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Our votes do count and do make a big difference for the betterment of Black America

    Our votes do count and do make a big difference for the betterment of  Black America

Benjamin Chavis As we enter the 2016 political campaign season with numerous candidates for president of the United States in the Republican and Democratic parties, it appears once again that

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9/11 commemorated locally with JROTC public safety challenge

    9/11 commemorated locally with  JROTC public safety challenge

Local officials stand for a moment of silence at the 9/11 commemoration: (L-R) Emergency Services Director Dan Ozimek, Mayor Pro Tempore Vivian Burke, Mayor Allen Joines, County Commissioner David Plyler, 

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Police Department awards officers for life-saving actions

    Police Department awards officers for life-saving actions

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle On Friday, Sept. 11, the Winston-Salem Police Department held the Above and Beyond Awards Ceremony for the first quarter of the year. According to the

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Joines to run for re-election and take on poverty

    Joines to run for re-election and take on poverty

Above Photo: Mayor Allen Joines BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Mayor Allen Joines announced Wednesday, Sept. 9, that he’s seeking a fifth term as Winston-Salem’s mayor and is pledging to

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Police Chief Barry Rountree reflects on 9/11

  Police Chief Barry Rountree reflects on 9/11

Above photo: Chief Police Barry Roundtree By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle On Tuesday, Sept. 8, Barry Rountree, chief of the

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United Way is targeting Carver School Road area with millions in grants

  United Way is targeting Carver School Road area with millions in grants

By Todd Luck The Chronicle United Way of Forsyth County and Neighbors for Better Neighborhood (NBN) are working with local

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City looking at options after Liberty Street Market closes

  City looking at options after Liberty Street  Market closes

The Liberty Street Market consists of two shelters on Liberty Street. This shot shows the structures before a fence was

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Black doctor from Duke tells of bias during career

  Black doctor from Duke tells of bias during career

Dr. Damon Tweedy set to speak during Bookmarks Festival of Books By Tevin Stinson, The Chronicle For the past 10 years,

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Remembering Robert Eller: The Chronicle’s first sports editor passes away at 64

  Remembering Robert Eller: The Chronicle’s first sports  editor passes away at 64

The community is remembering the life of the late Robert Eller, known for his sports reporting and work at local

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Hindus respond to shooting of local temple sign

  Hindus respond to shooting of local temple sign

Above: Photos by Todd Luck- Wake Forest University theology professor Michelle Voss Roberts (center) speaks as the other panelists look on.

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