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Honor for First Family of Tennis

    Honor for First Family of Tennis

Before Venus and Serena, there were the Archies, and here in the Twin City, the family was legendary. The late Charles and Ella Ruth’s nine-member brood were known for their

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Name Game

    Name Game

Some worry that venues would lose legacies if sold City residents are voicing questions and concerns about the potential sale of Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum to Wake Forest University

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Save the Joel name

    Save the Joel name

The city’s move to unload the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum and Bowman Gray Stadium makes good financial sense. The venues aren’t cash cows, and long gone are the days

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Jeremiah Wright looks to inspire gala-goers

    Jeremiah Wright looks to inspire gala-goers

Rev. Jeremiah Wright is expected to preach on the importance of faith and good deeds Saturday at The Chronicle’s 28th Annual Community Service Awards Gala at the Benton Convention Center.

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‘What Have You Done for Me Lately?’

    ‘What Have You Done for Me Lately?’

Those of you who are still election weary from last year may not be pleased that another round of contests

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Push ongoing for Sunday WSTA service

    Push ongoing for Sunday WSTA service

Mayor Allen Joines says that he is still in talks with Forsyth Medical Center and Wake Forest Baptist Health about

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Letters to the Editor:

    Letters to the Editor:

Council called to do justice in Marker case To the Editor: On Oct. 22, 2007, The Winston-Salem City Council established

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Dalton Asks Locals to Help Him to Become Governor

    Dalton Asks Locals to Help Him to Become Governor

Lt.  Gov. Walter Dalton rallied local supporters last week during a visit to Forsyth County Democratic Headquarters. The Democratic nominee

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To build or not to build?

    To build or not to build?

The proposed football stadium for R.J. Reynolds High School adjacent to Hanes Park has sparked a debate that seemingly has

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Legacy of “Katie B” Saluted

    Legacy of “Katie B” Saluted

A once trusted medical facility that provided care for generations of African Americans in East Winston has received long overdue

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