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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: The election, clean power and Cook Elementary

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: The election, clean power and Cook Elementary

Support John Larson for the South Ward of City Council To the Editor, I’d like to encourage everyone to support John Larson for the South Ward seat on the City

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Commentary: Power of ‘Yes’

    Commentary: Power of ‘Yes’

By Dr. Gary Green, Elwood Robinson and Lindsay Bierman Guest Columnists On March 15, North Carolina residents will go to the polls to vote on a bond referendum – the

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Commentary: Yet another absurd Burr blockade regarding the courts

    Commentary: Yet another absurd Burr blockade regarding the courts

Rob Schofield Guest Columnist It probably shouldn’t come as any great surprise that North Carolina Senator Richard Burr has thrown in with the obstructionist hard right when it comes to

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Commentary: CIAA Tourney – memories from an ex-ball boy

    Commentary: CIAA Tourney – memories from an ex-ball boy

Wali Pitt Guest  Columnist Having grown up in Winston-Salem in the mid 1990s, CIAA Tournament season always brings back fond memories for me. It seemed like the tournament was held

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Take ‘joyful burdens’ to God, black police, fire honorees told

    Take ‘joyful burdens’ to God, black police, fire honorees told

 Above: Photos by Donna Rogers- The Rev. Charles “Chad” Armstrong III speaks to the audience at the Winston-Salem Public Safety Black

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Contributions to Islamic Faith

    Contributions to Islamic Faith

Above: Photo by Timothy Ramsey- Sister Margaret Murray Muhammad accepts her award for her contribution to the Islamic Community at the Delta

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New police station to serve North Point area

    New police station to serve North Point area

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle City officials broke ground last Thursday, Feb. 18, on the District 1 police sub-station that

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Hazel Mack to continue working for underserved

    Hazel Mack to continue working for underserved

Above: Photo by Tevin Stinson- Hazel Mack speaks during her retirement celebration program held at The Delta Fine Arts Center on

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Exhibit shows contributions of  Parkland’s Mandela Society

    Exhibit shows contributions of  Parkland’s Mandela Society

Above: Photos by Todd Luck- Mandela Society President Nonnie Egbuna, Advisor Tripp Jeffers with members Shawn Brim, Alexis Douglas, Phyllis Elliott

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N.C. NAACP rejects new voting maps

    N.C. NAACP rejects new voting maps

  By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle State Republican lawmakers may be pleased with themselves after redrawing North Carolina’s 13-district

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