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Commentary: A ray of hope in needed child welfare reform

    Commentary: A ray of hope in needed child welfare reform

The child welfare system is a last resort for children who are at risk of serious injury, trauma, or even death. As a society, we have a moral obligation to

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Commentary: Reduce foreign competition to boost North Carolina wages

    Commentary: Reduce foreign competition to boost North Carolina wages

Bill Kniegge Guest Columnist For black North Carolinians, the Great Recession never ended. From 2009 to 2014, black residents’ incomes plummeted 21 percent in Winston-Salem, 17 percent in Raleigh, and

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Commentary: Wells Fargo ignores black newspapers

    Commentary: Wells Fargo ignores black newspapers

Dr. John E. Warren Guest Columnist We see that Wells Fargo Bank certainly has a problem with its customers. We know for a fact that a number of those customers

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Commentary: ‘The best of times… worst of times’

    Commentary: ‘The best of times… worst of times’

As I end my long “80-year” tenure in the newspaper business (that’s what it seems like) even though it’s been only 43 years, I must say, as I usually do,

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Political Cartoon: What about me?

    Political Cartoon: What about me?
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Commentary: Will N.C. bill on poverty overtake effort in W-S?

    Commentary: Will N.C. bill on poverty overtake effort in W-S?

As Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines’ Poverty Thought Force released its 56-page report, a measure on poverty apparently was taking shape

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Building trust with ‘constructive dialogue’

    Building trust with ‘constructive dialogue’

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Last week local college students sat down with law enforcement officers

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Hall receives NCAE Friend of Education Award

    Hall receives NCAE Friend of Education Award

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Larry D. Hall, the newly appointed secretary of the North Carolina Department of Military and Veterans

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Local youth attend 2017 Xinos/Kudos conference

    Local youth attend 2017 Xinos/Kudos conference

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa Inc. 69th Xinos/Kudos Youth Leadership Conference convened at the

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Men Who Cook fundraiser cooks up $130,000

    Men Who Cook fundraiser cooks up $130,000

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Chef Michael Lalor of Hospice & Palliative CareCenter wowed the judges with his homemade pastrami plate

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