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Early Head Start classrooms open in Forsyth County

    Early Head Start classrooms open in Forsyth County

Photo by Tevin Stinson Early Head Start teacher Nahesha McCatty helps a student wash her hands inside one of four newly renovated classrooms at the Sarah Y. Austin facility located

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Margaret Simms visits WSSU to expound on economic justice

    Margaret Simms visits WSSU to expound on economic justice

Simms BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Last week, Institute Fellow at the Urban Institute in Washington, D.C. Margaret C. Simms stopped by the campus of Winston-Salem State University to discuss

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Commentary: Mr. Cooper, end your obstruction of justice

    Commentary: Mr. Cooper, end your obstruction of justice

Virginia Parnell/Jet Hollander Guest Columnists We, the Silk Plant Forest Truth Committee and Concerned Students, call on North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper to end his consistent, knee-jerk reactions that

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Commentary- You Decide: Why are people angry

    Commentary- You Decide: Why are people angry

Dr. Mike Walden Guest Columnist Political pundits following the presidential campaigns of the candidates have agreed on one conclusion –many people appear to be angry. Experts offer this as the

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

Free Dontae Sharpe, Kalvin Michael Smith, Attorney General Cooper To the Editor: On Thursday, March 24 (today), members of the

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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

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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

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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

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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,

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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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