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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 Leaders United. Special to The Chronicle The United Way of Forsyth

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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 to mark the start of JRAMS, a new tutoring and

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Center for Design Innovation opens new facility to public

    Center for Design Innovation opens new  facility to public

 This MAKERSPACE lab features items printed on a 3D printer at the Center for Design Innovation. (Photo submitted) By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Wake Forest Innovation Quarter, home of

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Older Americans Work

    Older Americans Work

During the luncheon for National Employ Older Worker Week, Kathleen Evans of AT&T presented the Winston-Salem Urban League with a check for $5,000. Shown in the photo are (L-R) Evelyn

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High schoolers discuss race relations at schools

  High schoolers discuss race relations at schools

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle At a time when race relations are the headlines in many news reports, the Human

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Wake Forest University named Oakes first Chief Diversity Officer

  Wake Forest University named Oakes first Chief Diversity Officer

Special to The Chronicle Barbee Oakes, a recognized leader in diversity, has been appointed as Wake Forest University’s first chief

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WSSU Students Discuss Trust with Law Enforcement

  WSSU Students Discuss Trust with Law Enforcement

A small-group discussion includes East Ward City Councilman Derwin Montgomery, far left. (photo submitted) Special to The Chronicle The Winston-Salem

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City looking at options after Liberty Street Market closes

  City looking at options after Liberty Street  Market closes

The Liberty Street Market consists of two shelters on Liberty Street. This shot shows the structures before a fence was

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United Way is targeting Carver School Road area with millions in grants

  United Way is targeting Carver School Road area with millions in grants

By Todd Luck The Chronicle United Way of Forsyth County and Neighbors for Better Neighborhood (NBN) are working with local

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Leadership Winston-Salem elects officers and welcomes new board members

  Leadership Winston-Salem elects officers   and welcomes new board members

Above: New Leadership Winston-Salem board members are: Front L-R– Claire Tuttle, Dr. Trae T. Cotton, Brad Zabel Back L-R – Rev.

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