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Thousands vote early, smoothly in county

    Thousands vote early, smoothly in county

Photo by Tevin Stinson poll worker helps citizens cast their ballots at the Forsyth County Board of Elections on Friday, March 4.This is the first time N.C. voters are required

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Black Rep to present Passion of Christ in a gospel opera

    Black Rep to present Passion of Christ in a gospel opera

BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Just before the official start of spring and the 2016 Easter season, the North Carolina  Black Repertory Company (NCBRC) has announced it will present the

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: The Primary Election

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: The Primary Election

Support for John Larson To the Editor: I would like to write a quick note about our candidate for City Council for the South Ward, John Larson. I reached out

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Chronicle endorsements in Democratic Primary races

    Chronicle endorsements in Democratic Primary races

The Chronicle provides the following endorsements in the contested races in the Democratic Primary. (The U.S. House of Representatives is currently scheduled to have a separate primary on June 7,

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Parkland auditorium renamed to honor Anderson

    Parkland auditorium renamed to honor Anderson

Photo by Tevin Stinson Drama students from Parkland High School perform a skit during the dedication ceremony on Friday, March

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Sorority celebrates 103rd anniversary

    Sorority celebrates 103rd anniversary

Actress Daphnie Maxwell Reid spent the weekend celebrating founder’s weekend wit members of the Winston-Salem Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma

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St. Stephen’s Episcopal to celebrate Saint Augustine’s University Day

    St. Stephen’s Episcopal to celebrate Saint Augustine’s University Day

Dr. Ward SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 810 N. Highland Ave., will celebrate Saint Augustine’s University Day

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Documentary confronts being black and gay in church

    Documentary confronts being black and gay in church

Photo by Timothy Ramsey Writer and producer Clay Cane introduces his documentary “Holler if you hear me, gay in the

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Kimberley Park students live through Black History

    Kimberley Park students live through Black History

WS/FCS photos Student Blessed Logan portrays George Washington Carver as part of the “Living Wax Museum.” By KIM UNDERWOOD  WINSTON-SALEM/FORSYTH

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Cook administrators and parents unite to improve school

    Cook administrators and parents unite to improve school

Photo by Tevin Stinson A group of parents make a list of changes they would like to be included in

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