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Malloy/Jordan library branch celebrated with historic marker

    Malloy/Jordan library branch celebrated with historic marker

Last weekend elected officials and other community leaders unveiled a historic marker honoring a library branch that was built to serve the East Winston community more than 60 years ago.

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Political Cartoon: Blame Game

    Political Cartoon: Blame Game

Illustration by Ron Rogers for The Chronicle

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I am the best person to beat Virginia Foxx

    I am the best person to beat Virginia Foxx

Many in Winston-Salem are still stinging over the loss of Alma Adams as your representative and having her replaced with Virginia Foxx.

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Commentary: ‘It is time for a political revolution’

    Commentary: ‘It is time for a political revolution’

For any American under 35 years old, they’ve spent their entire lives under a system where all the economic gains have gone to those who need them the least.

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Summer challenging for blood drives

    Summer challenging for blood drives

The American Red Cross urges blood and platelet donors to choose their day to give and help ensure blood is available for patients all summer long during its annual summer awareness campaign, sponsored by Suburban Propane.

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Northwest Middle School wins track title

    Northwest Middle School wins track title

Earlier this month, the boys track team at Northwest Middle School capped off a perfect season by winning the annual city/county championship meet held at Reagan High School.

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Church highlights its 145-year-old history

    Church highlights its 145-year-old history

When you are the second oldest African-American church in the history of Winston-Salem, your archives hold a lot of history.

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First Waughtown celebrates College Day

    First Waughtown celebrates College Day

First Waughtown Baptist Church (FWBC) honored six 2016 high school and college graduates during its annual College Day service Sunday, May 15. One of the high school honorees received a $1,500 scholarship offered in memory of for-mer Pastor E. L. Grant and church musician Mrs. Carrie Bitting.

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Continuing the conversation

    Continuing the conversation

For the second time this school year, students from area high schools came together last week to discuss the state of race relations in area schools at Parkland High School.

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150 attend Honor Your Mother Celebration

    150 attend Honor Your Mother Celebration

More than 150 mothers and daughters gathered at the Carl Russell Recreation Center on Saturday morning to partake of a special brunch in their honor.

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