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Moving Forward by Going Back

    Moving Forward by Going Back

Church recalls African Holocaust with series of special events By Todd Luck The Chronicle Maafa is a longstanding tradition at Emmanuel Baptist Church. The annual weeklong slate of events commemorates

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Freshmen settle-in at Wake Forest

    Freshmen settle-in at Wake Forest

By Layla Garms The Chronicle Wake Forest University has opened its doors for more than 1,200 new Demon Deacons. The freshmen of the incoming class hail from 22 international countries

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Program offers inmates rare quality time with their kids

    Program offers inmates rare quality time with their kids

By Layla Garms The Chronicle Before Saturday, Stanley Reaves had not laid eyes on his nine year-old son Josiah since being incarcerated more than four years ago. When the boy

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Elections head fights for more access in East Winston

    Elections head fights for more access in  East Winston

  The chair of the Forsyth County Board of Elections is still hoping that East Winston will have four early voting sites come October. Democrat Linda Sutton was on the

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Praizing Away the Pounds

  Praizing Away the Pounds

  Dozens of local folks “caught the spirit” last week during an exercise session led by Precious Quire-McCloud at the

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Carver dress policy gets mixed reviews on first day of school

  Carver dress policy gets mixed  reviews on first day of school

Carver High School students returned to classes Monday donning clothing prescribed by the school’s new Standard Mode of Dress (SMOD)

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Substance over Style

  Substance over Style

WSSU alum is achieving new heights, and looking good while doing it    Winston-Salem State University alumnus Donald Cureton Jr. is

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Shortages put Food Bank in crisis mode

  Shortages put Food Bank in crisis mode

  A donation from Food Lion came right on time last week for Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North

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Judge says threats won’t change her connection to the community

  Judge says threats won’t change her connection to the community

Judge Denise Hartsfield said she doesn’t plan to cut back her jam-packed schedule of public appearances or pull her home

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Agency’s ‘Big’ day designed to draw volunteers

  Agency’s ‘Big’ day designed to draw volunteers

Twenty local boys and girls briefly experienced what it’s like to be a Little Brother or Little Sister last Friday.

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