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    Stolen check leads to agony

Stolen check leads to agony

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE Sharon Harrison says she and her son are “…continuing to be victimized by a system that does not protect a parent or student from

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    Museum files complaint against Duke Energy

Museum files complaint against Duke Energy

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE An attorney representing the International Civil Rights Museum (ICRM) in Greensboro has filed a complaint with the North Carolina Utilities Commission against Duke Energy,

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    Malone’s restaurant headed for makeover

Malone’s restaurant headed for makeover

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  While the sign on the door of Malone’s has read “closed” for the past two weeks, according to Chef Irvin Williams, soon the restaurant will

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    Urban League, others left out of county mental health budget

Urban League, others left out of county mental health budget

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Dozens of programs are covered in Forsyth County’s proposed allocation of mental health funding to Cardinal Innovations Healthcare but some, like the Urban League, may

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