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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 and their parents for nearly three decades. Some of the

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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 pressure of Forsyth County residents this year. The goal of

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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 firsthand the many ways that after-school programs give students opportunities

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Dewey’s Bakery to offer taste of cookies as it launches new line

    Dewey’s Bakery to offer taste of cookies as it launches new line

Treats from Dewey’s Bakery aren’t just for locals anymore. The bakery is launching a new line of cookies nationwide, and the Triad community is invited to celebrate with a free

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Chief surprises sorority sisters with a visit

    Chief surprises sorority sisters with a visit

By Benita Brown, Special to The Chronicle Members of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Inc., Beta Lambda Chapter, received

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Commentary: Setting up home based business

    Commentary: Setting up home based business

By Algenon Cash The role of an entrepreneur is significant to the long-term health of any community because he or

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Feast on gospel music at fair events

    Feast on gospel music at fair events

You can call it “Gospel Feast,” because Gospel Fest at the Dixie Classic Fair offers food for the soul. The

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Goler Metropolitan supports its youth

    Goler Metropolitan supports its youth

  The Rev. Johnny L. Ruff and Goler Metropolitan A.M.E. Zion Church members stand united behind their youth and children

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125 years of opportunity at Winston-Salem State

    125 years of opportunity at Winston-Salem State

By William Harris Dr. Simon Green Atkins, education visionary and social justice advocate, had a bold dream to create an

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Commentary: Can the President refrain from behaving like a spoiled child?

    Commentary: Can the President refrain from behaving like a spoiled child?

By Frederick Adams In one week, Donald Trump threatened to “totally destroy” North Korea, rescinded the Golden State’s Warriors’ White

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