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College Internship Benefit and 50th Birthday Gala

    College Internship Benefit and 50th Birthday Gala

Photo by Exclusively Photography BY FELECIA PIGGOTT-LONG  SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE A crowd of more than 300 offered a standing ovation as they received Bishop Sir Walter Mack Jr. and

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AFAS Center for the Arts to open in the Arts District

    AFAS Center for the Arts to open in the Arts District

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The sleek new AFAS Center for the Arts, located at the corner of Liberty and Seventh streets, will officially open to the public on Saturday, May

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Pantry provides meals for 300

    Pantry provides meals for 300

United Way photo SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE More than 300 families will receive boxed meals for Easter when the United Way of Forsyth County (UWFC) supported New Communion Mobile Market

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Commentary: Time for Black fraternities and sororities to step up

    Commentary: Time for Black fraternities and sororities to step up

James Clingman Guest Columnist Remember the scene from “New Jack City” when Nino Brown (Wesley Snipes) told Scotty (Ice-T), “This ain’t personal; this is business?” And at the end of

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Commentary: Wells Fargo and the ‘Cherry Pickin’ of the black community

    Commentary: Wells Fargo and the ‘Cherry Pickin’ of the black community

Dr. John E. Warren Guest Columnist Recently Wells Fargo bank’s Office of Corporate Communications responded  to our series of articles

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Commentary: We still must get the Every Student Succeeds Act right

    Commentary: We still must get the Every Student Succeeds Act right

Wade Henderson Guest Columnist In late March, President Trump signed a resolution to invalidate a regulation designed to help implement

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Letters to the Editor: Slick Roads and Election Reform

    Letters to the Editor: Slick Roads and Election Reform

Heavy rains come and go but safety should remain  To the Editor: With heavy rain and flooding expected throughout the

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Editorial Cartoon: He’s Back

    Editorial Cartoon: He’s Back
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Guest Editorial: Superintendent, N.C. board battle should end

    Guest Editorial: Superintendent, N.C. board battle should end

It’s true that Mark Johnson, elected as state superintendent of Public Instruction last year (after serving two years on the

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Many events planned for May: Historic Preservation

    Many events planned for May: Historic Preservation

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Historic Preservation Month is being observed in May with lectures, walking and trolley tours of historic

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