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N.C. NAACP women blast Sen. Burr on his record

    N.C. NAACP women blast Sen. Burr on his record

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle Female members of NAACP chapters from across North Carolina expressed concerns about the legislative record of Sen. Richard Burr last week, charging that the

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Rep. Adams introduces legislation to name Winston-Salem post office after Maya Angelou

    Rep. Adams introduces legislation to name Winston-Salem post office after Maya Angelou

Chronicle Staff Report U.S. Rep. Alma S. Adams (NC-12, which includes Winston-Salem) has introduced House Resolution 3735, legislation to name the post office located at 200 Town Run Lane in

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WSSU holds Social Justice Week

    WSSU holds Social Justice Week

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Although it was midterm season, many Winston-Salem State University students found time to take part in Social Justice Week. Presented by the Office of the

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Local and state businesses, groups respond to South Carolina flooding

    Local and state businesses,  groups respond to South Carolina flooding

By Todd Luck The Chronicle Local businesses and organizations are responding to the severe flooding in South Carolina. The state received more than 2 feet of rain the first weekend

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The Salvation Army accepting Christmas assistance signups

  The Salvation Army accepting Christmas assistance signups

Special to The Chronicle Autumn may have just begun but it’s time to start signing up for Christmas Assistance from

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Officials look to future as ground broken for new Central Library

  Officials look to future as ground  broken for new Central Library

Photo by Todd Luck Officials from city and county governments, Forsyth County libraries and Frank L. Blum Construction Company shovel

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Gov. McCrory’s MLK Commission is offering grants

  Gov. McCrory’s MLK Commission is offering grants

Special to The Chronicle Gov. Pat McCrory’s Martin Luther King Commission, part of the Human Relations Commission under the NC Department

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Full-service salon opens in Ogburn Station

  Full-service salon opens in Ogburn Station

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle The Ogburn Station Business Corridor received a major face lift on Tuesday, Oct. 6, when

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United Way of Forsyth County kicks off 2015 community campaign 

  United Way of Forsyth County kicks off 2015 community campaign 

Submitted photo Community members learn more about United Way’s work and Leadership Societies, such as Women’s Leadership Council and Young

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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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