Business and Careers

Minorities 45 percent of new Salem class

Salem College is continuing to attract a racially diverse student body. The school just welcomed one of its largest incoming first-year classes in history. According to school officials, the class

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Black Philanthropy Fund accepting grant applications

    Black Philanthropy Fund  accepting grant applications

Chronicle Staff Report Local nonprofit organizations are being encouraged to apply for grants from The Winston-Salem Foundation’s Black Philanthropy Fund. The Fund was created through fundraising efforts of the Black

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NCCU ranks high in Washington Monthly ranking

    NCCU ranks high in  Washington Monthly ranking

North Carolina Central University placed 26th in the master’s-level universities category in Washington Monthly magazine’s 2012 rankings of American colleges and universities. Last year, NCCU ranked 39th in the same

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Local black business advocates to receive honor

    Local black business advocates to receive honor

  Triad residents John Raye and Rosie Smith  will be honored by Compro-Tax, a national, black-owned income tax preparation and bookkeeping company, for their longtime advocacy of black entrepreneurship, self-development

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Cotton named Rural Hall’s principal

  Cotton named Rural Hall’s principal

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education voted unanimously last week to select Diamond Cotton as the new principal of Rural

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G’boro firm to work security at DNC

  G’boro firm to work security at DNC

  Greensboro-based Safe & Secure Worldwide Protection Group has been hired to help provide security at the upcoming Democratic National

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Local stylist earns kudos at national competition

  Local stylist earns kudos at national competition

  Forsyth County hairstylist Tiffany Allen Thames was a top-five finisher at the Aug. 5 Third Annual Hair Fitness competition

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Interim NCCU chancellor: Get off your ‘Buts’

  Interim NCCU chancellor: Get off your ‘Buts’

One week after taking office, Interim Chancellor Charles Becton spoke to the assembled faculty and staff at North Carolina Central

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Local airline employees win thousands

  Local airline employees win thousands

Winston-Salem-based US Airways employees have been awarded $10,000 each for their “Above and Beyond” customer service. The employees, all reservations

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Novant’s commitment to diversity honored

  Novant’s commitment to diversity honored

VHA Inc., a national network of more than 1,350 not-for-profit healthcare organizations and 72,000 other providers, presented  Novant Health with

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