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Collection changes for Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays

    Collection changes for Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays

Special to The Chronicle City offices will be closed today (Dec. 24) and Friday, Dec. 25, for the Christmas holiday and on Friday, Jan. 1, for the New Year’s Day

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Former WSPA students return to their alma mater to discuss college

    Former WSPA students return to their alma mater to discuss college

Deonica Reid speaks as other panelists look on. By Tevin Stinson  The Chronicle A number of former students from Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy recently returned to their alma mater bearing a

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Eagles deliver knock-out punch with Sparrow to win

    Eagles deliver knock-out punch with Sparrow to win

Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Chronicle Publisher Emeritus Ernie Pitt, left, and Cheryl Lindsay, Director, Human Resources & Inclusion/Diversity at Hanesbrands Inc., congratulate the winners of the championship game of

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Editorial: Resolve to be informed voter in 2016

    Editorial: Resolve to be informed voter in 2016

Voters voting at polling place December always has been a hectic month. Americans celebrate several holidays, start looking at their tax obligations before the end of the year and begin

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Remember those less fortunate during this time

    Remember those less fortunate during this time

To the Editor: It is that time of year when Americans count their blessings and engage in Holiday traditions –

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Another form of voter suppression?

    Another form of voter suppression?

To The Editor: The Forsyth County Board of Election’s meeting on Thursday, December 17, (W-S Journal on 12/18/15) was an

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United Way board member expounds on Urban League

    United Way board member expounds on Urban League

To the Editor: Articles being referred to: “United Way, reconsider Urban League grant cuts” and “Urban League, new president address

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Column: Just how blind are we?

    Column: Just how blind are we?

James Clingman Guest Columnist  Singer-philosopher Gil Scott-Heron once asked: “Just how blind will America be? The world is on the

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Column: RushCard empowers people to help manage their money

    Column: RushCard empowers people to help manage their money

Benjamin Chavis NNPA Columnist  The financial services industry is a vast matrix of banks, credit and debit card products, venture

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Lifeline Shoebox Ministry delivers necessities

    Lifeline Shoebox Ministry delivers necessities

Oak Forest Health and Rehab center resident Emma Robinson is the great- grandmother of former Wake Forest star Josh Howard.

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