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Rev. Rivers says goodbye

    Rev. Rivers says goodbye

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE The Rev. Prince Rainey Rivers was ordained at Union Baptist Church in Durham under Rev. Dr. Kenneth Hammond. Twenty-three years later,

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Democratic leader Hall to head N.C. military affairs department

    Democratic leader Hall to head N.C. military affairs department

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE Just three weeks into his new administration, and there seems to be little question about Gov. Roy Cooper’s commitment to diversity in his Cabinet,

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Editorial: ‘Selma’ not just a film

    Editorial: ‘Selma’ not just a film

The movie “Selma,” released nationwide on Friday, Jan. 9, depicts events leading up to the celebrated civil rights march from Selma, Ala. to Montgomery, the state’s capital, in 1965. Those

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Carver alumnus named state’s top assistant principal

    Carver alumnus named  state’s top assistant principal

(Above: Photo by Kenneth Branson, Mastermind Productions Jason Jowers is presented with the award by Shirley Arlington of the North Carolina Principals/Assistant Principals Association and Hillside Principal William Logan.) A

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Six to receive N.C. Awards

    Six to receive N.C. Awards

(pictured above:  Poet and author Lenard D. Moore.) Gov. McCrory will present the latest round of North Carolina Awards on

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NASCAR internship opens new doors for Carty

    NASCAR internship opens new doors for Carty

(pictured above:  Gregory Carty (second from left) and the other interns pose with driver Darrell Wallace Jr. (second row, center) a

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Cops serve lunch to folks in need

    Cops serve lunch to folks in need

(pictured above:  Kevin Walker Young helpers Kyan and Symiyah pose with (from left) Sgt. Tim James, Officer Latrina Leak, Capt. Natoshia James,

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Group: Hospitals should pay more

    Group: Hospitals should pay more

Meshon Payton, a fast food eatery employee, traveled from Durham to Winston-Salem Tuesday to march with a small group of

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Colorful Catharsis

    Colorful Catharsis

Artwork of young patients featured in SECCA exhibit (pictured above: Westley McCormick by his artwork.) An exhibit of artwork created by Brenner

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Editorial: Injustices and Planning, respectively

    Editorial: Injustices and Planning, respectively

Injustices Continue If North Carolina is not careful, it could garner the dubious reputation as a place where expediency trumps

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