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WS/FC Schools board voting to replace member on Oct. 20

    WS/FC Schools board voting to replace member on Oct. 20

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Last month, Jeannie Metcalf, a member of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools board, abruptly stepped down from the position she has held for 21 years. Metcalf

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Min. Farrakhan calls for more responsibility in black community

    Min. Farrakhan calls for more responsibility in black community

AP Photo/Evan Vucci People cheer during a rally to mark the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, on Capitol Hill, on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015, in Washington. Waving flags,

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Barber tells N.C. NAACP to expand fight

    Barber tells N.C. NAACP to expand fight

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle and Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Saying that the 2016 elections are extremely important to North Carolina and the country, N.C. NAACP President Rev. Dr.

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Cloudy skies, rain and wind couldn’t stop Gospel Fest

    Cloudy skies, rain and wind couldn’t stop Gospel Fest

Praise is what they do The Anointed Mime Ministry performs during the 2015 Gospel Fest at the Dixie Classic Fair on Sunday, Oct. 4, during the first phase of Gospel

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The Salvation Army accepting Christmas assistance signups

    The Salvation Army accepting Christmas assistance signups

Special to The Chronicle Autumn may have just begun but it’s time to start signing up for Christmas Assistance from

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Rain shakes up local high school football games

    Rain shakes up local high school football games

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle The weather we’ve been having recently has really thrown a wrench into high school football

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‘Fire hose’ of moisture slams South Carolina

    ‘Fire hose’ of moisture slams South Carolina

By Seanna Adcox And Jeffrey Collins Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. — People across South Carolina got an object lesson Monday

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Gov. McCrory’s MLK Commission is offering grants

    Gov. McCrory’s MLK Commission is offering grants

Special to The Chronicle Gov. Pat McCrory’s Martin Luther King Commission, part of the Human Relations Commission under the NC Department

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Full-service salon opens in Ogburn Station

    Full-service salon opens in Ogburn Station

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle The Ogburn Station Business Corridor received a major face lift on Tuesday, Oct. 6, when

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Editorial: LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Editorial: LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Respect your ancestors, Dr. Ben Carson To the Editor: “Knowledge is my friend, ignorance my enemy.” That statement has been important

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