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St. John to formally welcome new pastor after concert

    St. John to formally welcome new pastor after concert

(pictured above:  Members of the St. John CME Church Male Chorus.) Rev. Omar L. Dykes was appointed in July as the 27th pastor of St. John CME Church by Presiding

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Advocates vow to win justice for Kalvin Michael Smith

    Advocates vow to win justice for Kalvin Michael Smith

(pictured above:  August Dark, Kalvin Michael Smith’s father, speaks to supporters at Lloyd Presbyterian Church.) For Darryl Hunt, Sept. 11 was a day of infamy long before 2001. On that

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Editorial: We Are 40

    Editorial: We Are 40

We Are 40 It was 40 years ago this month that The Chronicle made its debut. The year 1974 was a banner time for headline-grabbing stories. Hank Aaron broke and

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

More vigilance needed to stop underage drinking To the Editor: Many people say that they discourage underage drinking, but does everyone? Why do so many underage drinkers die every year?

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New voice of WSSU sounds off

    New voice of WSSU sounds off

(pictured above: Jeremy “JJ” Johnson has a new gig.) Jeremy “JJ” Johnson debuted Sept. 6 as the new Winston-Salem State University

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RMH seeks support as birthday gift

    RMH seeks support as birthday gift

Winston-Salem’s Ronald McDonald House is 30-years-old and is marking the milestone by asking the community to support its mission. Located

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IFB acquires Arkansas agency

    IFB acquires Arkansas agency

(pictured above:  IFB Vice President of Human Resources David Hampton meets a worker at Arkansas Lighthouse for the Blind.) Winston-Salem

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Locals attend Apex’s Fall Intensive

    Locals attend Apex’s Fall Intensive

(pictured above: Fall Intensive students pose with Apex leaders and special guests. ) Durham-based Apex School of Theology held its Fall

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For Seniors Only! : Why Consignment Shops are Good for the Senior Brain!

    For Seniors Only! :  Why Consignment Shops  are Good for the Senior Brain!

By Bev Hamel Call it a neuropsychological thing, but the truth is our possessions pleasure us. The fact is that

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Editorial: ‘If They Are Black’

    Editorial: ‘If They Are Black’

The Reverend Dr. Darryl Aaron, our pastor at First Baptist Church, Highland Avenue, is black. He and his family live

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