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Forsyth County 4-H members attend 2018 Citizenship N.C. Focus

    Forsyth County 4-H members attend 2018 Citizenship N.C. Focus

A Forsyth County delegation returned home from three days at 4-H Citizenship North Carolina Focus, which was held in Raleigh. The delegation attended along with more than 120 youth and

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August Vernon nominated Emergency Management director

    August Vernon nominated Emergency Management director

City Manager Lee Garrity, with the concurrence of County Manager Dudley Watts, announced the nomination of August Vernon to be director of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Office of Emergency Management. Vernon

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Commentary: Happy summer, revisited

    Commentary: Happy summer, revisited

By Algenon Cash Over one year ago, I started writing commentary for The Chronicle. Time flies when you’re having fun. Once again summer is upon us.  I thought you might

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Commentary: The Black Press of America is facing another deadly assault, from tariffs

    Commentary: The Black Press of America is facing another deadly assault, from tariffs

By Ben Chavis Amid the rush to comprehend the ramifications of a full-scale international trade war initiated by the errant and backward tariff policies of the Trump Administration, there are

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Commentary: Arrogant Supreme Court justices trample the law

    Commentary: Arrogant Supreme Court justices trample the law

By Jesse Jackson We are witnessing an astounding attack on democracy by the five male right-wing majority of the Supreme

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Commentary: Celebrating America’s birthday came in different forms, ways

    Commentary: Celebrating America’s birthday came in different forms, ways

By James B. Ewers Jr. America celebrated its birthday on July 4th. It’s over now and we’ll have to wait

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Youth football league gearing up for the season

    Youth football league gearing up for the season

The Youth Character Football League (YCFL), based out of Union Baptist Church, is heading into its 10th year this summer. 

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2018 Accessible Festival offers lots of fun

    2018 Accessible Festival offers lots of fun

On Friday, July 13, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the 2018 Accessible Festival will open its doors once again

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3 for-profit college campuses in N.C. expected to close

    3 for-profit college campuses in N.C. expected to close

For-profit colleges are expected to shut down three campuses in North Carolina cities before the end of the year.

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Certified nursing assistants get special treatment

    Certified nursing assistants get special treatment

Certified nursing assistants are the wind beneath the wings of many longterm care facilities throughout the community. 

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