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Guest Editorial: Foster care crisis needs influx of money, families

    Guest Editorial: Foster care crisis needs influx of money, families

Foster care for abused, neglected and dependent children is in a “state of crisis” in North Carolina, according to state officials and others studying the issue. Ideally, foster care finds

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Rep. Terry supports measure to increase hate crime penalty

    Rep. Terry supports measure to increase hate crime penalty

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE State House District 71 Rep. Evelyn Terry is backing a measure that, if passed by the Republican-led state legislature, would make women, and members

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Arts Council appoints new board members

    Arts Council appoints new board members

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has appointed 10 new members to its board of trustees.  They will serve three-year terms. They are: *Nigel

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Police Department recruits during ACC Tournament

    Police Department recruits during ACC Tournament

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem Police Department is launching its spring recruiting campaign with a series of television ads that will air on WFMY during the ACC Tournament, which

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Emmanuel to honor former Pastor Mack, students

    Emmanuel to honor former Pastor Mack, students

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Emmanuel Baptist Church, at 1075 Shalimar Drive, will celebrate its annual Scholarship Service at 10 a.m.,

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Community mourns stalwart Walter Marshall

    Community mourns stalwart Walter Marshall

Photo by Todd Luck  BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Forsyth County is mourning longtime Forsyth County Commissioner Walter Marshall, 74,

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City celebrates Black History Month with a ‘Showcase of Song’

    City celebrates Black History Month with a ‘Showcase of Song’

Photo by Ashlea Jones BY ASHLEA JONES  FOR THE CHRONICLE A showcase featured recitals and enactments of African culture and

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Editorial: His time came too early. Who is ready now?

    Editorial: His time came too early. Who is ready now?

Another community stalwart has died. Walter Marshall, a Forsyth County commissioner, passed away last week at age 74. He was

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Letters to the Editor: Walter Marshall, Campaign Finance Reform and HBCUs

    Letters to the Editor: Walter Marshall, Campaign Finance Reform and HBCUs

Ballot measure about elections, rights should be on ballot To the Editor: Your readers should know there’s a statewide movement

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Low- and moderate-income communities can use Community Development Block Grant funds

    Low- and moderate-income communities can use Community Development Block Grant funds

Chris Cox Guest Columnist Every year hundreds of states, cities and localities compete for billions of dollars in Community Block

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