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Phase II improvements finished at training center

    Phase II improvements finished at training center

Improvements to the Alexander R. Beaty Public Safety Center were financed with $3.4 million that voters approved in the 2014 bond referendum.

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She’s the ‘Chief of Hearts’

    She’s the ‘Chief of Hearts’

As chief of police Catrina A. Thompson, now leads a department with 570 sworn officers and 173 civilian positions.

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Don’t forget the other Americans suffering

    Don’t forget the other Americans suffering

One of the best-known songs about the American territory Puerto Rico is called “America,” from “West Side Story:” “Puerto Rico, You lovely island … Island of tropical breezes. Always the

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The Chronicle is moving to new address

    The Chronicle is moving to new address

By Bridget Elam, For The Chronicle Winston Salem’s oldest community newspaper will have a new address.   That’s right, as of Oct. 1, The Chronicle will move from its current location,

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Editorial Cartoon: Taking a Knee

    Editorial Cartoon: Taking a Knee

Editorial Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Latest GOP health care repeal would devastate African-Americans To the Editor: As one of the more disrespectful riffs in his

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Cox restarts radio program, column in W-S

    Cox restarts radio program, column in W-S

By John Singleton, Special to the Chronicle If it’s true that “there are no second acts in American lives,” as novelist F.

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‘Mama J’ Little makes a big difference

    ‘Mama J’ Little makes a big difference

BUSTA’S  PERSON OF THE WEEK By Busta Brown Faye “Mama J” Little has touched the lives of hundreds of youth

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Companies, groups invited to help fight blood pressure

    Companies, groups invited to help fight blood pressure

Novant Health and the American Heart Association have joined together to focus on making a community impact in the blood

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Mr. Bill keeps our youth safe with after-school programs

    Mr. Bill keeps our youth safe with after-school programs

By Busta Brown For The Chronicle “For the past 30 years that I have worked in this field, I’ve witnessed

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