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Stein launches campaign for attorney general

    Stein launches campaign for attorney general

photo above: Senator Josh Stein (submitted photo) By TOM FOREMAN Jr. Associated Press State Sen. Josh Stein, a former deputy to North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper, made appearances in

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Spring Lake mayor gets into U.S. Senate race to challenge Burr

    Spring Lake mayor gets into U.S. Senate race to challenge Burr

  By GARY D. ROBERTSON Associated Press RALEIGH, N.C. — The mayor of a small North Carolina town near Fort Bragg is running next year for the U.S. Senate seat

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Hispanic League prepares for 23rd annual Fiesta

    Hispanic League prepares for 23rd annual Fiesta

photo above: Mari Jo Turner (submitted photo) Proceeds will go to support scholarships for students By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle On Saturday, Sept. 26, the Hispanic League will hold its annual

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Church opens its new free clinic

    Church opens its new free clinic

By Timothy Ramsey For The Chronicle The New Light Missionary Baptist Church at 1535 E. 15th St. in Winston-Salem opened its Grace Free Clinic for the first time on Saturday,

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N.C. NAACP’s Barber receives national award

    N.C. NAACP’s  Barber receives national award

AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster Rev. Dr. William Barber II, left, Rep. G.K. Butterfield, D-N.C., center, and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham

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After 41 years, The Chronicle is still much needed

    After 41 years, The Chronicle is still much needed

Guest columnist: Lenwood G. Davis In a previous issue of The Winston-Salem Chronicle, Ernest H. Pitt, publisher and founder, wrote

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Ministers plan protest against Carson visit

    Ministers plan protest against Carson visit

By Donna Rogers and Todd Luck The Chronicle “Every American should be disturbed,” said U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minnesota, in a

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Organizers say ‘Amen’ to diversity at Gospel Fest

    Organizers say ‘Amen’ to diversity at Gospel Fest

By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Gospel entertainment will not remain in church on two Sundays in October. It will

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Viola Davis says her story doesn’t end with Emmy win

    Viola Davis says her story doesn’t end with Emmy win

By Lindsey Bahr AP Film Writer LOS ANGELES, Calif.—Viola Davis made history on Sunday by becoming the first black woman

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Eagles close with a flurry to knock off Raiders

    Eagles close with a flurry to knock off Raiders

photo above: Photo by Craig T. Greenlee Tacarris Wilson (7) and Lyndon Harmon of East Forsyth team up to sack Reagan

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