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WS/FCS names leadership for Cook Literacy Model School

    WS/FCS names leadership for Cook Literacy Model School

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Paula Wilkins and Constance Hash will lead Cook Literacy Model School as the school is restarted with a focus on literacy. Wilkins will be the school’s

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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 the Triad. In Forsyth County between 2013 and 2014 the

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Chronicle wins N.C. Press Association awards

    Chronicle wins N.C. Press Association awards

CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT The Chronicle staff won a top award from the N.C. Press Association (NCPA) for News Coverage in the smaller newspapers division. Also, designer/political cartoonist Ron Rogers and

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The Man with Anointed Hands Carl Russell, Jr. of Russell Funeral Home passed

    The Man with Anointed Hands Carl Russell, Jr. of Russell  Funeral Home passed

Submitted photo The late Carl Russell, Jr. was an important part of Russell Funeral Home, which has been run by his family for more than 75 years. BY TODD LUCK 

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Free tax returns provided at nonprofits

  Free tax returns provided at nonprofits

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Forsyth Free Tax is a part of the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program in which

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Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation awards grants to two local organizations

  Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation awards grants to two local organizations

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Trustees of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation have awarded a $60,000 grant to Neighbors for Better

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Maurice “Mo” Green honored with NCAE Excellence in Equity Award

  Maurice “Mo” Green honored with NCAE Excellence in Equity Award

Green Special to The Chronicle GREENSBORO – Maurice “Mo” Green, incoming executive director of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation in

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‘Know Your Rights’ presentation at Parkland among pro bono projects

  ‘Know Your Rights’ presentation at Parkland among pro bono projects

Photo by Todd Luck Wake Forest  Law Student Stephanie Jackson makes a “Know Your Rights” presentation at Parkland High School

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Local band receives donation following national contest

  Local band receives donation following national contest

Photo by Tevin Stinson Members of the Carver High School Marching Band, school administrators, and other supporters of the music

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Industries for the Blind gets new buses for its youth programs

  Industries for the Blind gets new buses for its youth programs

By Todd Luck The Chronicle Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind (IFB) dedicated two new buses that will let more students

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