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African-American dancers take center stage at UNCSA

    African-American dancers take center stage at UNCSA

Above: UNC SA photo Aerys Merrill, a UNCSA college sophomore who portrays the Snow Queen, and Garret McNally, a UNCSA high school junior who portrays Snow King, perform during a recent performance.

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Editorial: United Way, reconsider Urban League grant cuts

    Editorial: United Way, reconsider Urban League grant cuts

The Winston-Salem Urban League, a venerable institution in the black community and city of Winston-Salem, has had a rollercoaster ride this week. As the organization prepared to name James Perry

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Reynoldstown article brings back memories

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Reynoldstown article brings back memories

To the Editor : I enjoyed the article about Reynoldstown. I saw, in the news, the unveiling of the historical marker for Reynoldstown. My father worked at R.J. Reynolds in

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How can the NCAE endorse Roy Cooper who hasn’t supported teachers and education?

    How can the NCAE endorse Roy Cooper who hasn’t supported teachers and education?

 To the Editor: First, I always have and always will respect the NCAE [North Carolina Association of Educators] and the work it has done for our public school teachers. Second,

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Commentary- Donald Trump: A maniac who matches mankind’s vilest

    Commentary- Donald Trump: A maniac who matches mankind’s vilest

Bill Turner Guest  Columnist  “Sieg heil!” — the Nazi Germany-era salute — was heard above the clamor as a protester

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Commentary: The holiday surprise nobody wants

    Commentary: The holiday surprise nobody wants

Allison Brown Guest  Columnist Julia Garrett had not visited her parents in eight months. The 13-hour drive from Boston to

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Toy exchange event adds basketball

    Toy exchange event adds basketball

Photos by Tevin Stinson Members of the Winston-Salem Police Department and WSFD faced off in the first Peace Toys for

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Reagan defeats Mt. Tabor in Branded for Knowledge title game

    Reagan defeats Mt. Tabor in Branded for Knowledge title game

Photos by Tevin Stinson The winner of the 2015 Branded For Knowledge Basketball Classic, the Reagan Raiders, hold on to

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Hundreds remember religious leader, community advocate for her hard work

    Hundreds remember religious leader, community advocate for her hard work

Above: Deloris Huntley By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Hundreds of people filed into Bethlehem Baptist Church to pay their last

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St. Paul offers help to grief-stricken for the holidays

    St. Paul offers help to grief-stricken for the holidays

Photo by Timothy Ramsey Some of  the materials used during the “Surviving the Holidays” session of GriefShare. By Timothy Ramsey

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