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Lalah Hathawayto release first live album Oct. 30

    Lalah Hathawayto release first live album Oct. 30

By Timothy Cox Special to The Chronicle WASHINGTON, D.C. — During an interview on TV One’s “News One Now” featuring host Roland Martin, Lalah Hathaway revealed that she would release her first

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Prepare to dial 10 numbers for local calls

    Prepare to dial 10  numbers for local calls

Chronicle Staff Report Phone numbers in the Triad are dwindling. This has led the North Carolina Utilities Commission to order a 743 Area Code Overlay for the area currently assigned

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Help youth through Boy Scouts, former coach says

    Help youth through Boy Scouts, former coach says

By Tori P. Haynesworth For The Chronicle   A meeting was held at the Old Hickory Council on Tuesday, Oct. 20 at 6600 Silas Creek Parkway. The mission: urge more

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Commentary: Debate swirls about screening for prostate cancer

    Commentary: Debate swirls about screening for prostate cancer

Armin Brott Guest Columnist If you ask Bernie Wooden, he’ll tell you straight out that a simple blood test saved his life. The test in question is the PSA (for

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Commentary: We need to help our children succeed

    Commentary: We need to help our children succeed

Guest columnist: Brian Pauling Students across the nation have returned to school and are fully engaged in their classes. Soon

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Commentary: No time for foolishness, indeed

    Commentary: No time for foolishness, indeed

On Saturday, Oct.10, the Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II delivered his annual state of the N.C. NAACP address during

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Editorial: City appears cockeyed when helping the homeless

    Editorial: City appears cockeyed when helping the homeless

The homeless is coming to the minds of many now that the weather is getting colder. Several nonprofits provide for

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AAA Carolinas warn of flood-damaged vehicles for sale

    AAA Carolinas warn of flood-damaged vehicles for sale

Special to The Chronicle As cleanup from the devastating floods throughout the Carolinas continues, there’s a new hazard to consider for

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Journalist Joy-Ann Reid delivers first Wells lecture

    Journalist Joy-Ann Reid delivers first Wells lecture

MSNBC national correspondent takes part in weeklong WFU residency By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Joy-Ann Reid, MSNBC national correspondent, took part in

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Habitat dedicates new campus

    Habitat dedicates new campus

Photo by Donna Rogers Habitat International CEO Jonathan Reckford speaks at the dedication service for Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth

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