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Remembering Maya Angelou

    Remembering Maya Angelou

Dr. Maya Angelou was born April 4, 1928, She would have been 90 years old this year, but she died Wednesday, May 28, 2014, at her home in Winston-Salem.

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Leaders vow transparency in fatal police shooting

    Leaders vow transparency in fatal police shooting

The community and the family of a black man fatally wounded by a Winston-Salem police officer wait for answers. Those who know Edward Van McCrae describe him as a loving

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Joines answers tough questions on 2018 bond proposal

    Joines answers tough questions on 2018 bond proposal

Members of the East/Northeast Neighborhood Association and more than a dozen other community advocates sat down with Mayor Allen Joines last week to voice their concerns with the 2018 Bond Proposal. 

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Local Liberian organization prepares for what’s next

    Local Liberian organization prepares for what’s next

Trump ends DED status Last week President Donald Trump announced plans to end Deferred Enforced Departure (DED) and Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Liberian immigrants, forcing people who have lived

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Crisis Control Ministry to host annual ‘Hope du Jour’ fundraiser on May 1

  Crisis Control Ministry to host annual ‘Hope du Jour’ fundraiser on May 1

On Tuesday, May 1, Crisis Control Ministry will host its 28th annual “Hope du Jour” fundraiser, benefiting its programs and

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Foundation hosts annual community luncheon on May 2

  Foundation hosts annual community luncheon on May 2

Special to The Chronicle Dr. Gregory Ellison II of Atlanta-based Fearless Dialogues will be the keynote speaker at The Winston-Salem

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Leaders honor parents at banquet

  Leaders honor parents at banquet

27 receive awards at 33rd Annual Community Service Awards Banquet.

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Students, teachers send message during local March for Our Lives

  Students, teachers send message during local March for Our Lives

Despite rain, sleet, and snow, more than 1,000 people gathered downtown last Saturday to stand in solidarity with the students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.

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Chronicle Community Service Awards winners vary in service to community

  Chronicle Community Service Awards winners vary in service to community

Here are synopses of the individuals, businesses and groups honored at The Chronicle’s 33rd Annual Community Service Awards Banquet held at The Benton on Saturday, March 24.

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Police seek help in Brannon cold case

  Police seek help in Brannon cold case

Last week, the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) released a video asking the community to help bring those responsible for the

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