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Enough is enough, ministers tell Carson

    Enough is enough,  ministers  tell  Carson

GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson shakes hands during a stop in Winston-Salem on Tuesday afternoon at Berean Baptist Church. (Photo by Todd Luck) By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle On Tuesday,

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Candidate Carson chides progressives at W-S stop

    Candidate Carson chides progressives at W-S stop

Members of The Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity during the press conference to protest Ben Carson on Tuesday, Sept. 29 at Emmanuel Baptist Church. (Photos by Tevin Stinson) By

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Organizers say ‘Amen’ to diversity at Gospel Fest

    Organizers say ‘Amen’ to diversity at Gospel Fest

By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Gospel entertainment will not remain in church on two Sundays in October. It will also be at the Dixie Classic Fair. The annual Gospel

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Hispanic League prepares for 23rd annual Fiesta

    Hispanic League prepares for 23rd annual Fiesta

photo above: Mari Jo Turner (submitted photo) Proceeds will go to support scholarships for students By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle On Saturday, Sept. 26, the Hispanic League will hold its annual

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Church opens its new free clinic

  Church opens its new free clinic

By Timothy Ramsey For The Chronicle The New Light Missionary Baptist Church at 1535 E. 15th St. in Winston-Salem opened

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Ministers plan protest against Carson visit

  Ministers plan protest against Carson visit

By Donna Rogers and Todd Luck The Chronicle “Every American should be disturbed,” said U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minnesota, in a

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Children’s Law Center celebrates 10 years of legal advocacy

  Children’s Law Center celebrates 10 years of legal advocacy

Its lawyers are voices of children in domestic violence cases By Todd Luck The Chronicle For the last 10 years, the

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A move for Winston-Salem Prep?

  A move for Winston-Salem Prep?

School system in talks to move WSPA from historic Atkins High building to WSSU campus  By Todd Luck The Chronicle

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Cheerleaders from across the state honor peer who was killed

  Cheerleaders from across the state honor peer who was killed

#CheerForYona videos spread after death of former Shaw University cheerleader (submitted photo)  By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle The past two

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City breaks ground on first new police station

  City breaks ground on first new police station

(From L-R) Councilman Dan Besse, Councilman Derwin Montgomery, Councilman James Taylor, Jr., Police Chief Barry Roundtree, City Manager Lee Garrity

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