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Band competition features drum lines, dance teams in Tri-City Throwdown

    Band competition features drum lines, dance teams in Tri-City Throwdown

Photo by Tevin Stinson Members of the Mo Lucas Boss Drummers (MLBD) perform during the Tri-City Throwdown on Saturday, March 19 at Carver High School. MLBD is a community drum

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Tar heels top Deacons, 32 to 29, in championship game

    Tar heels top Deacons, 32 to 29, in championship game

The Tar Heels show off their championship trophy. In the front row (L-R) are: Antwon Mitchell, Brylen Williams, Christian Moss and Elijha Williams. In the second row (L-R) are: Elijah

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WSSU project conducting free diabetes training at churches

    WSSU project conducting free diabetes training at churches

Union Bethel, Pastor Konnie Robinson SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Diabetes is a serious health problem that the African-American community faces today. To raise awareness and education, Winston-Salem State University researchers

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‘Prayer storm gathers walk and pray for city

    ‘Prayer storm gathers walk and pray for city

Photos by Timothy Ramsey The participants of the Prayer Walk starting their 5K walk on Saturday in downtown Winston-Salem BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  FOR THE CHRONICLE The power of prayer seems to have

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U.S. 12th District Rep. Alma Adams closing office on Monday to honor Parmon

    U.S. 12th District Rep. Alma Adams closing office on Monday to honor Parmon

In a statement, Rep. Alma Adams says: Earlier this week the 12th Congressional District and state of North Carolina lost

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Fraternity hosts Talent Hunt competition

    Fraternity hosts Talent Hunt competition

The Psi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. hosted its annual Talent Hunt competition. Shown are (L-R): Brother

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Officers battle growing heroin issue in W-S

    Officers battle growing heroin issue in W-S

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  In recent years the number of people dying from heroin and opiate has increased throughout

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WS/FCS addresses remaining priority schools

    WS/FCS addresses remaining priority schools

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  Teachers and administrators at ten schools in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School System are still waiting

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WS/FCS names leadership for Cook Literacy Model School

    WS/FCS names leadership for Cook Literacy Model School

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Paula Wilkins and Constance Hash will lead Cook Literacy Model School as the school is restarted

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Forsyth County health officials confirm first Zika travel-related case

    Forsyth County health officials confirm first Zika travel-related case

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Forsyth County Department of Public Health (FCDPH) last week confirmed the first case of Zika

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