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Emmanuel Baptist Church recognizes 19 veterans for Memorial holiday

    Emmanuel Baptist Church recognizes 19 veterans for Memorial holiday

In photo above: The veterans who were honored stand together during Sunday’s service at Emmanuel Baptist Church. (Submitted Photo) By Felecia Piggott-Long, Ph.D. For The Chronicle For many people, the

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Apostle Timothy Rollins of Atlanta to preach at St. James A.M.E.

    Apostle Timothy Rollins of Atlanta  to preach at St. James A.M.E.

In photo above: Apostle Timothy Rollins (Submitted photo) Special to The Chronicle Apostle Timothy Rollins, pastor of Victorious! Outreach Ministries International in Atlanta, Georgia, will bring the message Sunday, May

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U.S. Rep. Adams announces N.C. 12th District congressional art competition winners

    U.S. Rep. Adams  announces N.C. 12th  District congressional  art competition winners

In photo above: First-place winner Caroline Li, a 12th-grade student from the Career Center in Winston-Salem, with Congresswoman Adams. (Submitted Photos) Special to The Chronicle  Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Alma S.

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Residents meet again on Waughtown, MLK Neighborhood plan to prioritize

    Residents meet again on Waughtown, MLK Neighborhood plan to prioritize

In photo above: Over 100 members of the community gather to talk about “Waughtown & MLK: Our Neighborhood Plan.” (Submitted photo) Special to The Chronicle “Waughtown & MLK: Our Neighborhood

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A big break

    A big break

(Photo by Erin Mizelle for the Winston-Salem Chronicle) In the photo above, Salem’s Mario Martinez breaks the bat on impact

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Editorial: Kudos to the Board of Elections for working to educate voters

    Editorial: Kudos to the Board of Elections for working to educate voters

In photo above: Forsyth County Board of Elections Chairman Ken Raymond. (Photo by Todd Luck) At its monthly meeting on

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Editorial: Will people follow the movement?

    Editorial: Will people follow the movement?

In photo above: The Rev. Curtis Gatewood of the N.C. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. (Photo by

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Letters to the Editor: transportation bill, kudos to helping military, Salvation Army is welcome

    Letters to the Editor: transportation bill, kudos to helping military, Salvation Army is welcome

Republicans disappoint on measure To the Editor: Today [Tuesday, May 19] I voted for a short-term measure [H.R. 2353, the

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Commentary: Do marches, curfews and home training matter?

    Commentary: Do marches, curfews and home training matter?

In above photo: A young person protests the death of black man in police custody in Baltimore in early May.

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Commentary: Addressing climate change is good for the economy

    Commentary: Addressing climate change  is good for the economy

Illustration above by Ron Rogers for The Chronicle By Bill Blancato Guest Columnist We celebrated another Earth Day on April

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