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Letters to the Editor: Track Projects and Electoral Maps

    Letters to the Editor: Track Projects and Electoral Maps

Train track  projects improve rail transportation To The Editor: I recently enjoyed a unique train ride from Raleigh to Charlotte and back on the American View, an Amtrak car with

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Commentary: Caring hearts work in the school system

    Commentary: Caring hearts work in the school system

BY CAREN JENKINS  SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston Salem/Forsyth County Schools system has 81 schools; five of these schools are specifically designed around an Exceptional Children’s (EC) Program. Each

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Henry joins Rams’ women’s basketball staff

    Henry joins Rams’ women’s basketball staff

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) women’s basketball coaching staff has been completed with the hiring of James Henry. Along with new WSSU women’s basketball head coach

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Wake Forest expands stadium-wide gameday alcohol sales

    Wake Forest expands stadium-wide gameday alcohol sales

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wake Forest will have stadium-wide beer and wine sales for home football and basketball games this season. The school previously sold alcoholic beverages in select areas of

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Project to celebrate birthday involves reading

    Project to celebrate birthday involves reading

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE A Wake Forest University alumnus will celebrate his birthday with the community. The alumnus, Andrew Snorton,

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ESR movie night draws families

    ESR movie night draws families

Photo by Todd Luck CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT Experiment in Self Reliance held its second Family Fun Fest: Outdoor Movie Series

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Trump makes GOP Convention whiter, some say

    Trump makes GOP Convention whiter, some say

BY TATYANA HOPKINS  HOWARD UNIVERSITY NEWS SERVICE CLEVELAND  – Republican National Conventions are routinely mostly white.  This year’s, however, was

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Letters to the Editor: Animal cruelty, voting rights and road widening

    Letters to the Editor: Animal cruelty, voting rights and road widening

N.C. DOT urges public to attend meeting on proposed widening To the Editor: The N.C. Department of Transportation needs to

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EDITORIAL CARTOON: BACK AGAIN?

    EDITORIAL CARTOON: BACK AGAIN?
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2016-17 brings changes in the N. C. law and requirements for entering school

    2016-17 brings changes in the N. C. law and requirements for entering school

BY SUSAN F. MCINNES  SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE It seems as if the school year just ended for summer break,

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