriter, occasional actor, noted philanthropist, and popular sports commentator.

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WINSTON-SALEM (JULY 10, 2020)—The 2020 Gears & Guitars music festival, the Winston-Salem Cycling Classic and Flow Auto Gran Fondo have been cancelled for 2020.  Organizers had hoped to have the rescheduled events, which usually take place in early summer, later this year in October.  How…

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As part of Forsyth County’s Coronavirus Relief Fund Plan, the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners has approved the purchase of PPE items to distribute to local businesses who were required to close or drastically change their operations as a result of Covid-19 Stay at Home Orders. Known as…

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Walker Lyon is a High Point highschooler and solo-artist spending his quarantine summer building a portfolio of releases reflecting warm days and teenage living in the age of coronavirus.  

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In case you hadn’t heard, in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, drive-in theaters are suddenly all the rage again. It’s a way of maintaining social distance but also enjoying movies as they were meant to be seen – on the big screen.

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Due to continuing health and safety concerns related to COVID-19, autumn in the Carolinas will come and go without the time traveling celebration of the annual Carolina Renaissance Festival.

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HIGH POINT, N.C. – Resilience High Point is excited to announce a collaboration of four youth-serving organizations to bring structured virtual summer activities for its elementary and middle school students. This collaboration of Resilience High Point members brings together the strengths o…

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The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office received flak this weekend after a video went viral on social media, portraying what appeared to be a white FCSO  deputy restraining a Black man (with help from two white men and one black man, appearing to be civilians) at Cook’s Flea Market, located at 4…