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Broad Street bridge to open soon

    Broad Street bridge to open soon

Local drivers will soon see a benefit to the acceleration package agreed upon last fall between NCDOT and the Business 40 contractors. The Broad Street bridge will tentatively open on Saturday, March 30

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Granddaughter of Dr. Manderline Scales follows her passion for community service

    Granddaughter of Dr. Manderline Scales follows her passion for community service

Throughout the month of March The Chronicle will be highlighting women in our community who are setting an example and paving the way for the next generation of leaders. This week we shine our light on city native Porsche Jones. 

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Crystal Towers’ residents will be forced to move

    Crystal Towers’ residents will be forced to move

Less than a year after they announced the sale of the building, next month the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem (HAWS) is expected finalize the sale of Crystal Towers.

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The Winston-Salem Chapter of The Links Incorporated sponsors oratorical contest

    The Winston-Salem Chapter of The Links Incorporated sponsors oratorical contest

The Winston-Salem Chapter of The Links Incorporated sponsors oratorical contest

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Life saving firefighters receive award

  Life saving firefighters receive award

The Forsyth County Firefighters Association honored local firefighters at an annual awards ceremony on March 12, including five firefighters who helped rescue a man from a burning house.

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IFB, Luxexcel provide free eyeglasses for students

  IFB, Luxexcel provide free eyeglasses for students

Last week, IFB Solutions and Luxexcel, the only company in the world with technology that can 3D-print custom ophthalmic lenses, provided more than a dozen local students with free eyeglasses.

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EnergyUnited Foundation awards $10,000 grant

  EnergyUnited Foundation awards $10,000 grant

The EnergyUnited Foundation is pleased to announce it has awarded a $10,000 grant to Saving Grace K9’s, a non-profit, veteran support organization located in Davidson County.

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City finally has Confederate statue removed

  City finally has Confederate statue removed

After weeks of protest, heated conversations at City Hall, and ongoing conversations on social media, on Tuesday, March 12, the Confederate statue located at the corner of Fourth and Liberty Streets in downtown Winston-Salem was removed.

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Youth and College Division of the NAACP Winston-Salem Chapter serves the community

  Youth and College Division of the NAACP Winston-Salem Chapter serves the community

Members of the Youth and College Division Advisory Council of the NAACP Winston-Salem Chapter gave homage to the community recently by volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House of Winston-Salem in commemoration of Black History Month.

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The Forsyth Promise-Be the Change Community Convening

  The Forsyth Promise-Be the Change Community Convening

The organization hosted their quarterly Be the Change convening, which was a multi-faceted event that explored the concept of educational equity through an examination of their core measures for education, a screening of the documentary film “Beyond the Bricks,” facilitated table conversation, and a panel discussion.

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