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WSPD solicits community’s help to solve string of senseless shootings

    WSPD solicits community’s help to solve string of senseless shootings

The Winston-Salem Police Department is calling on the community to help find the culprits behind a string of violent shootings.

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City unveils marker for unsung local music group

    City unveils marker for unsung local music group

On Sunday, May 26, the Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission unveiled a marker honoring Lowman Pauling and The “5” Royales.

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Where there’s a grill, there’s a way

    Where there’s a grill, there’s a way

You love backyard cookouts, but also want to maintain a healthy diet. No problem. Go ahead and fire up that grill! Just be smart about what you cook and how you cook it, and be willing to broaden your view of what‘s grillable.

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City Council honors living legend

    City Council honors living legend

Soon the gym at the William C. Sims Sr. Neighborhood Center will be renamed to honor a living legend and longtime Winston-Salem Recreation and Parks Department employee Ben Piggott.

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Suspect rams police car, evades officers

  Suspect rams police car, evades officers

While trying to elude officers with the Winston-Salem Police Department a suspect rammed an occupied police vehicle and managed to get away on Wednesday morning.

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Earls delivers address during Freedom Fund Gala

  Earls delivers address during Freedom Fund Gala

Last week the local branch of the “oldest and boldest Civil Rights organization” held its annual Freedom Fund Gala to help support the next generation of freedom fighters and activists. 

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Where will they go?

  Where will they go?

While the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem (HAWS) waits to hear back from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the 201 residents who call Crystal Towers home continue to cope with unsafe living conditions.

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The Chronicle Community Service Awards Celebration gets a facelift

  The Chronicle Community Service Awards Celebration gets a facelift

Think lights, cameras and the red carpet!  Now you have an idea of what to expect this year from The Chronicle Community Service Awards 2019 Celebration. 

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Dixie Classic Fair gets a new name?

  Dixie Classic Fair gets a new name?

Dixie Classic Fair gets a new name?

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NAACP’s Young Adult Committee holds town hall with Councilman Taylor

  NAACP’s Young Adult Committee holds town hall with Councilman Taylor

Last week the Young Adult Committee (YAC) of the Winston-Salem NAACP invited Councilman James Taylor to participate in a town hall meeting to discuss some of the concerns from people throughout the community.

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