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Marchers say S.C. Gov. Haley has more to learn about race

    Marchers say S.C. Gov. Haley has more to learn about race

By MEG KINNARD Associated Press CHARLESTON, S.C. —Taking the podium before hundreds assembled for Labor Day weekend activities in downtown Charleston, the Rev. Joseph Darby said he has no doubt

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Ministers’ Conference to host Community Day

    Ministers’ Conference to host Community Day

Event features Obama’s ‘My Brother’s Keeper’ mentoring program Chronicle Staff Report The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity will host “My Brother’s Keeper Community Day: Our Male Mentoring Project” on

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The parental component in a child’s education is mandatory

    The parental component  in a child’s education is mandatory

James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist The educational pursuits of students seem to be on everyone’s radar screen. Currently, one of the debates is about Common Core and whether that

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Liberty Street Market went wrong from beginning

    Liberty Street Market went wrong from beginning

Above photo: Liberty Street Market In mid-October of last year, excitement was in the air. Liberty Street Market, 1591 N. Liberty St., opened to the public with a ribbon cutting

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Silent Witnesses, Roy Cooper

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Silent Witnesses, Roy Cooper

Thanks for being a sponsor of Silent Witnesses To the Editor: The Winston-Salem Police Department has enjoyed a great partnership with our

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United Way is targeting Carver School Road area with millions in grants

    United Way is targeting Carver School Road area with millions in grants

By Todd Luck The Chronicle United Way of Forsyth County and Neighbors for Better Neighborhood (NBN) are working with local

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Police Chief Barry Rountree reflects on 9/11

    Police Chief Barry Rountree reflects on 9/11

Above photo: Chief Police Barry Roundtree By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle On Tuesday, Sept. 8, Barry Rountree, chief of the

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UNCSA schedules open houses for prospective high school and college students

    UNCSA schedules open houses for prospective high school and college students

Special to The Chronicle High school and college students who are interested in careers in the arts are invited to visit

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Letters to the Editor: Ferrell mistrial, dog chaining and the new school year

    Letters to the Editor: Ferrell mistrial, dog chaining and the new school year

Funnel frustration about Officer Kerrick’s case into positive action To the Editor: I am disappointed by the North Carolina Attorney General’s decision

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OES chapter awards scholarships

    OES chapter awards scholarships

Above: Submitted photo- WP David Peay, HPM Clara Wilson, NiGeria Barnes-Johnston, Saharia Porter, WM Lisa W. Smith and PM Hattie

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