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Bill calls for oversight in citizen review boards and diversity training for law enforcement

    Bill calls for oversight in citizen review boards and diversity training for law enforcement

North Carolina House legislators have united to present state representatives with a bill that is designed to help end racial profiling throughout the state. House Bill 193 was filed on

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Diverse panel of clergy discuss intolerance and religious extremism

    Diverse panel of clergy discuss intolerance and religious extremism

(Above:  Carl Lut Williams speaks.) A diverse panel of faith leaders discussed religious extremism Monday night, March 30, at the Stuart Building in . “I Have a Question About … Religious

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First Amendment videotaped audit of police leads to investigation

    First Amendment videotaped audit of police leads to investigation

The Winston-Salem Police Department’s Professional Standards Division has been busy investigating an officer’s behavior that was videotaped in February and released, last week, during Sunshine Week, a movement that promotes

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Robinson: ‘Nonsense’ won’t deter WSSU

    Robinson: ‘Nonsense’ won’t deter WSSU

Chancellor speaks at The Chronicle’s 30th banquet honoring servants in the community Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) has a lot of good things going on, and will continue to thrive despite

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Coleman gears up for new campaign

  Coleman gears up for new campaign

North Carolina residents may have a sense of deja-vu next November when it’s time to go to the polls. Democrat

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‘Blessed’: First veteran moves into Homes 4 Our Heroes

  ‘Blessed’: First veteran moves into Homes 4 Our Heroes

(Above: Photo by Erin Mizelle- for the Winston-Salem Chronicle Solomon V. Gore hugs Pastor Barry Washington as Gerald Green &

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Chronicle Gives Service Awards to Community Leaders

  Chronicle Gives Service Awards to Community Leaders
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To record law enforcement or not: Is it wrong?

  To record law enforcement or not: Is it wrong?

In these days, in which everything is digital, it should be no surprise that a person’s first instinct when witnessing

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Commissioners renew commitment to prayer before meetings

  Commissioners renew commitment to prayer before meetings

Forsyth County Board of Commissioners is moving to resume prayer before its board meetings. The Board voted to adopt an

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Judge Burke assumes new position

  Judge Burke assumes new position

(Above: Photo by Erin Mizelle- The Honorable Logan Todd Burke) The Honorable Logan Todd Burke has a new position downtown.

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