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Free tax returns provided at nonprofits

    Free tax returns provided at nonprofits

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Forsyth Free Tax is a part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program in which qualified volunteers prepare taxes for free for people making $54,000

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Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation awards grants to two local organizations

    Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation awards grants to two local organizations

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Trustees of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation have awarded a $60,000 grant to Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods for its efforts to connect people, strengthen underrepresented voices,

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Holder says Clinton is the right choice for president

    Holder says Clinton is the right choice for president

Holder BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE For four years, as U.S. attorney general, he sat next to her in her role as U.S. Secretary of State in the Situation

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Award-winning pastors unite in historic church in suburban D.C.

    Award-winning pastors unite in historic church in suburban D.C.

Photo by Timothy Cox The Rev. Dr. Otis Moss III, left, was the main speaker at historic Alfred Street Baptist Church on March 1, whose pastor is the Rev. Dr.

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Donald Trump: the oval office vs. real estate developments

    Donald Trump: the oval office vs. real estate developments

New York City and the real estate building trades is probably one of the toughest businesses one can imagine. To

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Local students deliver letter to Cooper

    Local students deliver letter to Cooper

March 7, 2016 Concerned Students for Kalvin Micheal Smith Winston-Salem, NC  Mr. Roy Cooper Attorney General of North Carolina  9001

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Rams re-sign William Hayes, per report

    Rams re-sign William Hayes, per report

Rams defensive end William Hayes, right, poses with Redskins linebacker Carlos Fields. Both players played collegiately at Winston-Salem State. (Erin

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Editorial Cartoon: VOTE!

    Editorial Cartoon: VOTE!

Don’t Forget to get out and vote in the North Carolina Primaries on Tuesday March 15!

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Education sorority feeds families

    Education sorority feeds families

Beta Lambda Chapter members pictured here are (L-R): Cynthia Russell, Ann Moye, Theresa Scott, Cathy Ferguson, Evelyn Sanders, Patsy Squire,

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Cooper ignores Smith backers

    Cooper ignores Smith backers

Submitted photo Leaders of the Concerned Students for Kalvin Michael Smith show a banner outside Attorney General Roy Cooper’s office

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