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Column: New Year’s resolutions for Black America in 2016

    Column: New Year’s resolutions for Black America in 2016

Benjamin Chavis NNPA Columnist Whenever we begin a new calendar year, it can be useful to make New Year’s Resolutions to prioritize and focus for the immediate future. Beyond the

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544,950 people in N.C. enroll in Marketplace coverage

    544,950 people in N.C. enroll in Marketplace coverage

Special to The Chronicle As of Dec. 19, the number of consumers signed up for Marketplace coverage surged to more than 8.2 million nationally, including 544,950 in North Carolina. Those who

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Wake Forest offers tips for mentoring

    Wake Forest offers tips for mentoring

Special to The Chronicle January is National Mentoring Month. Wake Forest University asks: Do you have time to mentor? Effective mentoring requires investing in another person’s growth and development. It is

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Heart association forming young pro group

    Heart association forming young pro group

The American Heart Association is looking for corporate business professionals between the ages 25-35 who are interested in joining the American Heart Association’s new Emerging Leaders Group. The Emerging Leaders

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Sunnyside Ministry receives Food Lion foundation donation

    Sunnyside Ministry receives Food Lion foundation donation

Special to the Chronicle Sunnyside Ministry, 319 Haled St, has received $2,500 from the Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation just

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‘War Room’ movie reaction: ‘Stay on your knees, just stay on your knees’

    ‘War Room’ movie reaction:  ‘Stay on your knees, just stay on your knees’

Photos by Timothy Ramsey Above: Members of Kimberly Park Holiness Church chat about the movie “War Room” after viewing it

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Police investigate guardian case

    Police investigate guardian case

Above: Attorney Bryan C. Thompson By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle A police report has been filed against a prominent

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City Council OKs historic bus route overhaul for 2017

    City Council OKs historic bus route overhaul for 2017

Photo by Todd Luck One of the many Winston-Salem Transit Authority bus stops throughout the city. WSTA will be changing

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Father of Travis Page speaks against racism and hate speech

    Father of Travis Page speaks against racism and hate speech

Photo by Tevin Stinson Darryl Williams, father of Travis Page, holds a sign that reads “Honk 4 Justice” during a

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North Carolina High Court rulings set stage for fiery 2016

    North Carolina High Court rulings set stage for fiery 2016

The Nation N.C. Supreme Court building By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle Those in the social activist movement got a

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