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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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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 Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County grant announced at

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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 Homecoming parade on Saturday, Oct. 31. By Tevin Stinson 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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For Seniors Only editor garners top award for her short story

  For Seniors Only editor garners top award for her short story

Above: Judie Holcomb-Pack shows the four medals she won for the North Carolina Senior Games/SilverArts literary competition. (Submitted photo) Special

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Winston-Salem Delta Arts Center to feature works by Gastonia native John Biggers

  Winston-Salem Delta Arts Center to feature works by Gastonia native John Biggers

Above: Harvesters II by John Biggers (Submitted photo) By Ashlea Jones For The Chronicle John T. Biggers (1924–2001), an African-American

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Energy assistance programs on radar as winter approaches

  Energy  assistance programs on radar as winter approaches

Above: Tashina Oladunjoye (Submitted photo) U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (DHHS) Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP)

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Bike Patrol asking for blankets, gloves and caps for the homeless

  Bike Patrol asking for blankets, gloves and caps for the homeless

By Todd Luck The Chronicle The Downtown Bike Patrol is asking the community to donate new or gently used blankets,

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