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Older Americans Work

    Older Americans Work

During the luncheon for National Employ Older Worker Week, Kathleen Evans of AT&T presented the Winston-Salem Urban League with a check for $5,000. Shown in the photo are (L-R) Evelyn

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Rain didn’t stop Race for the Cure diehards

    Rain didn’t stop Race for the Cure diehards

Participants in the race for the Cure at the BB&T Ballpark in downtown Winston Salem, Saturday September 26. Tori P. Haynesworth For The Chronicle The Susan G. Komen Northwest NC

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Area’s first Christian music festival wows crowd amid rain

    Area’s first Christian music festival wows crowd amid rain

Carla Fulton, with the Renaissance choir, leads a song during The Awakening Christian music festival at BB&T Ballpark in Winston-Salem on Saturday, Sept. 26. Renaissance, under the direction of Dionn

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Enough is enough, ministers tell Carson

    Enough is enough,  ministers  tell  Carson

GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson shakes hands during a stop in Winston-Salem on Tuesday afternoon at Berean Baptist Church. (Photo by Todd Luck) By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle On Tuesday,

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Lambson is first female football coach in N.C.

    Lambson is first female football coach in N.C.

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Sports history was made last month when the junior varsity squads from Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy

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Editorial: LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Editorial: LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

64-year marriage leads minister to reflect on who he is To the Editor: (Rev. and Mrs. Humphrey celebrated 64 years of blissful marriage

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The bigotry, ignorance and insanity of Carson

    The bigotry,  ignorance  and insanity of Carson

We had almost forgotten about some of the insidious statements Dr. Ben Carson, who is running as a Republican for

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Stein launches campaign for attorney general

    Stein launches campaign for attorney general

photo above: Senator Josh Stein (submitted photo) By TOM FOREMAN Jr. Associated Press State Sen. Josh Stein, a former deputy

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Spring Lake mayor gets into U.S. Senate race to challenge Burr

    Spring Lake mayor gets into U.S. Senate race to challenge Burr

  By GARY D. ROBERTSON Associated Press RALEIGH, N.C. — The mayor of a small North Carolina town near Fort

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Hispanic League prepares for 23rd annual Fiesta

    Hispanic League prepares for 23rd annual Fiesta

photo above: Mari Jo Turner (submitted photo) Proceeds will go to support scholarships for students By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle On

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