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Group brings Liberian valedictorian to study in W-S

    Group brings Liberian valedictorian to study in W-S

The Liberian Organization of the Piedmont (LOP) gave Lexanndine Taylor, who graduated top of her class at the University of Liberia, a chance to study at Wake Forest University (WFU)

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Will Republicans continue to delay redrawing voting maps?

    Will Republicans continue to delay redrawing voting maps?

When the U.S. Supreme Court last week failed to affirm a lower court’s order that the Republican-led N.C. General Assembly immediately redraw its 2011 redistricting map and hold special elections

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Former LHA director speaks to The Chronicle

    Former LHA director speaks to The Chronicle

Terrance Gerald of Kernersville dropped from lawsuit BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE On Tuesday of this week, Terrance Gerald’s name was repeatedly being uttered in a Davidson County courtroom

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School grant writing team recognized

    School grant writing team recognized

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  Earlier this week the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School Board recognized the group of individuals who helped three local school receive federal School Improvement Grant (SIG).

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90-year-old woman walking 140,000 miles for national Juneteenth

  90-year-old woman walking 140,000 miles for national Juneteenth

Opal Lee hoping to make it a national holiday BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  Ninety-year-old Opal Lee is on a

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Editorial Cartoon: Fly Over

  Editorial Cartoon: Fly Over
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