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Joines answers tough questions on 2018 bond proposal

    Joines answers tough questions on 2018 bond proposal

Members of the East/Northeast Neighborhood Association and more than a dozen other community advocates sat down with Mayor Allen Joines last week to voice their concerns with the 2018 Bond Proposal. 

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Local tournament highlights regional basketball talent

    Local tournament highlights regional basketball talent

Tournaments are one of the best ways to get noticed by coaches along with being a great measuring tool to see how you or your team stacks up against talent

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What would be in a 2018 bond?

    What would be in a 2018 bond?

More two-way streets downtown? A second phase for Quarry Park? Millions for workforce housing? Those are just some of the possibilities for a potential 2018 bond. The Winston-Salem City Council

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School officials, students, alumni break ground on Paisley/Lowrance

    School officials, students, alumni break ground on Paisley/Lowrance

Local school officials, community leaders, current, and former students came together to break ground on the new John W. Paisley IB Magnet School and Annie L. Lowrance Middle School earlier

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Marshall: Minorities need fairness

    Marshall: Minorities need fairness

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE As Forsyth County moved forward on its first allocation of voter-approved bond funds, Commissioner Walter

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Construction of new Lowrance school, other bond projects to start in 2017

    Construction of new Lowrance school, other bond projects to start in 2017

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE County bonds projects will begin next year with the construction of a new Lowrance Middle

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Why everyone should vote AGAINST the bond

    Why everyone should vote AGAINST the bond

Nicole Revels Guest Columnist  On the March 15 primary election ballot, NC residents will be asked to vote for or

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School system holds meetings on bonds 

    School system holds meetings on bonds 

Above: Superintendent Beverly Emory speaks. Some leaders are asking for a new East Winston middle school By Todd Luck The Chronicle

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Commentary: Power of ‘Yes’

    Commentary: Power of ‘Yes’

By Dr. Gary Green, Elwood Robinson and Lindsay Bierman Guest Columnists On March 15, North Carolina residents will go to

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Victim remembered

    Victim remembered

(pictured above: Flowers and candles sit near the spot where Jerome France died last month after he was intentionally hit by

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