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Churches open doors for Thanksgiving feasts

    Churches open doors for Thanksgiving feasts

People fellowship at Emmanuel Baptist Church on Saturday, Nov. 21, as the church serves food to the community. By Timothy Ramsey For The Chronicle With the Thanksgiving holiday fast approaching,

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Ministers’ group raises funds for WSSU GAP scholarships

    Ministers’ group raises funds  for WSSU GAP scholarships

Photo by Tevin Stinson At left, Winston-Salem Ministers Conference and Vicinity President Bishop Todd Fulton presents WSSU Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson with a $5,000. check during a revival held to

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Liberians give thanks for Winston-Salem’s support

    Liberians give thanks for  Winston-Salem’s support

Photo by Timothy Ramsey Members of the Liberian community from Winston-Salem, Raleigh area and Greensboro gather at the Liberian Organization of the Piedmont event on Nov. 21 at Goler Memorial

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Family accuses government of wrongdoing

    Family accuses government of wrongdoing

Above: Wilson By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle Editor’s note – This is Part 2 of The Chronicle’s examination of what happened to elderly Winston-Salem citizen Napoleon Wilson, how he

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Spaulding, Cooper almost face off at event

    Spaulding, Cooper almost  face off at event

Above: Photos by Cash Michaels- N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooperand former State Rep. Ken Spaulding speak during the Bi-Annual Convention

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Ministers voice concerns about Business 40 project

    Ministers voice concerns about Business 40 project

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Members of the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) recently sat down with ministers of

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Center celebrates 15 years of ‘paying it foward’

    Center celebrates 15 years of ‘paying it foward’

By Tori P. Haynesworth For The Chronicle The Community Care Center opened its doors on Oct. 23, 2000, with its

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Governor McCrory announces $1 billion reserve in unemployment trust fund

    Governor McCrory announces  $1 billion reserve in  unemployment trust fund

Special to The Chronicle Raleigh, N.C. – After paying off a $2.8 billion debt to the federal government in May

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Editorial cartoon: Minimum wage increase for Winston-Salem city workers?

    Editorial cartoon: Minimum wage increase for Winston-Salem city workers?
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Editorial – LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    Editorial – LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Group applauds Barber for receiving prize for creative citizenship To the Editor: [On December 8, 2015, Rev. Dr. William J.

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