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Jobs program pushes to fill roster

    Jobs program pushes to  fill roster

YouthBuild, a new City of Winston-Salem program, is giving high school drop-outs a chance to earn their GEDs while learning the lucrative construction trade. YouthBuild is targeting drop-outs ages 16

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They Care!

    They Care!

Residents recognized for improving their communities Project We Care recognized 140 local residents who donate their time and efforts to better the community during its annual volunteer recognition ceremony at

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Student Sanctuary Officially Opens

    Student Sanctuary Officially Opens

On Friday, Sept. 6, the first of two days of celebratory events held to officially open the Winston-Salem State University Donald Julian Reaves Student Activities Center, a contingent of local

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City to pay realtors to tout underdeveloped areas

    City to pay realtors to tout underdeveloped areas

Special to The Chronicle The City of Winston-Salem has created a new program to promote commercial development on a number of major commercial corridors across the city. The program, the

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Family Affair

    Family Affair

Roundup brings Bostonians back home Despite a persistent rain, hundreds flocked to Drayton Pines Park Saturday for the 20th Annual

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Business contest winner proposes roving art store

    Business contest winner proposes roving art store

Elizabeth Coyne had long thought that someone should start an art supply store in Winston-Salem that offers merchandise beyond the

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Editorial: Credit is Due

    Editorial: Credit is Due

Kudos to the Winston-Salem Police Department, the City of Winston-Salem and the National Black Theatre Festival for expertly handling the

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UL and partners to aid small businesses

    UL and partners to aid small businesses

The Winston-Salem Urban League is partnering with the City of Winston-Salem and Wake Forest University to offer small businesses the

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Much loved music teacher strives to inspire students

    Much loved music teacher strives to inspire students

Quincy Lundy had the good fortune to have music teachers who supported and encouraged him in middle and high school,

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New garden to offer many community-friendly benefits

    New garden to offer many community-friendly benefits

Latch Key, Inc. broke ground Friday on its East Winston Community Garden on Bramble Brook Lane, near Alpha And Omega

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