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A&T is nation’s largest black college

    A&T is nation’s largest black college

Preliminary fall enrollment numbers indicate that North Carolina A&T State University has secured the largest enrollment of a historically black college and university (HBCU) in the nation. N.C. A&T begins

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Wright and Boesak helping Emmanuel mark anniversary

    Wright and Boesak helping  Emmanuel mark anniversary

(Rev. Dr. Jeremiah Wright will speak.) Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1075 Shalimar Drive, is marking its Centennial this month. On Saturday, Oct. 18, the congregation and community will hear from Rev.

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A Festival of Gospel

    A Festival of Gospel

(pictured above: Praise Dancer Camari Jeter performs. ) The Chronicle’s annual Gospel Fest at the Dixie Classic Fair attracted a steady stream of music lovers Sunday. For three hours, gospel acts

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For Seniors Only!: All About Heart

    For Seniors Only!: All About Heart

Dr. Elijah Beaty, Assistant Professor in Cardiac Electrophysiology at Wake Forest Baptist Health School of Medicine Elijah H. Beaty is all about heart; in every sense of the word. As Assistant

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Editorial: New Chancellor

    Editorial: New Chancellor

A self-described “country boy” has been given the reins of Winston-Salem State University. Don’t mistake Dr. Elwood Robinson’s description as

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Roy Cooper To the Editor: As a candidate for Governor in 2016, I read with great interest your Editorial entitled

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 Allen receives Arts Council’s top honor 

     Allen receives Arts Council’s top honor 

(pictured above:  Simona Atkins Allen with Arts Council Board Chair Steve Berlin and Arts Council CEO Jim Sparrow (right).) Simona Atkins

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Davis speaking at domestic violence event

    Davis speaking at domestic violence event

(pictured above:  Motivational speaker and consultant Kendra Davis.) Kendra Davis will speak at the Rural Hall Branch Library’s Domestic Violence

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Ambassadors to make downtown cleaner, friendlier

    Ambassadors to make  downtown cleaner, friendlier

(pictured above: Ambassador Kendrick Woods works along Trade Street last week.) The newly-launched Clean Team Ambassador Service is promising a cleaner,

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Council encourages voting

    Council encourages voting

Faith-based organizations have a key role to play in helping their members navigate changes in North Carolina’s election laws that

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