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Editorial: Who will pick up the Parmon mantle now?

    Editorial: Who will pick up the Parmon mantle now?

Photo by Donna Rogers Linda Coleman, left, a candidate for North Carolina lieutenant governor, and Earline Parmon, a surrogate for U.S. Rep. Alma Adams, listen during the African-American Caucus of

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Foundation sponsors 2nd annual Prom Dress Giveaway

    Foundation sponsors 2nd annual Prom Dress Giveaway

Photos by Tevin Stinson Atkins High School senior Twylah Gathings shows off her prom dress during the Prom Dress Giveaway event on Saturday, March 19. The event was sponsored by

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Maya Angelou film makes RiverRun’s African-American lineup this year

    Maya Angelou film makes RiverRun’s African-American lineup this year

Submitted photo Maya Angelou is the subject of the movie “Maya Angelou And Still I Rise.” SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The RiverRun International Film Festival has announced the full line-up

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New school club helps with police Easter egg hunt hunt

    New school club helps with police Easter egg hunt hunt

Submitted photo Downtown School Leo Club Officers are shown. They are (L-R): Ellie Potts, treasurer; Zoe Brockenbrough, president; Madison Buschek, vice president; and Annie Potts, secretary. SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE

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A.G. Hall resigns as WSSU head women’s basketball coach

    A.G. Hall resigns as WSSU head women’s basketball coach

Hall SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem State University Department of Athletics has announced women’s basketball coach, A.G. Hall, his

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Band competition features drum lines, dance teams in Tri-City Throwdown

    Band competition features drum lines, dance teams in Tri-City Throwdown

Photo by Tevin Stinson Members of the Mo Lucas Boss Drummers (MLBD) perform during the Tri-City Throwdown on Saturday, March

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Tar heels top Deacons, 32 to 29, in championship game

    Tar heels top Deacons, 32 to 29, in championship game

The Tar Heels show off their championship trophy. In the front row (L-R) are: Antwon Mitchell, Brylen Williams, Christian Moss

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WSSU project conducting free diabetes training at churches

    WSSU project conducting free diabetes training at churches

Union Bethel, Pastor Konnie Robinson SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Diabetes is a serious health problem that the African-American community faces

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‘Prayer storm gathers walk and pray for city

    ‘Prayer storm gathers walk and pray for city

Photos by Timothy Ramsey The participants of the Prayer Walk starting their 5K walk on Saturday in downtown Winston-Salem BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY 

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U.S. 12th District Rep. Alma Adams closing office on Monday to honor Parmon

    U.S. 12th District Rep. Alma Adams closing office on Monday to honor Parmon

In a statement, Rep. Alma Adams says: Earlier this week the 12th Congressional District and state of North Carolina lost

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