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Black driver Darrell Wallace Jr. places 2nd in Daytona 500

    Black driver Darrell Wallace Jr. places 2nd in Daytona 500

By Chronicle Wire Reports Darrell Wallace Jr.,  the first black driver to start the Daytona 500 since 1969,  finished second in his debut as the full-time driver of the Richard

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IFB solutions seeks ‘Blind Idol’ contestant submissions

    IFB solutions seeks ‘Blind Idol’ contestant submissions

IFB Solutions, based in Winston-Salem, has officially kicked off the 2018 Blind Idol national singing competition. Interested singers who also happen to be legally blind must submit their audio submissions

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Commentary: The Second Amendment and white anxiety

    Commentary: The Second Amendment and white anxiety

There has been yet another school shooting in America. The multiple murders at the Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, mark the 18th school shooting in this nation since

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Commentary: Guardian ad Litem volunteers needed in Forsyth County

    Commentary: Guardian ad Litem volunteers needed in Forsyth County

The Guardian ad Litem program addresses children brought into the court system by the Department of Social Services and their need to have a voice in court. The Guardian ad

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City survey has been mailed to residents

    City survey has been mailed to residents

To get a statistically valid snapshot of how Winston-Salem residents feel about city government, the city is conducting its first

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Old Salem promotes clean hands during flu season

    Old Salem promotes clean hands during flu season

Old Salem Museums & Gardens visitors and staff are urged to keep their hands clean during flu season.

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All Atiya Bey wants is fairness

    All Atiya Bey wants is fairness

After struggling with learning disabilities in her youth Atiya Bey, a teacher at Carter G. Woodson is looking to motivate youth in the community.

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City plans to expand minority contractor goals

    City plans to expand minority contractor goals

The City of Winston-Salem is planning to expand its Minority/Woman Business Enterprise (M/WBE) requirements to even more projects.

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Winston-Salem seeks small business plans

    Winston-Salem seeks small business plans

The city of Winston-Salem is holding its Small Business Plan Competition on Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 6 p.m. in the Committee Room of the City Hall Building, 101 N. Main St.

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Men, women get chance to learn about heart health

    Men, women get chance to learn about heart health

On Saturday, Feb. 24, Red HEARRT (Help Educate and Reduce Risk Today) will host two events to help men and women.

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