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Program offers inmates rare quality time with their kids

    Program offers inmates rare quality time with their kids

By Layla Garms The Chronicle Before Saturday, Stanley Reaves had not laid eyes on his nine year-old son Josiah since being incarcerated more than four years ago. When the boy

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Letters to the Editor:

    Letters to the Editor:

Council called to do justice in Marker case To the Editor: On Oct. 22, 2007, The Winston-Salem City Council established a comprehensive fact finding review committee for the police department’s

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Reynolds Deserves a Stadium

    Reynolds Deserves a Stadium

It is difficult to find a sound reason for not supporting the proposed football stadium for R.J. Reynolds High School at Hanes Park. There is plenty of room for a

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AG Hall to lead Lady Rams

    AG Hall to lead Lady Rams

Chronicle Staff Report Antreylius Gartrell “AG” Hall has been tapped to lead the Winston-Salem State University Lady Rams basketball program. He joins the Rams family after spending two years as

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Anderson and his JCSU teammates look to defy skeptics

    Anderson and his JCSU teammates look to defy skeptics

BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Dedrick Anderson and his Johnson C. Smith teammates didn’t get any love

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Mt. Zion picked to receive life-saving tools

    Mt. Zion picked to  receive life-saving tools

Special to The Chronicle Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, the North Carolina Council of Churches, the American

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Charlotte to stage jazz festival

    Charlotte to stage jazz festival

  The Charlotte Sunset Jazz Festival, the Queen City’s longest running free jazz event, will give fans an international jazz

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Healthy Eating on a Budget

    Healthy Eating on a Budget

  Many people and families in the United States are still feeling the crunch from the current economic recession. More

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Local black business advocates to receive honor

    Local black business advocates to receive honor

  Triad residents John Raye and Rosie Smith  will be honored by Compro-Tax, a national, black-owned income tax preparation and

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Cotton named Rural Hall’s principal

    Cotton named Rural Hall’s principal

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education voted unanimously last week to select Diamond Cotton as the new principal of Rural

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