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Thousands vote early, smoothly in county

    Thousands vote early, smoothly in county

Photo by Tevin Stinson poll worker helps citizens cast their ballots at the Forsyth County Board of Elections on Friday, March 4.This is the first time N.C. voters are required

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Matthews’ civil rights legacy set

    Matthews’ civil rights legacy set

Matthews By Todd Luck The Chronicle Carl Wesley Matthews, the leader of the local lunch counter protest in 1960 that became the state’s first victory for the sit-in movement, passed

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Urban League set to host SNAP enrollment fair

    Urban League set to host SNAP enrollment fair

Photo by Tevin Stinson Shirley Agee talks about how receiving SNAP bene-fits has added value to her lifestyle during a news conference held at City Hall on Tuesday, March 1.

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Groundbreaking heralds District 3 police station

    Groundbreaking heralds District 3 police station

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Construction on the District 3 Police Station is officially underway. Mayor Allen Joines, Chief Barry Rountree and other city officials held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday,

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Judge dismisses Mary Thompson estate lawsuit

  Judge dismisses Mary Thompson estate lawsuit

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle A lawsuit alleging an estate guardian and the Forsyth County Clerk of Superior Court’s

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Cook administrators and parents unite to improve school

  Cook administrators and parents unite to improve school

Photo by Tevin Stinson A group of parents make a list of changes they would like to be included in

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Students urge Cooper to free Kalvin Michael Smith 

  Students urge Cooper to free Kalvin Michael Smith 

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Chants of “Free Kalvin Smith Now” echoed from every corner of the Dillard Auditorium in

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Questions surround AG’s office

  Questions surround AG’s office

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle The former FBI assistant director who reviewed the Winston-Salem Police investigation of Kalvin Michael

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Community seeks answers regarding police

  Community seeks answers regarding police

Above: Photo by Tevin Stinson-  City Council Member Dan Besse, police Lt. Delray Anthony, community activist Yusef Suggs-el, Lt. Marcus

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School system holds meetings on bonds 

  School system holds meetings on bonds 

Above: Superintendent Beverly Emory speaks. Some leaders are asking for a new East Winston middle school By Todd Luck The Chronicle

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