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Forsyth’s O’Neill launches attorney general campaign

    Forsyth’s O’Neill launches attorney general campaign

The Associated Press The Forsyth County district attorney said Monday that he’s running for attorney general because he has the experience to handle the job. “If you’re going to be

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North Carolina attorney general kicks off run for governor

    North Carolina attorney  general kicks off run for governor

By GARY D. ROBERTSON Associated Press ROCKY MOUNT — North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper began his long-planned bid to become governor Monday evening, telling a crowd of supporters the

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WSSU holds Social Justice Week

    WSSU holds Social Justice Week

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Although it was midterm season, many Winston-Salem State University students found time to take part in Social Justice Week. Presented by the Office of the

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Walk is designed to help the Heart Association

    Walk is designed to help the Heart Association

Special to The Chronicle The 2015 Tanglewood Heart & Stroke Walk is scheduled Saturday, Oct. 17 at Tanglewood Park, 4061 Clemmons Road, Clemmons. The event schedule is as follows: Parking

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Statewide meeting focuses on ‘Women’s Power NOW’

    Statewide meeting focuses on ‘Women’s Power NOW’

By Tori P. Haynesworth For The Chronicle The North Carolina National Organization of Women (NOW) had its state conference on

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WS/FC Schools board voting to replace member on Oct. 20

    WS/FC Schools board voting to replace member on Oct. 20

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Last month, Jeannie Metcalf, a member of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools board, abruptly stepped down

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Min. Farrakhan calls for more responsibility in black community

    Min. Farrakhan calls for more responsibility in black community

AP Photo/Evan Vucci People cheer during a rally to mark the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March, on Capitol

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Barber tells N.C. NAACP to expand fight

    Barber tells N.C. NAACP to expand fight

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle and Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Saying that the 2016 elections are extremely important to

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Cloudy skies, rain and wind couldn’t stop Gospel Fest

    Cloudy skies, rain and wind couldn’t stop Gospel Fest

Praise is what they do The Anointed Mime Ministry performs during the 2015 Gospel Fest at the Dixie Classic Fair

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The Salvation Army accepting Christmas assistance signups

    The Salvation Army accepting Christmas assistance signups

Special to The Chronicle Autumn may have just begun but it’s time to start signing up for Christmas Assistance from

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