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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

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Editorial Cartoon: Reason to vote

    Editorial Cartoon: Reason to vote

Editorial Cartoon by Ron Rogers 

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Bus service changing with Business 40 closure

    Bus service changing with Business 40 closure

Because of the upcoming shutdown of Business 40, WSTA has developed a plan to increase bus service on six current WSTA routes.

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Balloon release marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month

    Balloon release marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Eliza’s Helping Hands (EHH) held a balloon release in front of The Chronicle’s office on Friday, Oct. 5, in commemoration of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

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Rev. Dr. Barber receives ‘genius grant’

    Rev. Dr. Barber receives ‘genius grant’

Rev. Dr. William Barber II, one of the newest recipients of the honor known as the “genius grant,”

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Arts Council tops $2.5 million goal

    Arts Council tops $2.5 million goal

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County completed its 2018 Community Fund for the Arts campaign on September 30, topping its $2.5 million goal.

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Foundation launches community-based strategy

    Foundation launches community-based strategy

The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (ZSR) announces the launch of its Community-Based Strategy.

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Incident involving Winston-Salem student and school resource officer sparks outrage

    Incident involving Winston-Salem student and school resource officer sparks outrage

By Tevin Stinson and Timothy Ramsey The Chronicle During the monthly public safety news conference held this morning, Oct. 10,

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Red Cross: Blood, platelet donations needed

    Red Cross: Blood, platelet donations needed

Special to The Chronicle As the American Red Cross responds to Hurricane Florence, providing food, shelter and comfort to those

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Good Samaritans pop up at Gospel Fest 2018

    Good Samaritans pop up at Gospel Fest 2018

By Debra Terry Stephens Special to The Chronicle The first Sunday of Gospel Fest 2018 was another smashing success, and

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