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Dozens march in the cold to honor Dr. King

    Dozens march in the cold to honor Dr. King

Photo by Tevin Stinson Below freezing temperatures didn’t stop dozens of citizens from coming together for the Martin Luther King Jr. Day rally and march held downtown earlier this week.

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200 city employees spend day volunteering for MLK Helping Hands Day

    200 city employees spend day volunteering for MLK Helping Hands Day

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Dozens of city employees celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday last Friday by taking a break from their normal duties to volunteer at non-profit

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Children learn about King’s legacy

    Children learn about King’s legacy

Photo by Donna Rogers Buddies read to their assigned students during the seventh annual Martin Luther King Jr. Read-In Program on Jan. 16. By Donna Rogers The Chronicle Visitors outside

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City honors Big Brothers Big Sisters during National Mentoring Month

    City honors Big Brothers Big Sisters during National Mentoring Month

Photos by Tevin Stinson Mayor Allen Joines presents the president of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Shawan Gabriel with a proclamation marking January 15 as Mentor Day in Winston-Salem last

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City announces 2016 Young Dreamers’ Awards

    City announces 2016 Young Dreamers’ Awards

Photo by Todd Luck Douglas Richburg and Michelle Martinez hold their 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Young Dreamers’ Awards

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Thompson named assistant police chief

    Thompson named assistant police chief

Photo By Tevin Stinson City council member Denise D. Adams congratulates Catrina Thompson with a hug during a promotion ceremony

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Editorial: Keep helping community after MLK Jr. Day service

    Editorial: Keep helping community after MLK Jr. Day service

Photo by Tevin Stinson Winston-Salem Human Relations Director Wanda Allen-Abraha explains that Martin Luther King Jr. Helping Hands Day, “basically,

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Letters to the Editor: Peace Toys

    Letters to the Editor: Peace Toys

Submitted photo The Winston-Salem Recreation and Parks Department was a sponsor of the Peace Toys for War Toys Exchange. Personnel

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Commentary: Become a mentor because children are more than statistics

    Commentary: Become a mentor because children are  more than statistics

Photo By Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository Saturday Scholar Mentor Pfc. Mathew Alexander, from Hendersonville, N.C., plays tick-tack-toe with

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Controversial estate guardian has defenders

    Controversial estate guardian has defenders

Above: Bryan C. Thompson Cash Michaels Analysis Published reports by The Chronicle since last October have proven there are many questions

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