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County wins award for early voting website

    County wins award for early voting website

Photo by Todd Luck CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT Forsyth County received an award for an innovative website that let voters track wait times at early voting sites during the 2016 election.

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Carver names Scales head football coach

    Carver names Scales head football coach

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Former New Orleans Saints player Gregory Scales has been named head football coach at Carver High School. Scales took over as head football coach for the

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Sigma Beta Club inducts four new members

    Sigma Beta Club inducts four new members

Submitted photo SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Delta Sigma chapter of the Sigma Beta Club held an induction ceremony on Sunday, Feb. 26 in front of an audience of 50

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Broken food systems and health disparities get attention

    Broken food systems and health disparities get attention

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE How can churches address the mounting challenges of a broken food system and the significant health disparities in communities? “Fighting Fire with Food: Growing Health for

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Making a noise

    Making a noise

The Drama Ministry of Union Baptist Church is shown. On Sunday, Feb. 26, as part of Black History Month, the

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Commentary: There’s military support for diplomacy and development

    Commentary: There’s military support for diplomacy and development

David Cortright Guest Columnist Amidst the darkness of Washington politics, a recent bright spot was the letter to Congress signed

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Commentary: Will federal lawmakers turn back the clock on fair housing?

    Commentary: Will federal lawmakers turn back the clock on fair housing?

Charlene Crowell Guest Columnist When future generations read the history of the nation’s first Black President, I believe there will

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Commentary: Speak out to protect your health

    Commentary: Speak out to protect your health

Robin Kelly Guest Columnist For six years, Republicans have repeated the same phrase in every conversation about healthcare: “repeal and

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EDITORIAL: Remember, those in poverty have needs to fix now

    EDITORIAL: Remember, those in poverty have needs to fix now

The Poverty Thought Force issued its final report to Mayor Allen Joines and the City Council on Feb. 13. The

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Editorial Cartoon: Thoughts and Dreams

    Editorial Cartoon: Thoughts and Dreams
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