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Commentary: No time for foolishness, indeed

    Commentary: No time for foolishness, indeed

On Saturday, Oct.10, the Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II delivered his annual state of the N.C. NAACP address during the 72nd NAACP State Convention. This year’s convention was held

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Editorial: City appears cockeyed when helping the homeless

    Editorial: City appears cockeyed when helping the homeless

The homeless is coming to the minds of many now that the weather is getting colder. Several nonprofits provide for the homeless year-round in shelters but they do not serve

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AAA Carolinas warn of flood-damaged vehicles for sale

    AAA Carolinas warn of flood-damaged vehicles for sale

Special to The Chronicle As cleanup from the devastating floods throughout the Carolinas continues, there’s a new hazard to consider for used car buyers, according to AAA Carolinas. Buyers need to

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Journalist Joy-Ann Reid delivers first Wells lecture

    Journalist Joy-Ann Reid delivers first Wells lecture

MSNBC national correspondent takes part in weeklong WFU residency By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Joy-Ann Reid, MSNBC national correspondent, took part in a weeklong residency hosted by the Anna Julia Cooper Center

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Habitat dedicates new campus

    Habitat dedicates new campus

Photo by Donna Rogers Habitat International CEO Jonathan Reckford speaks at the dedication service for Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth

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Habitat for Humanity dedicates first twin homes

    Habitat for Humanity dedicates first twin homes

By Ashlea Jones For The Chronicle   Habitat for Humanity dedicates two houses to new Habitat homeowners in an unprecedented

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Forum centers on educational gap

    Forum centers on educational gap

By Timothy Ramsey For The Chronicle The Initiative for African American Males (IAAM) held its first community forum titled “Closing

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Atkins named N.C. Model Magnet School

    Atkins named N.C. Model Magnet School

High school has improved drastically over the years By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle The start of the 2015 school year

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New professional football team looking for talent ahead of first season

    New professional football team looking for talent ahead of first season

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle On Saturday, Oct. 17, the Winston-Salem Wildcats, the city’s first professional indoor football team, will

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McCrory announces statewide online driver license renewals

    McCrory announces statewide online driver license renewals

Special to The Chronicle Governor Pat McCrory has announced that online driver license renewal will now be available statewide by

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