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Editorial: What is truth in case of estate vs. clerk’s office?

    Editorial: What is truth in case of estate vs. clerk’s office?

Our series on an Oct. 20 lawsuit against the Forsyth County Clerk of Court’s Office, a local attorney and others, alleging that a $1.4 million estate belonging to a retired

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Episcopal locals beam over first black top bishop

    Episcopal locals beam over first black top bishop

 Photo provided by Patrice Toney Patrice Toney meets with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry of the U.S. Episcopal Church while she was in Washington, D.C., to see him installed as the

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Mayor’s ‘Poverty Thought Force’ seeking public ideas

    Mayor’s ‘Poverty Thought Force’ seeking public ideas

Above: Mayor Allen Joines Mayor Allen Joines’ Winston-Salem Poverty Thought Force is looking to the public for ideas to reduce poverty in Forsyth County. The Thought Force is a 21-member

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Bond Coalition host roundtable with board

    Bond Coalition host roundtable with board

Above: Photo by Tevin Stinson- Members of the Community School Bond Coalition sat down with Superintendent Emory Beverly and members of the Board of Education to discuss the 2016 school

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City Council approves plan

    City Council approves plan

Above: Photos by Tori P. Haynesworth- City Council handles several items during its meeting on Nov. 2. By Tori P.

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Lingering poverty growing in Winston-Salem

    Lingering poverty growing in Winston-Salem

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle It has been known for years. Winston-Salem has a bad poverty problem. Indeed, when

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WSSU family bonds after student killed on campus

    WSSU family bonds after student killed on campus

Above: WSSU photos- Over 400 students gather around the clock tower on the campus of Winston-Salem State University for a

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Clerk of Superior Court Susan Frye tells two different stories in alleged fraud case

    Clerk of Superior Court Susan Frye tells two different stories in alleged fraud case

Above: Susan Frye, Forsyth County Clerk of Superior Court By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle Copyright © 2015 by The

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Use of force, ALS

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:  Use of force, ALS

Use of force by officer at S.C. school is offensive To the Editor: The video we have seen of a

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COMMENTARY: College athlete shows character by giving to South Carolina

    COMMENTARY: College athlete shows character by giving to South Carolina

By James B. Ewers Jr. College football season is in full swing. Touchdowns and first downs are being made all

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