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Divinity student awarded $15,000 grant

    Divinity student awarded $15,000 grant

Future church project seeks to empower millennials SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Second-year Master of Divinity student Gregory Drumwright has received a $15,000 grant to investigate the declining rates of religious

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Talent in school district shines at Broadway Best Spectacular

    Talent in school district shines at Broadway Best Spectacular

BY BENITA BROWN  SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa, Beta Lambda Chapter, hosted an evening of entertainment in Winston-Salem on Saturday, Jan. 14. Parkland High

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2017 MLK ‘Building the Dream’ award winners named

    2017 MLK ‘Building the Dream’ award winners named

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Religion professor Derek Hicks and two students Rose O’Brien and Cazandra Rebollar have been named Wake Forest University’s 2017 Martin Luther King Jr. “Building the Dream”

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A great biography of a little-known pioneer

    A great biography of a little-known pioneer

BY TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER  FOR THE CHRONICLE It’s a great big world out there. So many things to see, so many places to visit. You can find pictures of those spots,

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Arts Council of W-S announces its 2017 campaign kickoff

    Arts Council of W-S announces its 2017 campaign kickoff

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has launched its 2017 Annual Campaign and named

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Elder Law Clinic currently accepting applications

    Elder Law Clinic currently accepting applications

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Wake Forest University’s Elder Law Clinic is currently accepting applications for its spring 2017 semester. The

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Mayor seeks applicants for advisory panels

    Mayor seeks applicants for advisory panels

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE  Mayor Allen Joines is accepting applications from city residents interested in serving on the following boards

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Black History Events

    Black History Events

Now High Point Museum The High Point Museum in partnership with the International Civil Rights Center and Museum and the

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Editorial: In Black History, the truth needs to come out

    Editorial: In Black History, the truth needs to come out

It’s Black History Month. This is the time when organizations, schools, universities and churches plan programs to honor African-Americans. Exhibits

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Letters to the Editor: Trump’s executive order

    Letters to the Editor: Trump’s executive order

Executive order on refugees is damaging to our nation To the Editor: Today’s [Jan. 27] executive order by President Trump

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