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American Basketball League bringing pre-draft camp and franchise to Greensboro

    American Basketball League bringing pre-draft camp and franchise to Greensboro

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The popularity of basketball in North Carolina has steered executives of the American Basketball League (ABL) to establish a franchise in the Triad. The coach and

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Ken Spaulding is prepared to be governor

    Ken Spaulding is prepared to be governor

Candidate Spaulding North Carolinians are voting for governor this year, and they have a choice in the Democratic primary. Attorney General Roy Cooper is considered the front-runner, and he has

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Letters to the Editor: Scalia and the election

    Letters to the Editor: Scalia and the election

Butterfield To The Editor: [G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) released the following statement in response to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell] Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s statement.] is reinforcing the Republican

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Passing on our history to the next generation

    Passing on our history to the next generation

James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist It has been so long, that I don’t actually remember when I started celebrating black history. I do recall that it started out as

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Our voices should be heard everywhere: Why the courts ruled against Republicans

    Our voices should be heard everywhere: Why the courts ruled against Republicans

Rep. Ed Hanes Guest Columnist Last week a panel of Federal judges ruled that the current Republican drawn boundaries in

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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

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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

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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.

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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

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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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