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Spaulding officially a candidate for North Carolina governor

    Spaulding officially a candidate for North Carolina governor

Above: Ken Spaulding By GARY D. ROBERTSON Associated Press RALEIGH, N.C. — Democratic candidate Ken Spaulding officially entered the North Carolina governor’s race Monday more than two years after he

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New motion to remove estate guardian emerges

    New motion to remove estate guardian emerges

Above: Attorney Bryan C. Thompson By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle The Chronicle has reviewed yet another court motion to have Winston-Salem attorney Bryan C. Thompson “immediately” removed and “prohibited

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Police chief urges calm and patience after Page’s death

    Police chief urges calm and patience after Page’s death

Above: Third Vice President of The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity Rev. Alvin Carlisle addresses members of the media during a press conference on Friday, Dec. 11 at Emmanuel Baptist Church.

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Community wants answers in death of man killed in custody of WSPD

    Community wants answers in death of man killed in custody of WSPD

Above: Travis Page For The Chronicle  It has been a week since 31-year-old Travis Page died in the custody of four police officers and citizens are growing impatient waiting for

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Urban League, new president address United Way changes

    Urban League, new president address United Way changes

By Tevin Stinson For The Chronicle It has been an eventful week for the Winston-Salem Urban League. Less than 24

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Local police, firefighters, and EMS receive advanced active shooter training

    Local police, firefighters, and EMS receive advanced active shooter training

Photo by Tevin Stinson Above: (L to R) Deputy Chief of the EMS Tim Black, Third Battalion Fire Chief Jay

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Report: W-S police, fire pay behind other cities

    Report: W-S police, fire pay behind other cities

Photo by Todd Luck Police officers and firefighters fill the room at the Public Safety Committee meeting on Monday. By

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Trooper group wants black lawmaker to resign

    Trooper group wants black lawmaker to resign

Above: Submitted photo This is a video still of Rep. Cecil Brockman’s Nov. 30 traffic stop by state troopers in Archdale

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African-American dancers take center stage at UNCSA

    African-American dancers take center stage at UNCSA

Above: UNC SA photo Aerys Merrill, a UNCSA college sophomore who portrays the Snow Queen, and Garret McNally, a UNCSA high school

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Editorial: United Way, reconsider Urban League grant cuts

    Editorial: United Way, reconsider Urban League grant cuts

The Winston-Salem Urban League, a venerable institution in the black community and city of Winston-Salem, has had a rollercoaster ride

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