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Group gives back with snacks

    Group gives back with snacks

The Daughters of Sethos Court 105 brought smiles to teachers’ faces when members donated a plethora of snacks to fifth-graders at North Hills Elementary School. The snacks consisted of crackers,

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Atkins wins District Academic Competition

    Atkins wins District Academic Competition

Last week Atkins Academic & Technology High School faced off against West Forsyth in the final round of the District Academic Competition Championship. For the fourth year in a row,

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Portion of Business 40 closing

    Portion of Business 40 closing

N.C. Department of Transportation contractors will close a portion of Interstate Business 40 for project demolition work starting Friday in Winston-Salem. Starting at 9 p.m. on Friday, March 9, Business

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The McCarter Legacy in ministry lives on

    The McCarter Legacy in ministry lives on

By Busta Brown, The Chronicle “My mother always told me to be good to people. I will never forget that. She said that’s the calling on your life and never let

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Editorial Cartoon: Upside Down

    Editorial Cartoon: Upside Down

Editorial cartoon by Ron Rogers

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Paul Norby retiring as City-County planning director

    Paul Norby retiring as City-County planning director

Special to The Chronicle Paul Norby, the planning director for Winston-Salem and Forsyth County since 1999, has announced that he

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Transit Authority launches new design of Route 100

    Transit Authority launches new design of Route 100

The Winston-Salem Transit Authority (WSTA) has unveiled a brand new Route 100. The bus route has been redesigned to provide

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Commentary: Florida victims need thoughts, prayers and America needs action

    Commentary: Florida victims need thoughts, prayers and America needs action

James B. Ewers Jr., Guest Columnist School shootings in the United States of America have made me numb almost with

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‘Cops vs. Docs’ charity hockey game scheduled for March 10

The Winston-Salem Police Department will have its annual “Cops vs. Docs” ice hockey game to benefit Special Olympics Forsyth County

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Commentary: The student loan debt crisis is a civil rights issue

    Commentary: The student loan debt crisis is a civil rights issue

By Wade Henderson, guest columnist From attacks on voting rights to police killings of unarmed civilians and growing inequities in

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