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South Little League kicks off fall baseball season

    South Little League kicks off fall baseball season

photo above: Members of the South Little League are on the field during opening day. (submitted photo)  By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle While the major league baseball players are preparing

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Sisters of Goler Memorial plan ‘Chit Chat’

    Sisters of Goler Memorial plan ‘Chit Chat’

photo above: Kendra T. Davis (submitted photo) Special to The Chronicle The Women’s Ministry of Goler Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church will conduct its third annual “Chit Chat & All That

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Exodus United gives away book bags to students

    Exodus United gives away book bags to students

photo above: Pastor Carlisle of Exodus United Baptist Church and volunteers distribute book bags on Aug. 17. (submitted photo) Special to The Chronicle Exodus United Baptist Church, 2000 Wilbur Street,

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Black Methodist leaders organize for justice

    Black Methodist leaders  organize for justice

Photo above: Bishop John R. Bryant Senior, Bishop of the African Methodist Episcopal (A.M.E.) Church (submitted photo) By Jazelle Hunt NNPA Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON – Flanked by images of the

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A move for Winston-Salem Prep?

    A move for Winston-Salem Prep?

School system in talks to move WSPA from historic Atkins High building to WSSU campus  By Todd Luck The Chronicle

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President Obama’s male mentoring program comes to W-S

    President Obama’s male mentoring program comes to W-S

Ministers’ Conference holds Community Day (submitted photo) Tevin Stinson The Chronicle On Saturday, Sept. 12, the Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem

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City breaks ground on first new police station

    City breaks ground on first new police station

(From L-R) Councilman Dan Besse, Councilman Derwin Montgomery, Councilman James Taylor, Jr., Police Chief Barry Roundtree, City Manager Lee Garrity

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Cheerleaders from across the state honor peer who was killed

    Cheerleaders from across the state honor peer who was killed

#CheerForYona videos spread after death of former Shaw University cheerleader (submitted photo)  By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle The past two

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Bernie Sanders visits Greensboro, talks voters rights and minimum wage

    Bernie Sanders visits Greensboro, talks voters rights and minimum wage

By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Among the 9,000 attendees at presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ rally at the Greensboro Coliseum

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Phi Beta Sigma building to serve as national headquarters for Million Man March

    Phi Beta Sigma building to serve as national headquarters for Million Man March

BlackNews.com Washington, D.C . — In a move symbolic of its commitment of service to humanity, the Phi Beta Sigma

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