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Patrice Toney completes course as emerging leader

    Patrice Toney completes course as emerging leader

Special to The Chronicle CHAPEL HILL, NC – On Sept. 15, Patrice Toney, Budget and Evaluation director for the city of Winston-Salem, successfully completed the Leading for Results program at the

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Helping to get ‘houses’ in order

    Helping to get ‘houses’ in order

Nelson Mullins attorneys from Charlotte, Raleigh, and Columbia, S.C., joined their colleagues in Winston-Salem on Saturday, Oct. 21, to provide free wills for 32 Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County clients.

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Residential construction at 10-year high

    Residential construction at 10-year high

Residential construction in Forsyth County set a 10-year quarterly high with $125 million in permit value.

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A cut above the rest

    A cut above the rest

Gerald Hutson, the owner of Bus Stop Barber Shop, has been cutting hair for more than 70 years.

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Urban League official speaks about Ferguson

  Urban League official speaks about Ferguson

Last weekend the Urban League took a moment to reflect on past accomplishments and recognize others in the community who make Winston-Salem a better place.

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Panel explores history of Depot Street area

  Panel explores history of Depot Street area

Long before there was an Innovation Quarter, that area of downtown was the thriving heart of the black community along Depot Street.

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Event seeks to change traditional view about philanthropy

  Event seeks to change traditional view about philanthropy

By Bridget Elam, For The Chronicle What is philanthropy?  Generally, people consider philanthropy as an act by a wealthy person to

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Mixxer looks to bring people together

  Mixxer looks to bring people together

Alan Shelton’s dream of creating a space where artists, designers and entrepreneurs can make ideas come to life will soon be a reality.

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The Chronicle is moving to new address

  The Chronicle is moving to new address

By Bridget Elam, For The Chronicle Winston Salem’s oldest community newspaper will have a new address.   That’s right, as of

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Cox restarts radio program, column in W-S

  Cox restarts radio program, column in W-S

By John Singleton, Special to the Chronicle If it’s true that “there are no second acts in American lives,” as novelist F.

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