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Paisley receives donation from group of alumni

    Paisley receives donation from group of alumni

Photos by Tevin Stinson The Paisley High School Alumni Association presents the school’s current principal, Gary Cone, with a check for $1,500. Chronicle Staff Report During the first school board

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Editorial: Send us your stories about living your Black History

    Editorial: Send us your stories about living your Black History

Last year, the city of Winston-Salem held ceremonies as officials placed historic markers in several neighborhoods, including two historically black ones. Easton now has a historic marker and so does

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Commentary: White girls’ shirts spell out Ni**er – Sur*ris*!, Sur*ris*!

    Commentary: White girls’ shirts spell out Ni**er – Sur*ris*!, Sur*ris*!

Photo by NBC These are the students wearing the offensive T-shirts. Six white high school seniors in suburban Phoenix posed – giggling and snickering, girly-like – for a photo that

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Commentary: Second Chances– The Key to Economic Prosperity

    Commentary: Second Chances– The Key to Economic Prosperity

Gayle Anderson Guest Columnist In December, the U.S. unemployment rate remained steady at 5 percent, the lowest in more than seven years. By comparison, the unemployment rate in November for

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Commentary: The MLK Holiday is over; What are the next steps?

    Commentary: The MLK Holiday is over; What are the next steps?

The parades, breakfasts and luncheons honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are now over. The speeches given by city, state

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Arts Council announces 2016 campaign leadership, eight new board members

    Arts Council announces 2016 campaign leadership, eight new board members

 Special to the Chronicle The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has launched its 2016 Annual Campaign and publicly

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Cold increases stroke risk for African-Americans

    Cold increases stroke risk for African-Americans

By Amanda Jones The Chronicle Though it lasts only one quarter of the year, winter remains the most high-alert season

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Don’t forget your pet in cold weather

    Don’t forget your pet in cold weather

Photo by Shayna Smith Bella shows how dogs should be covered when outside in the cold weather. Special to the

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St. John C.M.E. to hold mortgage burning ceremony

    St. John C.M.E. to hold mortgage burning ceremony

Submitted photo St. John Christian Methodist Episcopal Church is expected to burn its mortgage Sunday. Special to The Chronicle For

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Opera singers, WSSU Choir to perform for fundraiser

    Opera singers, WSSU Choir to perform for fundraiser

Submitted photos Winston-Salem State University Choir will perform Saturday, Jan. 30 at First Baptist Church, 700 N. Highland Ave. Special

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