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Kent Emanuel gave up just four singles and no runs in the eight innings.
Sen. Hagan and Don Olson announced a partnership between Columbiana and the North Carolina Community College system.
Six students selected to send a science experiment to the International Space Station received lab coats today.
Parents and students can learn more about the College Tech Prep programs on Thursday, February 7th at Weaver Academy.
Where your child goes to school is an important decision and starting January 16th, you can get the process going.
School transportation director demonstrates where you should stop when you see a stopped school bus.
Study: U.S. schoolchildren may not improve their reading skills until they have a better grasp of basic vocabulary.
School officials: the gym won't be ready for basketball games until a tentative date of Jan. 17, 2013.
Superintendent Dr. Don Martin will leave the position in June 2013.
High Point University students have some heartwarming stories tell about fall break.
The Randolph County school system will begin a search for a new superintendent after Donald Andrews announced he'll step down at the end of the 2012-2013 school year.
Before the palm scanning technology students used finger imaging to identify their lunch accounts.
Retirement was the biggest reason for turnover. Less than 1 percent said they were leaving because of dissatisfaction.
They say it takes a community to raise a child and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School is challenging the Triad community to help educate area-students.
Guilford College opened its doors to students of color in 1962. James McCorkle was the university's first African-American student.
Coach Heather Holmes was diagnosed with breast cancer in May, so members of the athletic department gave her a special surprise at Tuesday night's game.
Students will go back to class, with both groups attending class at Broadview, starting Tuesday.
During its Celebration of Excellence, Guilford County Schools announced the principal and teacher of the year.
The CBS Evening News and 60 Minutes contributor talked with students about the human spirit.
The President of Farley Associates answered questions about McNair Elementary School.
Friday, the U.S. Department of Education announced its 2012 National Blue Ribbon Schools.
School officials in Yadkin County are touting the results of an energy reduction project.
An appointment is required and can be made by calling (336) 641-3245.
On Monday, the first day of school, the Greensboro Police Department launched 'Operation School Watch'.
Police in Farmville are looking for a father they say burned his 3-month-old child.
Two sightings of a black bear were reported in Winston-Salem late Thursday night and early Friday morning.
A Charlotte woman who apparently had her fill of her son's behavior issues has decided to let local police deal with him.
Police arrested a Winston-Salem man three days after he called in bomb threats to government buildings in Winston-Salem.
The Interstate 5 bridge over the Skagit River in northern Washington state collapsed Thursday evening.
What inspectors say you should be looking for. Plus, look up your salon's grade.
The fire department in Winston-Salem says a house caught fire after lightning struck the roof.
The biggest problem is that when someone dials 911 for
whatever reason, paramedics or firefighters have to respond.
Here are your scores of the week from across the Triad.
The Scouts' national leadership voted Thursday to allow openly gay boys as Scouts.
The North Carolina Museum of History now has a new Watergate Exhibit on display to mark the 40th anniversary of the opening of the televised proceedings about the scandal. The exhibit will be open through August 10, 2014, one day after President Nixon's resignation. The museum is located on 5 East Edenton Street in Raleigh.
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