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Women’s Fund hosting its first online fundraiser

    Women’s Fund hosting its first online fundraiser

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem is asking residents to use their social media networks to improve lives. On Thursday, April 7, the non-profit organization will

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Police probe Twitter threat to Clipper Chris Paul’s wife

    Police probe Twitter threat to Clipper Chris Paul’s wife

CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT Los Angeles police say they’re looking into a threat made via Twitter to a family member of Los Angeles Clippers All-Star guard Chris Paul, the Associated Press

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Forsyth Tech launches new website

    Forsyth Tech launches new website

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Forsyth Tech has launched a new website that has been redesigned to transform the user experience. The new site can be viewed at www.forsythtech.edu. The site

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Community computer clinic services 100-plus machines

    Community computer clinic services 100-plus machines

Forsyth Tech photo Forsyth Technical Community College’s Computer Technology students workedon multiple computers simultaneously to keep up with demand during the college’sfirst-ever free community Computer Diagnostic Clinic on March 18.

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DOT Campaign to Promote Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety

  DOT Campaign to Promote Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem Bicycle and Pedestrian Program is sponsoring a four-week education and enforcement campaign to promote

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Hanes-Lowrance community residents still wait on action

  Hanes-Lowrance community residents still wait on action

Photo by Tevin Stinson Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke speaks to residents during a meeting held at Hanes Hosiery Recreation

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Margaret Simms visits WSSU to expound on economic justice

  Margaret Simms visits WSSU to expound on economic justice

Simms BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Last week, Institute Fellow at the Urban Institute in Washington, D.C. Margaret C. Simms

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Early Head Start classrooms open in Forsyth County

  Early Head Start classrooms open in Forsyth County

Photo by Tevin Stinson Early Head Start teacher Nahesha McCatty helps a student wash her hands inside one of four

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Commissioners split on MWBE requirements for parking deck repairs

  Commissioners split on MWBE requirements for parking deck repairs

Marshall/Witherspoon BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Forsyth County Commissioners split 5-2 in their Monday, March 14 meeting on a contract

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Officers battle growing heroin issue in W-S

  Officers battle growing heroin issue in W-S

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  In recent years the number of people dying from heroin and opiate has increased throughout

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