A party for Ann Fish, who is celebrating her 60th year in journalism, took place Aug. 12 at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Eden. Fish was hired by the Reidsville Review in 1957 greensboro.com/life/community_news/.

  • By Jenny Drabble Winston-Salem Journal
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MOCKSVILLE — It may not be the campus many have known and loved over the past 61 years, but the Davie County community is happily embracing its shiny new high school on Farmington Road.

  • By Margaret Moffett margaret.moffett@greensboro.com
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Flexibility is a key component of physical fitness — right up there with strength and endurance. That’s why many golfers on the PGA Tour get professional help from physical therapists on site at tournaments.

  • By Jeff Mills jeff.mills@greensboro.com
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Master Yogi Berra, the beloved 9-year-old black Labrador retriever, was a fixture at Greensboro Grasshoppers games since 2009. He was diagnosed with inoperable cancer in July.

  • By John Hinton Winston-Salem Journal
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Two local groups will hold a vigil tonight and a rally Saturday regarding last Saturday's events in Charlottesville, Virginia, where one woman was killed, two Virginia state troopers died, and 19 others were injured during a white nationalists' rally and a gathering of counter protesters.

  • By Michael Hewlett Winston-Salem Journal
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LEXINGTON — Attorneys for Thomas Martens and Molly Corbett, convicted of murdering Irish businessman Jason Corbett, say in court papers filed Wednesday that the jury verdict should be thrown out, accusing some of the jurors of misconduct.

  • By Michael Hewlett Winston-Salem Journal
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LEXINGTON — Attorneys for Thomas Martens and Molly Corbett, convicted of murdering Irish businessman Jason Corbett, say in court papers filed Wednesday that the jury verdict should be thrown out, accusing some of the jurors of misconduct.

  • By Jenny Drabble Winston-Salem Journal
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Both finalists for police chief in Winston-Salem have more than 20 years of law enforcement experience, were born in the same year and are the proud parents of two children.

  • By Nancy McLaughlin nancy.mclaughlin@greensboro.com
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So, I wrote this nearly a decade ago, asking spiritual leaders from the Triad to look back at their college experiences and what they wished they had known back then.This is the original article (some positions have changed). I think it's valuable enough to tuck in your child's suitcase.