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Her walk speaks louder than words

    Her walk speaks louder than words

You will truly be blessed and enjoy the rest of my very intimate interview with Hazel Mack on our YouTube channel @ Winstonsalem Chronicle.

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Community to honor late well-regarded artist Huff

    Community to honor late well-regarded artist Huff

James Huff was an artist of the highest order, a true creative genius. He and his wife, Earnestine Rainey Huff, established Huff Art Studio at 2846 Patterson Ave. in 1972.

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Tony Burton is running for county commissioner

    Tony Burton is running for county commissioner

During a small gathering at Ma’ati Spa, Tony Burton announced his official candidacy for Forsyth County Commissioner of District A.

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City, N.C. honors Virginia Newell

    City, N.C. honors Virginia Newell

Former East Ward City Council Member Dr. Virginia Newell celebrated her 100th birthday with some prestigious presents like the Order of the Long Leaf Pine and the Key to the

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WSSU students sleep out for homelessness awareness

  WSSU  students sleep out for homelessness awareness

Winston-Salem State University students continued  their tradition of spending the night outside in honor of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.

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Co-op grocery store recruiting

  Co-op grocery store recruiting

SHARE Cooperative of Winston-Salem is recruiting members to help open its Harvest Market grocery store in the Peter’s Creek area.

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Veterans symposium focuses on mental health

  Veterans symposium focuses on mental health

The Winston-Salem Urban League held a Veterans Services Symposium with an emphasis on mental health on Friday, Nov. 10.

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A night you won’t forget

  A night you won’t forget

Busta’s Person of the Week, Garrett Davis, serves as a consultant for the Wake Forest University African-American Research Center on Alzheimer’s.

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Locals show appreciation during Veterans Day

  Locals show appreciation during Veterans Day

Despite blistering winds, temperatures in the mid 40s, and the lingering threat of rain, hundreds of residents lined the streets of downtown last Saturday to give thanks to the men and women who defend this country

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Spreading love in the community

  Spreading love in the community

Assistant treasurer of the Paisley High School National Alumni Association Carolyn Hampton, talks about some of the fantastic work the organization does in the communities.

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