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Community adopts ESR families for Christmas

    Community adopts ESR families for Christmas

Photos provided by ESR SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Experiment in Self-Reliance hosted a Christmas Giveaway on Dec. 12 and on into Christmas. In partnership with St. Leo’s Catholic Church, Jerry

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Giving the gift of greens

    Giving the gift of greens

Photo by Todd Luck Courtney Mack and Arthur Jackson spent a cold and rainy Christmas Eve morning giving away collard and mixed greens from their community garden on Cameron Avenue.

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Fire investigators complete search of former Brown Elementary School

    Fire investigators complete search of former Brown Elementary School

City of Winston-Salem photo SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Fire investigators have completed their search of the former Brown Elementary School, which was destroyed by fire Dec. 20. They found no

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Giveaway turns into fun event

    Giveaway turns into fun event

Photo provided by the Winston-Salem Urban League Young Professionals SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem Urban League Young Professionals helped to make the holidays happier for children in the Winston-Salem

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Portrait of Mayor Allen Joines unveiled

    Portrait of Mayor Allen Joines unveiled

City of Winston-Salem Photo SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE A portrait of Mayor Allen Joines was unveiled Dec. 15 as the

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Republican legislature aims to take full control

    Republican legislature aims to take full control

In a deceitful display of raw power, Republican leaders of the N.C. General Assembly changed from smiling helpers of hurricane

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Keep hope alive

    Keep hope alive

The political world has been buzzing about what Michelle Obama said to Oprah Winfrey: “We feel the difference now. See,

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Editorial Cartoon: Donald Trump!

    Editorial Cartoon: Donald Trump!
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Letters to the Editor: Roof Conviction and Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes

    Letters to the Editor: Roof Conviction and Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes

Burr joins others in backing measure on unsolved civil rights crimes To the Editor: The following are bi-partisan and bi-cameral

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You Decide: What will happen to the economy in 2017

    You Decide: What will happen to the economy in 2017

Mike Walden Guest Columnist Our economy is very complex with millions of interactions and interrelationships. And while economists’ models can

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