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Letters to the Editor: HB2, Cancer Services, United Way

    Letters to the Editor: HB2, Cancer Services, United Way

Support Cancer Services, which  has been helping people for 60 years To the Editor, I am writing this letter about the local disparities and lack of awareness about Cancer Services

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Editorial Cartoon: Close Elections

    Editorial Cartoon: Close Elections
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Don’t take your vote for granted

    Don’t take your vote for granted

The Winston-Salem City Council South Ward Democratic primary should show everyone how important voting and following the rules are. The election came down to six votes between the two candidates

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Sawtooth gallery showcases local talent

    Sawtooth gallery showcases local talent

Photo by Tevin Stinson Now until April 8, the Sawtooth School for Visual Arts will feature a gallery with work done by students from Carter G. Woodson School. The exhibit

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Wake Forest celebrates the life of Dr. Maya Angelou

    Wake Forest celebrates the life of Dr. Maya Angelou

Photo by Tevin Stinson Rosa Johnson, a relative of the late Dr. Maya Angelou talks about how the civil rights

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Conference designed to teach how to secure worship centers

    Conference designed to teach how to secure worship centers

Kimbrough BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE   After serving more than 30 years in law enforcement and training on local,

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Hatred inspired Viola Davis, she tells W-S audience

    Hatred inspired Viola Davis, she tells W-S audience

Davis BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Award-winning actress Viola Davis makes no apologies: She said overcoming obstacles such as poverty

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City opens new skate park

    City opens new skate park

Photo by Tevin Stinson Wesley Linton attempts a new trick at the new skate park near the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds on

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Caldwell, Dalton-Rann gain top honors

    Caldwell, Dalton-Rann gain top honors

Caldwell/Dalton-Rann BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  FOR THE CHRONICLE Because of their tremendous work in the community, Alan Caldwell, director of Corporate

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Lawmakers tackle dropout issue

    Lawmakers tackle dropout issue

Photo by Tevin Stinson Rep. Garland E. Pierce, chairman of the N.C. Legislative Black Caucus, talks about the fact-finding tour

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