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Common tells WSSU graduates: ‘Depart to serve’

    Common tells WSSU graduates: ‘Depart to serve’

In photo above: Kenny Brown, WSSU student government vice president of external affairs, graduates from Winston-Salem State University on Friday, May 15 at Bowman Gray Stadium with a bachelor’s degree

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Local chef shows how $20 goes a long way

    Local chef shows how $20 goes a long way

(Above: Photos by Erin Mizelle for the Winston-Salem Chronicle- Award winning Chef Nikki Miller-Ka shows how to prepare a meal for just $20 using ingredients she buys that day at

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Patterson won’t run for NAACP president

    Patterson  won’t run  for NAACP president

The Winston-Salem Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People NAACP) will have to shorten its ballot for the May 26 vote. Current president and local attorney

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Residents defend master plan, demand economic development at public hearing

    Residents defend  master plan, demand economic development at public hearing

(Above: Derwin Montgomery) At the May 4 Winston-Salem City Council, meeting many residents spoke against the rezoning of 939 Cleveland Ave., which The Salvation Army wants to turn into its

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City sets recruitment fair to help organize neighborhood groups

  City sets recruitment fair to help organize neighborhood groups

Neighborhood groups have been meeting all over Winston-Salem this year, trying to organize residents to help improve their neighborhoods. Neighbors

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Mists and crowds greet opening of ARTivity on the Green

  Mists and crowds greet opening of ARTivity on the Green

(Above: Photos by Erin Mizelle for the Winston-Salem Chronicle.- Kwesi Pitt, 4, takes a break from a day full of

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Rezoning issue moves residents Salvation Army gets Council vote delay 

  Rezoning issue moves residents Salvation Army gets Council vote delay 

(Above: Photo by Erin Mizelle for the Winston-Salem Chronicle- The City Council meeting on Monday, May 4, in downtown Winston-Salem

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Forsyth County could gain domestic violence pilot program 

  Forsyth County could gain domestic violence pilot program 

(Above: Rep. Ed Hanes) A new program designed to combat domestic violence and give victims peace of mind could be

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City to expand original testing boundary near toxic schools

  City to expand original testing boundary near toxic schools

Residents in the Hanes-Lowrance community received a letter last week informing them that the City of Winston-Salem will be expanding

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Workers in 1940s R.J.R. labor strikes to gain honor Friday 

  Workers in 1940s R.J.R. labor strikes to gain honor Friday 

On May 8, the Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission will unveil a historic marker remembering the R.J.R. labor strikes in

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