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WFMY News 2 wanted to give special recognition to "You the community" as this month's "2 Those Who Care" recipient.
A Triad mother takes on the role of Santa at the Enrichment Center in Winston-Salem.
2 Those Who Care recipient Gwen McIntosh uses her love for baking to sweeten the lives of others.
Each week a mom and her 5 children buy food to pack backpacks for school kids.
Archie Barrow is this month's 2 Those Who Care recipient.
2 Those Who Care recipient John Young knows how to get kids fired up!
2 Those Who Care Recipient Marie Monroe has spent the last seven years caring for cats and helping them find permanent homes.
Dr. Walter Mack is working to keep his church members healthy through programs like "Sweat Suit Sunday" and "Corner to Corner."
Paige Wilhoit helps organize fundraisers that benefit the special needs students at Stoner-Thomas School.
Daniel Burton has been coaching Special Olympic athletes for three years and he loves every minute of it.
Andrew Collins started the Lord's Pantry free food and clothing ministry in Eden about 10 years ago.
"2 Those Who Care Recipient" Heidi Cairey helps area families have a Merry Christmas.
Don Wilson's list of volunteer efforts is at least a mile long because he spreads himself over a large number of causes.
Faye Cornwell is this month's "2 Those Who Care" recipient.
Mary Doug Hall is this month's recipient of our "2 Those Who Care" award.
Congratulations to July's "2 Those Who Care" recipient, Perry Graves.
Marci Williams is this month's "2 Those Who Care" recipient.
Jessie Sanders is a high school senior in Rockingham County who loves working with special needs students in middle school.
Margaret Wheaton spends her spare time coordinating a substandard housing team for her church.
Greensboro Police are investigating after they say a pedestrian was killed Wednesday morning along I-40 East/Business 85.
LaToya Graham wasn't expecting a tree to come slamming through her house last week, but she was even more surprised when she found out the insurance she thought she had, no longer existed.
A drug informant and a man selling him drugs have been shot during a deal in an elementary school parking lot in Charlotte.
The Guilford County Sheriff's Office confirms that Keith Lauchon Jackson Jr. did have a key to unlock his shackles when he escaped for 15 minutes last Friday.
A woman in Graham says a bear was sighted near the Graham Middle School, Tuesday.
Although the berries were recalled June 3, people are still getting sick. Illnesss reported so far118 people in eight states.
The Dad took his son to the Sports Bar on Father's Day and found the words written on it when it was time to pay.
Not all beers are created equal so consider these 10 the next time your are ready to knock back a cold one.
With prices up to 65% off, today is a superb day to gear up for summer.
North Carolina ranks 46th in the nation when it comes to average teacher salaries.
A Colorado posted a unique proposal to his girlfriend.
He wrote "I Love You" on 8,000 Post-It Notes and wallpapered her apartment with them before writing "Will You Marry Me?" with colored sticky notes.
Deanna Beutler wanted to show everyone how her son proposed to his girlfriend and sent photos to KUSA.
Just so we're clear: She said yes!
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