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Farmer’s Markets are Popping Up All Over!

    Farmer’s Markets are Popping Up All Over!

You know it’s spring when fresh vegetables start to appear at farmer’s produce stands. Whether an organized market or a stand by the side of the road, it’s always a

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Master Gardener Irma Jackson Shares Love of Gardening with Children

    Master Gardener Irma Jackson Shares Love of Gardening with Children

By Judie Holcomb-Pack Irma Jackson didn’t come to love gardening naturally. Her parents had a garden and since she was the youngest and “closest to the ground,” she was given

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Weatherization Program Helps Low Income & Elderly Improve Home Energy Efficiency

    Weatherization Program  Helps Low Income & Elderly Improve Home Energy Efficiency

By Judie Holcomb-Pack Weather. We all talk about it, but there isn’t much we can do about it. Now, however, thanks to a program sponsored by the Department of Energy

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Column: State of Black America: The big eruption

    Column: State of Black America: The big eruption

By Bill Turner I just finished my read of the “State of Black America – 2015” report, released recently by the National Urban League. I read it alongside an article

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Community honors Geneva Brown: educator, Sunday school teacher, golfer

    Community honors Geneva Brown: educator, Sunday school teacher, golfer

By Felecia Piggott-Long, Ph.D, For The Chronicle In spite of the rain and the chill factor, more than 200 administrators, educators,

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The Links chapter celebrates 65 years in Winston-Salem

    The Links chapter celebrates 65 years in Winston-Salem

(Above: Photo provided by The Links via Facebook.com- Kay Clark, 65th Anniversary Celebration Committee chair, thanks the members of the 65th

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St. Philips Moravian Church celebrates its 193rd anniversary

    St. Philips Moravian Church  celebrates its 193rd anniversary

On Sunday, May 3, St. Philips Moravian Church, 3002 Bon Air Ave. (corner of Bon Air & 30th St.), will

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Loretta Lynch and Salvation Army Rezoning

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Loretta Lynch and Salvation Army Rezoning

Lynch will make her home state proud To the Editor: I am pleased that the U.S. Senate has finally confirmed [Greensboro

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Congratulations, Erin, on award

    Congratulations, Erin, on award

(Above: Randolph Community College photo- Chuck Egerton, left, department head for the Photographic Technology program at Randolph Community College, presented

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N.C. senators couldn’t keep native Lynch from destiny

    N.C. senators couldn’t keep native Lynch  from destiny

The United States has made history again, but without the votes of North Carolina’s two senators. Senators Thom Tillis and

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