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World Blood Donor Day is June 14

    World Blood Donor Day is June 14

Special to The Chronicle The American Red Cross seeks eligible donors to give blood in honor of World Blood Donor Day, June 14, and throughout the summer to help ensure

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Men’s Day Service at Wentz Memorial Congregational United Church of Christ to feature Rev. Roger Hayes

    Men’s Day Service at Wentz Memorial Congregational United Church of Christ to feature Rev. Roger Hayes

In photo above: The Rev. Roger E. Hayes Special to The Chronicle   The Rev. Roger E. Hayes, senior pastor of the Church of the Holy Spirit Fellowship, will deliver

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Greater Tabernacle Worship Center plans variety of events for June

    Greater Tabernacle Worship Center plans  variety of events for June

In photo above: Apostle Brenda J. McCloud Special to The Chronicle Greater Tabernacle Worship Center, 1410 Attucks St., has scheduled several kinds of events for June. On Sunday June 7,

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Union Chapel culminates celebration of Pastor Robinson’s 30th anniversary

    Union Chapel culminates celebration of Pastor Robinson’s 30th anniversary

In photo above: Rev. Konnie G. Robinson Special to The Chronicle The Union Chapel Baptist Church family began celebrating the 30th pastoral anniversary of the Rev. Konnie G. Robinson beginning Saturday,

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Tri-City Relays heating up for summer

    Tri-City Relays heating up for summer

In photo above: Young athletes practice their takeoff during a recent Tri-City practice at Winston-Salem State University. Tri-City welcomes all

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Commentary: The Waco biker riot reveals the lexicon of racism

    Commentary: The Waco biker riot reveals the lexicon of racism

By Lee A. Daniels Guest Columnist Question: When men (and a few women) belonging to gangs known to law enforcement

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Commentary: Time to Throw Some Political Punches

    Commentary: Time to Throw Some Political Punches

By Jim Clingman Guest Columnist For the past 50 years, most of our conversations and efforts have been centered on

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Letters to the Editor: responses to vetoes, report of legislative success

    Letters to the Editor: responses to vetoes, report of legislative success

House, Senate leaders seek to void private property veto To the Editor: North Carolina House and Senate leaders responded Friday,

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Editorial: Winston-Salem NAACP needs super turnaround

    Editorial: Winston-Salem NAACP needs super turnaround

In photo above: The Winston-Salem Branch of the NAACP held its elections in its headquarters, seen here. (File photo.) The

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UNC-Chapel Hill building to drop name of prominent KKK leader

    UNC-Chapel Hill building to drop name of prominent KKK leader

By EMERY P. DALESIO Associated Press CHAPEL HILL – Trustees at the country’s oldest public university decided Thursday, May 28,

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