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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: South Ward Round 2

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: South Ward Round 2

Thank you, John Larson, for fighting to make every vote count To the Editor: On June 7 there will be a new South Ward primary for the City Council. The

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Editorial Cartoon: The Race

    Editorial Cartoon: The Race

Illustration by Ron Rogers for The Chronicle

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Street closings to cause traffic slow down, detours

    Street closings to cause traffic slow down, detours

Utility work and street repairs in the following areas will cause traffic slow down and detours throughout the city.

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Winston-Salem pools open

    Winston-Salem pools open

Special to The Chronicle Bolton Pool, Parkland and Kimberley Park pools opened for the Memorial Day weekend May 28-30. Bolton will open daily for the summer starting Saturday, June 4.

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Internships: A short-term investment with long-term value

    Internships: A short-term  investment with long-term value

By John Davenport, Guest Columnist A recent story caught my eye. It addressed the evolution of career and technical education

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Farrakhan, Mendez revel in brotherly love

    Farrakhan, Mendez revel in brotherly love

More than 1,000 Christians and Muslims attended the historical morning worship service at Emmanuel Baptist Church on Sunday, May 22, during which the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan brought the morning message.

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Salem grads told to bet on themselves

    Salem grads told to bet on themselves

Erika James, Dean of Goizueta Business School at Emory University, told the Salem College Class of 2016 last Saturday morning to always bet on themselves.

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Businessman Joe L.Dudley celebrates birthday and raises funds for museum

    Businessman Joe L.Dudley celebrates birthday and raises funds for museum

A black tie gala was held in honor of the legendary founder of Dudley products, Joe L. Dudley Sr., and late Chicago-based business tycoon and civic leader, S.B. Fuller, on Sunday May, 22.

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Annual Black and White Gala held to raise funds for travel abroad program

    Annual Black and White Gala held to raise funds for travel abroad program

The gymnasium of Carter G. Woodson School (CGWS) was filled with fun and excitement last Friday night as dozens came out to celebrate the school’s 19th anniversary.

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Experts say build trust, prepare for worst with mental illness

    Experts say build trust, prepare for worst with mental illness

Many people in the community are affected by mental health issues in some way. A friend, loved one, or colleague probably has struggled with a disorder at some point in time.

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