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Unions of the Garden Variety

    Unions of the Garden Variety

Mentoring program aims to spread county’s green revolution  The Forsyth Cooperative Extension is looking for local residents with green thumbs to help ensure the success of the area’s thriving community

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Remembering Hardesty

    Remembering Hardesty

On Jan. 9, 2013 hundreds of people gathered at Goler Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church to celebrate the home going of Mr. Charles L. Hardesty. Charles left us on Jan. 5,

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Teacher’s assistant keeps students on their toes with dance group

    Teacher’s assistant keeps students on their toes with dance group

Two afternoons a week, Daryl Gordon heads to the gym at Hall-Woodward Elementary once all the buses are on their way. Some days, as many as 80 students head that

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Not Quittin’ on The Dream

    Not Quittin’ on The Dream

Hope, the pillar on which Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. built many a sermon, was a recurring theme Monday morning at the prayer breakfast The Chronicle has held each MLK

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Kimberley using program to help students deal with anger, other emotions

    Kimberley using program to help  students deal with anger, other emotions

Kimberley Park Elementary is among the local schools using Karen Cuthrell’s “The Feeling Friends” program to teach students how to

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An International Effort

    An International Effort

Parkland students helping kids in Ghana Children in the tiny village of Nsumesama, Ghana will soon be heading to school

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Pan-Hellenic Council busy giving back during holiday season

    Pan-Hellenic Council busy giving back during holiday season

The National Pan-Hellenic Council of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County came together, in conjunction with the Sickle Cell Foundation, to assemble Thanksgiving baskets

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Senegalese Shindig

    Senegalese Shindig

WSSA marks its second anniversary  The Winston-Salem Senegalese Association (WSSA) celebrated its second anniversary Sunday at the Sprague Street Community

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Kennedy prepares for even greater academic expansion

    Kennedy prepares for even greater academic expansion

Last year, Demetrius Hill chose to go to John F. Kennedy High School because he thought the magnet high school

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Carver seniors march to the polls to vote for first time

    Carver seniors march to the polls to vote for first time

The Carver High School Marching Band, under the direction of Juan Eckard, provided the rhythm as more than 100 seniors

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