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Gift of pocketbooks lifts spirit of homeless and abused women

    Gift of pocketbooks lifts spirit of homeless and abused women

Photos courtesy of Alisha Byrd Alisha Byrd, left, and Dr. Nicole Sherrill-Corry are shown with some of the donated pocketbooks. WSSU grad, department partner for project By Laurie D. Willis

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Giving Tuesday helps local causes

    Giving Tuesday helps local causes

WSSU Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson By Todd Luck The Chronicle Money to help those in need, scholarship funds for college students and computers for young students are just some of

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Burke/Joines Scholarship will pay full tuition for deserving high school senior

    Burke/Joines Scholarship will pay full tuition for deserving high school senior

Mayor Allen Joines and Mayor Pro Temp Vivian Burke By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Mayor Allen Joines and Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian H. Burke announced next month they will kick

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Student athletes encouraged to follow their dreams

    Student athletes encouraged to follow their dreams

Photo by Tevin Stinson Jaylen D. Bledsoe delivers the keynote address during the Branded For Knowledge Awards Banquet on Monday, Dec. 7. Bledsoe started his own technology consulting business when

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Program links people not in poverty with those who are poor

  Program links people not in poverty with those who are poor

Photos by Todd Luck Crishanna Cannon (center) talks about her new job during a sharing activity at the start of

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Don’t Let Small Dollar Loans Ruin Your Holidays

  Don’t Let Small Dollar Loans Ruin Your Holidays

By Charlene Crowell NNPA News Wire Columnist In this wonderful time of the year when family and friends gather in

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True Elite partners with WSSU

  True Elite partners with WSSU

Fluellen BY TEVIN STINSON FOR THE CHRONICLE The True Elite mentoring program has joined forces with the social work program

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Moore becomes WSFD’s first black female battalion chief

  Moore becomes WSFD’s first black female battalion chief

Photo by Todd Luck Fire Battalion Chief Shirese Moore with the SUV that District 3 battalion chiefs drive. By Todd

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Customers shop local on Small Business

  Customers shop local on Small Business

Winston-Salem Black Chamber President Randon Pender led the tour of black-owned businesses on Saturday. By Todd Luck The Chronicle Downtown

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Parents, others question ‘low-performing’ schools label

  Parents, others question ‘low-performing’ schools label

Emory and Gordon By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle  Educators in Forsyth County are not happy about the plan of action

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