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Atkins CDC will run part of Union Station

    Atkins CDC will run part of Union Station

Union Station is a former station that was a automotive repair shop before being purchased by the City. Renovations to turn into a transportation center will begin in 2016. By

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Father of Travis Page speaks against racism and hate speech

    Father of Travis Page speaks against racism and hate speech

Photo by Tevin Stinson Darryl Williams, father of Travis Page, holds a sign that reads “Honk 4 Justice” during a recent rally held on the corner of Stratford Rd. and

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Police investigate guardian case

    Police investigate guardian case

Above: Attorney Bryan C. Thompson By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle A police report has been filed against a prominent Winston-Salem attorney alleging that he committed “fraud” after receiving the

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Community wants answers in death of man killed in custody of WSPD

    Community wants answers in death of man killed in custody of WSPD

Above: Travis Page For The Chronicle  It has been a week since 31-year-old Travis Page died in the custody of four police officers and citizens are growing impatient waiting for

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New motion to remove estate guardian emerges

  New motion to remove estate guardian emerges

Above: Attorney Bryan C. Thompson By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle The Chronicle has reviewed yet another court motion to

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Trust Talk brings police and community to the table

  Trust Talk brings police and community to the table

Photo by Todd Luck Dave Moore shares his thoughts during an icebreaker session at the Trust Talk last week. By

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Police chief urges calm and patience after Page’s death

  Police chief urges calm and patience after Page’s death

Above: Third Vice President of The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity Rev. Alvin Carlisle addresses members of the media during

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New bus routes going to City Council

  New bus routes going to City Council

Photo by Todd Luck Winston-Salem Transit Authority buses pull in and out of the Clark Campbell Transportation Center in downtown

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Ministers’ Conference demands release of body camera footage in Winston-Salem

  Ministers’ Conference demands release of body camera footage in Winston-Salem

Above: Bishop Todd Fulton, president of the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (File photo by Erin Mizelle for The

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Poor diet linked to illnesses among blacks

  Poor diet linked to illnesses among blacks

Cooking Matters (Right) coordinator Felecia Bennett-Giles chops fresh herbs during a recent Cooking Matters session. The class is designed to

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