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Nurses’ banquet honors trendsetters

    Nurses’ banquet honors trendsetters

By Tori P. Haynesworth For The Chronicle The Winston-Salem State University Nursing Alumni Organization had its annual scholarship banquet on Thursday, Oct. 29, at the McNeil Banquet Hall in the

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WSSU’s event is more than just a parade

    WSSU’s event is more than  just a parade

Photos by Tevin Stinson A member of Winston-Salem State University’s Marching Band makes his way down Fourth Street during the Homecoming parade on Saturday, Oct. 31. By Tevin Stinson The

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Robinson promises growth as he is installed as WSSU chancellor

    Robinson promises  growth as he is installed as WSSU chancellor

 Photos by Tevin Stinson Myra Denise Robinson holds the Bible while her husband, Elwood L. Robinson, is sworn in as the 13th chancellor of Winston-Salem State University. By Tevin Stinson

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City of Winston Salem offering business-training classes

    City of Winston Salem offering business-training classes

By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle   The city of Winston-Salem Community and Business Development department will be offering a free business training course at the Carl H. Russell Sr.

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Girls become queens for a day

    Girls become queens for a day

Bishop Sheldon M. McCarter, pastor of Greater Cleveland Avenue Christian Church, takes time to take a selfie with the 60

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Editorial: What is truth in case of estate vs. clerk’s office?

    Editorial: What is truth in case of estate vs. clerk’s office?

Our series on an Oct. 20 lawsuit against the Forsyth County Clerk of Court’s Office, a local attorney and others,

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Episcopal locals beam over first black top bishop

    Episcopal locals beam over first black top bishop

 Photo provided by Patrice Toney Patrice Toney meets with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry of the U.S. Episcopal Church while she

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Mayor’s ‘Poverty Thought Force’ seeking public ideas

    Mayor’s ‘Poverty Thought Force’ seeking public ideas

Above: Mayor Allen Joines Mayor Allen Joines’ Winston-Salem Poverty Thought Force is looking to the public for ideas to reduce

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Bond Coalition host roundtable with board

    Bond Coalition host roundtable with board

Above: Photo by Tevin Stinson- Members of the Community School Bond Coalition sat down with Superintendent Emory Beverly and members

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City Council approves plan

    City Council approves plan

Above: Photos by Tori P. Haynesworth- City Council handles several items during its meeting on Nov. 2. By Tori P.

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