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Editorial: Investment not shown in state budget

    Editorial: Investment not shown in state budget

It is too generous to call the new state budget a spending plan. It is a spending reaction. Leaders should have a plan, a goal. This is a budget drawn

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Wake Forest University named Oakes first Chief Diversity Officer

    Wake Forest University named Oakes first Chief Diversity Officer

Special to The Chronicle Barbee Oakes, a recognized leader in diversity, has been appointed as Wake Forest University’s first chief diversity officer. Oakes retains her assistant provost title and responsibilities,

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Equipment stolen from Oddfellows Cemetery site

    Equipment stolen from Oddfellows Cemetery site

 The caretaker house at Oddfellows Cemetery was broken into last month. (Photos by Todd Luck) By Todd Luck The Chronicle The caretaker house at the historic Oddfellows Cemetery was broken into last month,

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Center for Design Innovation opens new facility to public

    Center for Design Innovation opens new  facility to public

 This MAKERSPACE lab features items printed on a 3D printer at the Center for Design Innovation. (Photo submitted) By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Wake Forest Innovation Quarter, home of

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Carver High, WSSU kick off mentoring and tutoring program

    Carver High, WSSU kick off  mentoring and tutoring program

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle On Friday, Sept. 25, students from Winston-Salem State University and Carver High School came together

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Older Americans Work

    Older Americans Work

During the luncheon for National Employ Older Worker Week, Kathleen Evans of AT&T presented the Winston-Salem Urban League with a

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Rain didn’t stop Race for the Cure diehards

    Rain didn’t stop Race for the Cure diehards

Participants in the race for the Cure at the BB&T Ballpark in downtown Winston Salem, Saturday September 26. Tori P.

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Area’s first Christian music festival wows crowd amid rain

    Area’s first Christian music festival wows crowd amid rain

Carla Fulton, with the Renaissance choir, leads a song during The Awakening Christian music festival at BB&T Ballpark in Winston-Salem

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Enough is enough, ministers tell Carson

    Enough is enough,  ministers  tell  Carson

GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson shakes hands during a stop in Winston-Salem on Tuesday afternoon at Berean Baptist Church. (Photo

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Lambson is first female football coach in N.C.

    Lambson is first female football coach in N.C.

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Sports history was made last month when the junior varsity squads from Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy

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