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Residents meet again on Waughtown, MLK Neighborhood plan to prioritize

    Residents meet again on Waughtown, MLK Neighborhood plan to prioritize

In photo above: Over 100 members of the community gather to talk about “Waughtown & MLK: Our Neighborhood Plan.” (Submitted photo) Special to The Chronicle “Waughtown & MLK: Our Neighborhood

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‘What Would You Do?’ reporter to speak at DCCC

    ‘What Would You Do?’  reporter to speak at DCCC

Emmy award-winner and ABC News journalist John Quiñones will discuss the power of education when he visits Davidson County Community College on Nov. 11 as part of the college’s Distinguished

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‘Separate but Equal’ Winston-Salem recalled

    ‘Separate but Equal’  Winston-Salem recalled

(pictured above: Dr. English Bradshaw speaks during the recent discussion as Linda Dark sits by his side.) Though it is largely viewed as an era of separate and unequal treatment, some

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Better Than Fiction

    Better Than Fiction

Bestselling author shares his story of success On the eve of the ninth annual Bookmarks Festival of Books and Authors (where he was slated to be among the featured attractions),

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Locals in historic Campbell Medical class

    Locals in historic Campbell Medical class

Chronicle Staff Report Buies Creek-based Campbell University has opened the state’s first new medical school in 35 years. The Campbell

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