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Hopkins leaving a legacy of service at Wake Forest

    Hopkins leaving a legacy of service at Wake Forest

Hopkins BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Beth Hopkins said that after graduating from Wake Forest University in 1973 with Cum Laude honors, she planned to attend WFU law school, but

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Making the city a better place

    Making the city a better place

Photo by Erin Mizelle Dr. Ronny Bell, co-director of the Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, is seen in a contemplative mood during The

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Youth Grantmakers in Action announces grant recipients

    Youth Grantmakers in Action announces grant recipients

Submitted photo  Youth Grantmakers in Action officials are shown with 2015 grant recipients. SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Youth Grantmakers in Action (YGA) has announced four grants totaling $1,900 to projects

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The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem is now requesting grant proposals

    The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem is now requesting grant proposals

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem, a growing community of female philanthropists who seek to improve the lives of women and girls in Forsyth County, has released

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Commissioners ask lawmakers to consider airport de-annexation

  Commissioners ask lawmakers to consider airport de-annexation

Rep. Donny Lambeth Pre-school funding is also discussed BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Forsyth County commissioners asked state law-makers to

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Local ministers group responds to release of body camera footage

  Local ministers group responds to release of body camera footage

Bishop Todd Fulton BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Earlier this week, The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) held

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Forsyth might get re-canvas of March vote

  Forsyth might get re-canvas of March vote

Democracy North Carolina leaders and volunteers met with Forsyth Board of Elections Director to discuss issues with the March 15 primary.

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WSSU, community frankly talk about education reform

  WSSU, community frankly talk about education reform

Photo by Tevin Stinson  Flemming El-Amin, with the microphone, a member of the Forsyth County Board of Elections, discusses the

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10 digit-dialing: You ready?

  10 digit-dialing: You ready?

Chronicle graphic by Ron Rogers BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  This Saturday, dialing only seven digits to call friends or

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City Council passes anti-HB 2 resolution

  City Council passes anti-HB 2 resolution

Photo by Todd Luck Char Van Schenck , Richard Cabán Cubero and Christina Novaton raise their hands in support of

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