Posts From Todd Luck

Concerns arise in talks on possible W-S Prep move

    Concerns arise in talks on possible W-S Prep move

Photo by Todd Luck Superintendent Beverly Emory speaks to attendees about potentially moving Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy at a meeting held at the school on Monday. By Todd Luck The Chronicle

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Pride Winston-Salem prepares for festival in historic year

    Pride Winston-Salem prepares for festival in historic year

By Todd Luck The Chronicle Pride Winston-Salem is holding events for the next couple weeks leading up to its parade and festival on Oct. 17. On Sunday, Pride will hold

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Women’s Fund study says more women now in poverty

    Women’s Fund study says more women now in poverty

By Todd Luck The Chronicle Economic insecurity for local women has grown in the last five years, according to a study by the The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem. Last week

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Candidate Carson chides progressives at W-S stop

    Candidate Carson chides progressives at W-S stop

Members of The Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity during the press conference to protest Ben Carson on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at Emmanuel Baptist Church. (Photos by Tevin Stinson) By

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W-S City Council races and primaries coming earlier in 2016

    W-S City Council races and primaries coming earlier in 2016

By Todd Luck The Chronicle Voters will experience many changes in 2016 as primaries are moved to March, Winston-Salem City

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Easton historic marker unveiled

    Easton historic marker unveiled

By Todd Luck The Chronicle The Easton Neighborhood got its own historic marker on Saturday. The marker, erected by the

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Budget keeps TAs, but critics say education still underfunded

    Budget keeps TAs, but critics say education still underfunded

photo above: Gov. Pat McCory Historic preservation and film credits return and a new service tax is added after long legislative

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Children’s Law Center celebrates 10 years of legal advocacy

    Children’s Law Center celebrates 10 years of legal advocacy

Its lawyers are voices of children in domestic violence cases By Todd Luck The Chronicle For the last 10 years, the

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9/11 commemorated locally with JROTC public safety challenge

    9/11 commemorated locally with  JROTC public safety challenge

Local officials stand for a moment of silence at the 9/11 commemoration: (L-R) Emergency Services Director Dan Ozimek, Mayor Pro

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City looking at options after Liberty Street Market closes

    City looking at options after Liberty Street  Market closes

The Liberty Street Market consists of two shelters on Liberty Street. This shot shows the structures before a fence was

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