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Panelists recall life for black people in tobacco district neighborhoods

    Panelists recall life for black people in tobacco district neighborhoods

Photos by Todd Luck Barbara Morris  talks about growing up in the Belews Street neighborhood as Jack Steelman looks on. By Todd Luck The Chronicle Panelists at the “Remembering the Neighborhood” event recalled

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WSSU fraternity to host Sleep-Out for the Homeless on Nov. 20

    WSSU fraternity to host Sleep-Out for the Homeless on Nov. 20

In photo: Winston-Salem State University clock tower Special to The Chronicle The Delta Alpha Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) will conduct its 19th

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WSSU reflects on the life of Anthony White Jr.

    WSSU reflects on the  life of Anthony White Jr.

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle As evident by the kind words and hundreds who attended a memorial service last week, Anthony White Jr. touched the lives of many on the

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WSSU students wrap for Lifeline Shoebox Ministry

    WSSU students wrap for Lifeline  Shoebox Ministry

Above: Photos by Todd Luck- Alexandria Turnley holds up a wrapped box. Dozens of students at Winston-Salem State University spent part of their weekend wrapping boxes that will bring cheer to

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HARRY takes care of veterans on their special day

  HARRY takes care of  veterans on their special day

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle A group that advocates for veterans opened its office on Veterans Day to make sure

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Homes 4 Our Heroes celebrates successful project

  Homes 4 Our Heroes celebrates successful project

Homes 4 Our Heroes used Veterans Day, Nov. 11, to celebrate transforming dilapidated houses on Cameron Avenue into homes for

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WSSU’s event is more than just a parade

  WSSU’s event is more than  just a parade

Photos by Tevin Stinson A member of Winston-Salem State University’s Marching Band makes his way down Fourth Street during the

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Girls become queens for a day

  Girls become queens for a day

Bishop Sheldon M. McCarter, pastor of Greater Cleveland Avenue Christian Church, takes time to take a selfie with the 60

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Housing Authority celebrates Camden open house

  Housing Authority celebrates Camden open house

Special to the Chronicle The Housing Authority of Winston-Salem will celebrate the open house of its fourth Step-Up housing location,

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Arts Council shows diversity in grant awards for 2015-2016 cycle

  Arts Council shows diversity in grant awards for 2015-2016 cycle

Special to The Chronicle Retired teacher Diane Faison, who depicts Harriet Tubman, was one of the many recipients of an

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