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Commentary: The holiday surprise nobody wants

    Commentary: The holiday surprise nobody wants

Allison Brown Guest  Columnist Julia Garrett had not visited her parents in eight months. The 13-hour drive from Boston to Kernersville passed quickly because she was so happy to be

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Toy exchange event adds basketball

    Toy exchange event adds basketball

Photos by Tevin Stinson Members of the Winston-Salem Police Department and WSFD faced off in the first Peace Toys for War Toys Charity Basketball Game on Friday, Dec. 11, at

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Reagan defeats Mt. Tabor in Branded for Knowledge title game

    Reagan defeats Mt. Tabor in Branded for Knowledge title game

Photos by Tevin Stinson The winner of the 2015 Branded For Knowledge Basketball Classic, the Reagan Raiders, hold on to the tournament trophy following their 76-68 victory over rival Mt.

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Hundreds remember religious leader, community advocate for her hard work

    Hundreds remember religious leader, community advocate for her hard work

Above: Deloris Huntley By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Hundreds of people filed into Bethlehem Baptist Church to pay their last respects to community crusader Deloris Huntley last weekend. Many remember

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St. Paul offers help to grief-stricken for the holidays

    St. Paul offers help to grief-stricken for the holidays

Photo by Timothy Ramsey Some of  the materials used during the “Surviving the Holidays” session of GriefShare. By Timothy Ramsey

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Ministers’ Conference demands release of body camera footage in Winston-Salem

    Ministers’ Conference demands release of body camera footage in Winston-Salem

Above: Bishop Todd Fulton, president of the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (File photo by Erin Mizelle for The

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Exclusive: Guardian accused of ‘theft’

    Exclusive: Guardian accused of  ‘theft’

Above: Attorney Bryan C. Thompson By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle A prominent Winston-Salem attorney who routinely serves as an

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Analysis: Blacks speak out against racism of Trump

    Analysis: Blacks speak out against racism of Trump

By Cash Michaels For the Chronicle When dozens of black ministers met with controversial tycoon and leading Republican candidate Donald

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Poverty simulation exercise opens eyes

    Poverty simulation exercise opens eyes

Photos by Judie Holcomb-Pack  (Left) “Family” discusses their situation during poverty simulation. By Kim Underwood Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Principal Gary

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Poor diet linked to illnesses among blacks

    Poor diet linked to illnesses among blacks

Cooking Matters (Right) coordinator Felecia Bennett-Giles chops fresh herbs during a recent Cooking Matters session. The class is designed to

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