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Liberty Market in transition once again

    Liberty Market in transition  once again

The city is once again considering its options for the Liberty Street Market after the contract with its latest manager ended. The market consists of two shelters the city built

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Oncologist kicks off Kwanzaa celebration

    Oncologist kicks off Kwanzaa celebration

Throughout the week, residents from across the community are coming together to celebrate the seven principles of Kwanzaa: Umoja, Kujichagulia, Ujima, Ujamaa, Nia, Kuumba and Imani. The weeklong celebration kicked

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Chronicle staff sends holiday greetings

    Chronicle staff sends holiday greetings

Happy Holidays from the staff of The Chronicle!

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Let there be peace in Winston-Salem

    Let there be peace in Winston-Salem

God said, “Let there be peace on earth as it is in heaven,” and Ben Piggott has been doing just that for 23 years with his Peace Toys for War Toys event.

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A miracle on Providence Lane

  A miracle on Providence Lane

I’m sure you’ve heard of the holiday classic “Miracle on 34th Street.” This past Tuesday, Dec. 19, it was a miracle on Providence Lane in Winston-Salem.

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Foundation continues Christmas tradition

  Foundation continues Christmas tradition

The Chris Paul Family Foundation helped make Christmas morning a little brighter for children in the area earlier this week, when they treated 150 children to a $100 shopping spree at Toys R Us.

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WSPD needs help to solve cold case

  WSPD needs help to solve cold case

The Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) is asking for help in solving the murder of 18-year-old Angel Benardino Gonzales.

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Coffee with a Cop continues to unite community

  Coffee with a Cop continues to unite community

More than a dozen officers with the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) mingled with residents over pastries and hot joe on

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NC WARN looks for local support for environmental plan

  NC WARN looks for local  support for environmental plan

NC WARN is hoping for local support in its effort to replace half of all fossil fuels used for electricity

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Local organizations give thanksgiving meals to ESR clients

  Local organizations give thanksgiving meals to ESR clients

In partnership with local organizations, over 40 Experiment in Self-Reliance (ESR) clients were adopted for Thanksgiving this holiday season. Mt.

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