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The weather turns colder, the games become more important, and the lessons hit home harder. The Myers Park football team, which is split nearly evenly along racial and socioeconomic lines, hits the heart of the 2015 season.
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Decades removed from the moonshine-runnin’ days, local distilleries are bringing back liquor. Oliver Mulligan opened Great Wagon Road Distilling Company in South End in December. He serves the liquors he makes in a neighboring bar, The Broken Spoke.
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The neighborhoods of Biddleville and Smallwood were once divided along racial lines. Now new and old residents are reinventing them together.
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How a stay-at-home mom’s life changed when an eight-year-old found a gun. Misty Uribe began advocating for gun safety after her son, Vince, witnessed a shooting.
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