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Expungement clinic gives hundreds a clean slate

    Expungement clinic gives hundreds a clean slate

Last week several elected officials partnered with the Wake Forest Law Pro Bono Project and local attorneys to host an expungement clinic at the Forsyth County Hall of Justice.

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Cooperative Extension volunteers honored at Volunteer Appreciation luncheon

    Cooperative Extension volunteers honored at Volunteer Appreciation luncheon

April is National Volunteer Month and Forsyth Extension Center celebrated the month by treating its volunteers and supporters to lunch.

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Shonta Fleming named assistant director of Samaritan Ministries

    Shonta Fleming named assistant director of Samaritan Ministries

Shonta Fleming named assistant director of Samaritan Ministries

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Local officials help citizens erase criminal offenses from records

    Local officials help citizens erase criminal offenses from records

Citizens who want to erase dismissals of various kinds from their record will be able to do so on the spot on Wednesday April 17 at the Forsyth County Hall of Justice from 4-7 p.m.

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Omega men helping the homeless

  Omega men helping the homeless

On March 2, Psi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. held a clothing drive at the Bethesda Center for the Homeless.

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N.C.’s youngest natural hair specialist officially opens salon

  N.C.’s youngest natural hair specialist officially opens salon

Last weekend Aubrianna Lash witnessed her dreams become reality when she officially opened the doors to her salon on Sunday, April 7.

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Shining the light on volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Month

  Shining the light on volunteers during National Volunteer Appreciation Month

April is National Volunteer Appreciation Month and The Chronicle will be highlighting a few of the people in our community who are making a difference through their volunteer service.

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Local officials help citizens erase criminal offenses from records

  Local officials help citizens erase criminal offenses from records

Spring cleaning often brings to mind brooms and mops, but the Honorable Susan Frye, Forsyth County Clerk of Superior Court is spearheading an effort with Councilman James Taylor and other local officials to help citizens of Forsyth County clean up their criminal records.

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The 4th quarter doesn’t have to be the last quarter

  The 4th quarter doesn’t have to be the last quarter

The 4th quarter doesn’t have to be the last quarter

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RiverRun Film Festival comes to town

  RiverRun Film Festival comes to town

Running April 4-14, RiverRun screens films at various venues including Aperture Arts House Cinema downtown, the UNC School of the Arts, SECCA and Hanesbrands Theatre. Tickets are $12 and matinee screenings are $6. There are also several free offerings.

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