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Commentary: Speak out to protect your health

    Commentary: Speak out to protect your health

Robin Kelly Guest Columnist For six years, Republicans have repeated the same phrase in every conversation about healthcare: “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Now that Republicans control

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Carter holds second Living Wax Museum

    Carter holds second Living Wax Museum

BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE People have come to celebrate Black History Month in new and unique ways. The students of Carter High School highlighted the month by holding a

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City celebrates Black History Month with a ‘Showcase of Song’

    City celebrates Black History Month with a ‘Showcase of Song’

Photo by Ashlea Jones BY ASHLEA JONES  FOR THE CHRONICLE A showcase featured recitals and enactments of African culture and modern day African-American hymnals and spirituals on Saturday, Feb. 25,

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Library celebrates African American Read-In Day

    Library celebrates African American Read-In Day

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle African-American history came to life through storytelling, song, and poetry earlier this week at the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Library as it celebrated National African-American Read-In

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Editorial Cartoon: Where is Omarosa?

    Editorial Cartoon: Where is Omarosa?

Cartoon by Ron Rogers

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New HP commander seeks to build stronger ties

    New HP commander seeks to build stronger ties

McNeill has links to W-S area BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE If you personally knew the N.C. Highway Patrol’s

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Re-imaging the brown paper bag

    Re-imaging the brown paper bag

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Local photographer Owens Daniels is looking to change the rhetoric associated

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N.C. Senate wants to grill Cooper’s diverse Cabinet picks

    N.C. Senate wants to grill Cooper’s diverse Cabinet picks

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE Democrat Gov. Roy Cooper has made good on his promise to appoint a diverse

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Black women in N.C., U.S. are dying disproportionately of cervical cancer

    Black women in N.C., U.S. are dying disproportionately of cervical cancer

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE According to a new study published this week, African-American women are dying of cervical

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Commentary: Inman’s letter to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

    Commentary: Inman’s letter to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Imam Griggs Guest Columnist Salaam Dr. King: It’s been almost 50 years since your fateful appointment with destiny on the balcony

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