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Police train to look for autism

    Police train to look for autism

(Above: Photo by Chanel Davis– Dennis Debbaudt, author,  led the session and presented materials and information designed to help first responders solidify their policies and procedures when dealing with someone who

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No doubt about it: It’s winter

    No doubt about it: It’s winter

On Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 16, not only did the holiday keep people away from downtown Winston-Salem, but the snowy weather did, too. Forecasters are predicting more cold to come

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Chronicle names Rogers as new editor

    Chronicle names Rogers as new editor

Readers will notice a change in The Chronicle from here on in the form of its new editor. Donna Rogers has been appointed to the position of editor. She’s excited

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NAACP ready to march on Raleigh

    NAACP ready to march on Raleigh

Members of the Winston-Salem Branch of the NAACP are preparing to get on the bus to participate in the ninth annual Historic Thousands on Jones Street (HKOJ) People’s Assembly in

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Local schools honor the life of the late Stuart Scott  

  Local schools honor the life of the late Stuart Scott  

(Photo by Charles E. Leftwich, Jr. Above: On an electric evening in front of a capacity crowd, Stephen Scott and

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Community continues discussion on race disparities

  Community continues discussion on race disparities

  The Institute for Dismantling Racism (IDR) wants to have candid and authentic conversations about race and racial inequalities. That

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Agency in need of funds for summer program

  Agency in need of funds for summer program

A local agency dedicated to providing educational alternatives for teenagers who don’t have a place to go after school is

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Lowe Succeeds Parmon

  Lowe Succeeds Parmon

Photos by Todd Luck. Above:  Earline Parmon and Paul Lowe at Forsyth DNC Headquarters. Local pastor is now a state senator

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Schools work to assess their own progress

  Schools work to assess their own progress

Both private and public schools are preparing to explain to parents the strides they’ve taken to improve student performance as

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Go Red For Women campaign targets heart disease

  Go Red For Women campaign targets heart disease

 Above: The crowd at the 2014 Go Red breakfast gathering. The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement encourages everyone to

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