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History of Columbian Heights, a black community, addressed

    History of Columbian Heights, a black community, addressed

New Winston Museum’s Fall 2017 Salon Series, “Lost, Found, and Transformed: Our Storied Places in African-American History” concludes this month with “Envisioning Columbian Heights.” This three-program series, co-curated with the

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Commentary: Don’t forget to think F.A.S.T.

    Commentary: Don’t forget to think F.A.S.T.

Oct. 29 was World Stroke Day, but every day we all need to remember to think F.A.S.T. The American Heart Association will be sponsoring the 2017 Winston-Salem Heart and Stroke

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Why are legislative leaders so afraid of fairer elections?

    Why are legislative leaders so afraid of fairer elections?

The latest news from the federal courts about the unconstitutional racially gerrymandered General Assembly districts and the response to it from legislative leaders makes one thing clearer than ever. The

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Pro athletes use different platform for protesting

    Pro athletes use different platform for protesting

If you want a hot topic to debate and gather some opinions about it, I have an issue for you. Why not talk about the flag controversy that has been

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Nursing group celebrates 39 years

    Nursing group celebrates 39 years

On  Sept. 23, the Chi Chi Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc. celebrated 39 years of existence. The professional

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Patrice Toney completes course as emerging leader

    Patrice Toney completes course as emerging leader

Special to The Chronicle CHAPEL HILL, NC – On Sept. 15, Patrice Toney, Budget and Evaluation director for the city of

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Winston-Salem native Jackeè coming home for play

    Winston-Salem native Jackeè coming home for play

By Busta Brown The Chronicle Winston-Salem’s own Jackeè Harry is coming home this Saturday, Nov. 4,  at 8 p.m. at

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Editorial Cartoon: Mueller catch

    Editorial Cartoon: Mueller catch

Editorial Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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Helping to get ‘houses’ in order

    Helping to get ‘houses’ in order

Nelson Mullins attorneys from Charlotte, Raleigh, and Columbia, S.C., joined their colleagues in Winston-Salem on Saturday, Oct. 21, to provide free wills for 32 Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County clients.

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Father produces song for son Austin

    Father produces song for son Austin

This week, Busta Brown’s Person of the Week is Tommy Hicks. Go to the Winston-Salem Chronicle’s YouTube channel to view the full interview.

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