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‘Their names will be preserved for history for all time’

    ‘Their names will be preserved for history for all time’

NNPA photo New Black History Museum’s opening prompts tears BY WILLIAM J. FORD THE WASHINGTON INFORMER (NNPA MEMBER) When Carolyn Tillery walked around the Washington Monument on the National Mall

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Letters to the Editor: Schools

    Letters to the Editor: Schools

Let’s work on getting help to students in schools with poor grades To the Editor: According to the report in the Winston-Salem Journal on Sept. 2 and 4, 2016, an

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Free Nurse-Family Partnership helps first-time moms succeed

    Free Nurse-Family Partnership helps first-time moms succeed

Amber Draughon Guest Columnist When Laura first joined the Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) program, she was in the midst of a high-risk pregnancy. Laura had concerns and fears about becoming a

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Column: How communities decide ‘enough is enough’

    Column: How communities decide ‘enough is enough’

Kimye N. Denni Guest Columnist Over the past days there has been peaceful protests and some rioting in response to Charlotte resident Keith Lamont Scott being yet another black man

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Column: Hands up, hands down! It doesn’t matter

    Column: Hands up, hands down! It doesn’t matter

James Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist I was talking to one of my childhood friends today [Sept. 20] about the shooting

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Citizen Newspaper Group’s William Garth Sr. dies at 79

    Citizen Newspaper Group’s William Garth Sr. dies at 79

BY LISETTE GUSHINIERE  CHICAGO CITIZEN NEWSPAPER GROUP (NNPA MEMBER) William Garth Sr., the CEO of the Chicago Citizen Newspaper Group Inc.

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WSSU’s Board of Trustees elects new officers

    WSSU’s Board of Trustees elects new officers

WSSU photo SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Dr. William U. Harris (’58) has been elected chairman of the Winston-Salem State University

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Main Street Academy receives top ranking

    Main Street Academy receives top ranking

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The North Carolina Department of Public Instruction released its ranking of all schools in North Carolina

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Letters to the Editor: Rodney Ellis and HB2

    Letters to the Editor: Rodney Ellis and HB2

WSSU mourns excellent student, leader, mentor Rodney Ellis To the Editor: Winston-Salem State University [WSSU] is deeply saddened by the

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Political Cartoon: Big and Small

    Political Cartoon: Big and Small
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