Posts From Donna Rogers

Robinson: ‘Nonsense’ won’t deter WSSU

    Robinson: ‘Nonsense’ won’t deter WSSU

Chancellor speaks at The Chronicle’s 30th banquet honoring servants in the community Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) has a lot of good things going on, and will continue to thrive despite

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Scovens, Pender named Man and Woman of Year

    Scovens, Pender named Man and Woman of Year

Because of their outstanding community service, the Rev. Dr. Nathan Edward Scovens, pastor of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, and Randon Blackmon Pender, president and a charter member of the Winston

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Paul foundation moves generosity to Winston-Salem

    Paul foundation moves generosity to Winston-Salem

(Photos by Donna Rogers– Charity Wagner, a senior at Parkland High School, asks about shoes to go with prom dresses she likes. She’ll try them on later. Her mother, Carla Fulton,

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Commemoration offers learning experience

    Commemoration offers learning experience

(Above: Photos by Donna Rogers- Rev. Dr. Sir Walter Mack Jr. speaks.) A family came from Randleman, about 40 miles away, to learn about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during

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Reynolds and Mount Tabor high schools planning tribute to Stuart Scott

    Reynolds and Mount Tabor high schools planning tribute to Stuart Scott

In photo: Stuart Scott on the “SportsCenter” set in 2000. ESPN Photo by Rich Arden  Reynolds High School had been

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The Barrier that Divides

    The Barrier that Divides

MLK Breakfast to tackle timely themes Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Ernie Pitt, publisher of The Chronicle, is presenting this question

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Start the new year with The Chronicle

    Start the new year with The Chronicle

Happy New Year! Thank you for viewing The Chronicle online. As you begin 2015, we invite you to purchase a

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Want lower taxes? North Carolina is giving some in 2015

    Want lower taxes? North Carolina is giving some in 2015

The Associated Press RALEIGH (AP) — The slate of laws taking effect in North Carolina with the new year includes

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Reaves confident in his legacy

    Reaves confident in his legacy

(pictured above:  Donald Reaves stands in the heart of WSSU’s campus.) It was a long time coming, but Donald Julian

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Scott-Johnson ends storied career

    Scott-Johnson ends storied career

(pictured above: Denise Scott-Johnson chats with her former supervisor, Nick Jamison.) The event began with hugs, well-wishes and food and ended

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