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Volunteers needed to inspire students

    Volunteers needed  to inspire students

The need continues for volunteers to mentor students in grades K-12 in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County schools. Currently, there is a need for more than 350 volunteers. Graduate. It Pays. (GIP), a

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The Faith to Stand

    The Faith to Stand

Devotional Reading: Proverbs 8:1-11   Lesson Scripture: Acts 6:8-7:2a   Lesson Aims: To recognize that faith empowers believers to act; to explain the charges against Stephen;  and to seek the

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Scoring comes with ease for Tabor

    Scoring comes with ease for Tabor

Mount Tabor’s junior varsity football team has no equal when it comes to putting points on the board (39 points a game). However, it was the Spartans defense that delivered

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WSSU big man earns CIAA honor

    WSSU big man earns CIAA honor

Winston-Salem State University’s Nathaniel Hartung has been named the offensive lineman of the week by the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA). Hartung, a junior, helped guide the WSSU Rams’ offense

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Mike Mayhew N.C. A&T’s new king of rushing

    Mike Mayhew N.C. A&T’s new king of rushing

A&T’s Mike Mayhew, the MEAC’s preseason Offensive Player of the Year, broke a more than 10-year-old school rushing record last

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Carver, Jacket Academy celebrate academic achievements

    Carver, Jacket Academy  celebrate academic achievements

Carver High School and Jacket Integrated Academy were honored on Sept. 25 by the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education for

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Local Black Panther Party to get historical marker

    Local Black Panther Party to get historical marker

The Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission will unveil a marker honoring the legacy of the city’s history-making Black Panther Party.

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WFU black law students hosting voters forum Special to The Chronicle

    WFU black law students hosting voters forum  Special to The Chronicle

The Wake Forest University Black Law Students Association (BLSA) will host a Voter Rights Forum on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at

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NWCDC grant to make kids healthier Chronicle Staff Report

    NWCDC grant to make kids healthier  Chronicle Staff Report

Northwest Child Development Centers (NWCDC), Inc. is launching a program to increase healthy eating and physical activity among the Center’s

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Good Gospel Comes to the Fair

The Chronicle Dixie Classic Fair Gospel Fest Chronicle Staff Report Beautiful weather and pitch-perfect music helped attract a healthy-sized crowd

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