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Community rallies around WSSU student in final stages of kidney and pancreas failure

    Community rallies around WSSU student in final stages of kidney and pancreas failure

Jasmine Morgan gives blood Tuesday, Feb. 16. With the help of the Winston-Salem American Red Cross, Winston-Salem State University sponsored a blood drive to support senior Sierra Payne. The therapeutic

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Free black man masters making furniture during time of slavery

    Free black man masters making furniture during time of slavery

Photo by Eric Blevins Pieces from the Thomas Day Collection in the N.C. Museum of History, Raleigh, are shown. BY JUDIE HOLCOMB-PACK  FOR THE CHRONICLE Slavery was the order of

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W-S Prep chorus joins Diggs Memorial to celebrate Black History

    W-S Prep chorus joins Diggs Memorial to celebrate Black History

Photo by Timothy Ramsey The W-S Prep chorus sings Travis Green’s hit single “Intentional” and engages everyone in the audience. BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY FOR THE CHRONICLE The mixed chorus from

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Black Heritage stamp honors founder of the African Methodist Episcopal Church

    Black Heritage stamp honors founder of the African Methodist Episcopal Church

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE PHILADELPHIA — The U.S. Postal Service has kicked off the national observance of Black History Month with the dedication of a Forever stamp honoring preacher, activist

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Hampton University makes History as the first HBCU to play D-1 Lacrosse

    Hampton University makes History as the first HBCU to play D-1 Lacrosse

HU Men’s Lacrosse Team (Photo courtesy of Logan Whitton LaxMagazine.com) Hampton University News HAMPTON, Va. — On Saturday, Feb. 13, ESPN will

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W-S NAACP heads to Moral March rally on Saturday

    W-S NAACP heads to Moral March rally on Saturday

Linda Sutton, a member of the Community Mobilization Committee, discusses the importance of the upcoming elections during a meeting on

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Students join fight to free Kalvin Smith

    Students join fight to free Kalvin Smith

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE The students at the three major colleges in Winston-Salem are rallying together to educate the

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Judge to hear dismissal plea in estate lawsuit

    Judge to hear dismissal plea in estate lawsuit

Above: Attorney Bryan C. Thompson BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE Will the lawsuit alleging fraud on the part of an

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Foundation designed to help police communicate more with citizens

    Foundation designed to help police communicate more with citizens

Scott Sewell, WSPF President BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  The new Winston-Salem Police Foundation is part of Chief Barry Rountree’s

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Andre Dawson helps Dash boost sports foundation

    Andre Dawson helps Dash boost sports foundation

Hall of Famer Andre Dawson delivers the keynote address during the Hot Stove Banquet and Auction on Thursday, Feb. 4.

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