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Poverty simulation exercise opens eyes

    Poverty simulation exercise opens eyes

Photos by Judie Holcomb-Pack  (Left) “Family” discusses their situation during poverty simulation. By Kim Underwood Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Principal Gary Cone was a 19-year-old single mother who had dropped out

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Exclusive: Guardian accused of ‘theft’

    Exclusive: Guardian accused of  ‘theft’

Above: Attorney Bryan C. Thompson By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle A prominent Winston-Salem attorney who routinely serves as an estate guardian and public administrator through the Forsyth Clerk of

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Analysis: Blacks speak out against racism of Trump

    Analysis: Blacks speak out against racism of Trump

By Cash Michaels For the Chronicle When dozens of black ministers met with controversial tycoon and leading Republican candidate Donald Trump last week – a group the Trump campaign expected

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Board of Elections prepares for primaries

    Board of Elections prepares for primaries

Eligible voters in N.C. have until Feb. 19 to register By Todd Luck For the Chronicle Candidates are filing and voter registration is going on for the March 15, 2016

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Alumni and residents bask in East Forsyth High spotlight

  Alumni and residents bask in East Forsyth High spotlight

Submitted photo Thousands showed up to see the quarterfinal matchup between cross-town rivals East Forsyth and West Forsyth on Friday,

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N.C. NAACP leads 80-day voter engagement drive

  N.C. NAACP leads 80-day voter engagement drive

Photo by Cash Michaels  N.C. NAACP President Rev. William Barber II, center. surrounded by Democracy N.C. Director Bob Hall, left,

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Residents sleep outside to bring awareness to area homelessness

  Residents sleep outside to bring awareness to area homelessness

Submitted photo Students on the campus of Winston-Salem State University accepted the challenge from The Bethesda Center to sleep outside

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Robbery leads business owners to build relationship with police

  Robbery leads business owners to build relationship with police

Photo by Tevin Stinson Capt. W.S. Weaver, left, and Lt. Mike Cardwell, right, sit down with business owners in the

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Lowe files for full term in N.C. Senate

  Lowe files for full term in N.C. Senate

Most City Council members file to run for their seats Chronicle Staff Report Sen. Paul Lowe Jr., a Democrat, has

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A tape, more documents emerge in case

  A tape, more documents emerge in case

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle Editor’s note – This is Part 3 of The Chronicle’s examination of what happened

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