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Wake Forest Baptist celebrates opening of the Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education

    Wake Forest Baptist celebrates opening of the Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center announced completion of the new medical education building for its School of Medicine. The Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education opened

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Herbalife Job Fair to be held at Urban League

    Herbalife Job Fair to be held at Urban League

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem Urban League will partner with Herbalife to sponsor a Job Fair on Friday, July 29 at the Urban League downtown location. The Job Fair

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As weather heats up, ‘tip and toss’ to eliminate mosquito breeding areas

    As weather heats up, ‘tip and toss’ to eliminate mosquito breeding areas

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Mosquito and tick-borne diseases are most commonly acquired from June to September, but residents of Forsyth County can “tip and toss” to eliminate mosquito breeding areas

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Craig Atwood to speak as part of Old Salem’s Moravian History Series

    Craig Atwood to speak as part of Old Salem’s Moravian History Series

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The second lecture in Old Salem Museums & Gardens’ Moravian History Speaker Series will take place on August 9 at 7 p.m. in the James A.

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Winston-Salem Symphony elects new board members and presents annual award

    Winston-Salem Symphony elects new board members and presents annual award

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem Symphony announced the election of directors for the Winston-Salem Symphony Association Board of Directors,

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From daycare to ministry, pastor celebrates 12th year

    From daycare to ministry, pastor celebrates 12th year

“When God has a plan for your life, sometimes he has to take certain things away for you to see

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Organization looks to help men of color in the Triad

    Organization looks to help men of color in the Triad

With the recent rise in the number of black men killed by the hands of policemen all across the country

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WSSU athletic director gains administrators group honor

    WSSU athletic director gains  administrators group honor

KANSAS CITY, Mo.— Winston-Salem State University director of athletics, Tonia Walker, was named the NCAA Division II Administrator of the

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Editorial: GOP won’t see influx of black people in 2016 with Trump

    Editorial: GOP won’t see influx of black people in 2016 with Trump

It might be hard to believe, but African-Americans voted in large numbers for GOP candidates after they received the right

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Arts Council announces 13 mini-grant recipients

    Arts Council announces 13 mini-grant recipients

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has announced its second round of 2016 grants made through its Community

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