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Letters to the Editor: Welcoming City and Citizens United

    Letters to the Editor: Welcoming City and Citizens United

A welcoming city is not welcome to Republicans To the Editor: The March 30 article in a local paper (“Krawiec: Welcome mat idea ‘unwise’”) detailed a Raleigh meeting of the

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Editorial: Kalvin Smith now is fighting on two fronts

    Editorial: Kalvin Smith now is fighting on two fronts

File Photo We’ve all either had or heard about people having those “I can’t believe it!” moments. A soldier serves bravely in Iraq only to come home and be hurt

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Huff children showcase parents’ art

    Huff children showcase parents’ art

Photo by Felecia Piggott-Long BY FELECIA PIGGOTT-LONG  FOR THE CHRONICLE More than 80 art enthusiasts came out for the Winston-Salem Urban League’s First Friday Pop-Up Gallery honoring the family of

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First police substation linked to bonds opens

    First police substation linked to bonds opens

City of Winston-Salem photo CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT The Winston-Salem Police Department is using one of three police substations that is being financed by bonds approved in the November 2014 bond

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Winston-Salem wins National League of Cities Cultural Diversity Award

    Winston-Salem wins National League of Cities Cultural Diversity Award

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem BIC Newcomer Pipeline, a program created through the city’s partnership with Building Integrated Communities,

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Winston-Salem’s chief of police to retire

    Winston-Salem’s chief of police to retire

Barry D. Rountree, Winston-Salem’s chief of police since 2013, announced this week that he will retire Sept. 1, having served

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Women’s Weekend includes look at mass incarceration

    Women’s Weekend includes look at mass incarceration

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The United Methodist Women (UMW) of St. Paul United Methodist Church in Winston-Salem will host their

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W-S marks National Walking Day

    W-S marks National Walking Day

Photo by Tevin Stinson CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT Last week the American Heart Association encouraged people to lace up their sneakers

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Commentary: A ray of hope in needed child welfare reform

    Commentary: A ray of hope in needed child welfare reform

The child welfare system is a last resort for children who are at risk of serious injury, trauma, or even

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Commentary: Reduce foreign competition to boost North Carolina wages

    Commentary: Reduce foreign competition to boost North Carolina wages

Bill Kniegge Guest Columnist For black North Carolinians, the Great Recession never ended. From 2009 to 2014, black residents’ incomes

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