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Famous Toastery getting second Winston-Salem location

    Famous Toastery getting second Winston-Salem location

Famous Toastery is getting a new, second location in Winston-Salem near Hanes Mall Boulevard. Famous Toastery, known locally for its successful downtown location, will be opening another restaurant at 1330

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

White House drug policy is absurd To the Editor: The opioid crisis is a serious problem that requires a serious solution. But the draconian law enforcement provisions included in this [the

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Editorial: New proposed community bank seeks to engage minority investors

    Editorial: New proposed community bank seeks to engage minority investors

By Algenon Cash Simpson “Skip” Brown is well known throughout Winston-Salem – he is one of Wake Forest’s best all-time basketball players, a former banking executive with Bank of America

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Solid Rock celebrates pastor’s 11th anniversary

    Solid Rock celebrates pastor’s 11th anniversary

Special to The Chronicle Solid Rock Missionary Baptist Church, 3010 Carver School Road, Winston-Salem, will celebrate Pastor Waymon L. Monroe Jr.’s 11th  pastoral anniversary on Sunday, March 25 at 11

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Commentary: Pop culture politics can be dangerous

    Commentary: Pop culture politics can be dangerous

By Michael Lane Did you know there are more celebrities serving in the political arena than you may have initially

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Commentary: Blacks in the military: We must defend those who defend us

    Commentary: Blacks in the military: We must defend those who defend us

By Ben Crump The military is one of our nation’s most revered and essential institutions, filled with courageous men and

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Board seeks a few volunteers for elections

    Board seeks a few volunteers for elections

The Forsyth County Board of Elections (BOE) is accepting applications for precinct officials. There are only a few openings the

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Commentary: Maybe the nation will listen when our children speak

    Commentary: Maybe the nation will listen when our children speak

By James B. Ewers Jr. Maybe the nation will listen when our children speak The mass shootings at Marjory Stoneman

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Event raises awareness, funds for community fitness and safety

    Event raises awareness, funds for community fitness and safety

Fitness enthusiasts and families will gather Saturday, April 14, from 10-11:30 a.m. at 4747 Kester Mill Road, just in time

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Commentary: A business salute to Marion Barry

    Commentary: A business salute to Marion Barry

“Marion Barry gave opportunity to Washington, D.C.” – current Mayor Muriel Bowser

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