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Commentary: Ferguson is still everywhere if you’re Black

    Commentary: Ferguson is still everywhere if you’re Black

By Rika Tyler and T-Dubb-O It’s been 250 days since our fallen brethren Michael Brown Jr. was fatally shot in Canfield Apartments in Ferguson, Missouri, by Ferguson Police Officer Darren

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Commentary: Americans spent more on eating out than on eating in: Is that good?

    Commentary: Americans spent more on eating out than on eating in: Is that good?

By Dr. Mike Walden A milestone was set in January of this year. No, it wasn’t in sports, entertainment or politics – although there may have been some records established

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Letters to the Editor: Senate Bill 2, Greensboro redistricting plan, NBTF

    Letters to the Editor: Senate Bill 2, Greensboro redistricting plan, NBTF

Override of veto of Senate Bill 2 draws disgust To the Editor: Senate Bill 2 is unconstitutional, and will undoubtedly be challenged in court. This bill, which will now become

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Editorial: Work to get Connect NC on the ballot

    Editorial: Work to get Connect NC on the ballot

In photo above: A rendering of Winston-Salem State University’s planned new, larger science building. Gov. Pat McCrory came to Winston-Salem on Thursday, June 11, to pitch his $2.85 billion Connect

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Winston-Salem Lady Warcats host mid-season charity game

    Winston-Salem Lady Warcats host mid-season charity game

In photo above: Members of the Winston-Salem Lady Warcats and Winston-Salem Fire Department prepare for a jump ball during a

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Downtown Winston-Salem traffic projects move closer to reality

    Downtown Winston-Salem traffic projects move closer to reality

N.C. DOT, consultant give more info on what’s ahead In photo above: Winston-Salem Council Member Jeff Macintosh of the Northwest

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Winston-Salem area research project targeting segregated elementary schools of past

    Winston-Salem area research project targeting segregated elementary schools of past

In photo above: Oak Grove School off Bethabara Road is the only surviving structure in the county of the one-room

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All pools run by the city of Winston-Salem are open for the summer

    All pools run by the city of Winston-Salem are open for the summer

Special to The Chronicle City of Winston-Salem operated pools are now open for the summer, which officially starts on Sunday,

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Juneteenth celebrations center on history and culture

    Juneteenth celebrations center on history and culture

In photo above: The crowd at the St. Philips Heritage Center at Old Salem Museums & Gardens on Thursday, June

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Leadership Winston-Salem celebrates its 30th year

    Leadership Winston-Salem celebrates its 30th year

In photo above: 55 Leadership Winston-Salem current class members, alumni, and 30 sponsors of the organization dance during the “world

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