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New playground coming to East Winston neighborhood

    New playground coming to East Winston neighborhood

Playground Build Day set for Sept. 24 at 14th Street Recreation Center BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE  The kids in East Winston will soon have a brand new playground to

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More than 50 people lined the sidewalks of Ashley to inspire

    More than 50 people lined the sidewalks of Ashley to inspire

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  While Monday, Aug. 29 marked the start of a new school year for thousands of students in the local district, not

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Winston-Salem helps WFU alumnus celebrate reading

    Winston-Salem helps WFU alumnus celebrate reading

Photo by Donna Rogers BY DONNA ROGERS  THE CHRONICLE “A lot of times, this part of the city is bypassed,” Andrew Snorton said in East Winston in explaining why he

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Letters to the Editor: Library donations and 2016 election

    Letters to the Editor: Library donations and 2016 election

Donate to help students learn and enjoy library in East Winston  To the Editor: We are writing this letter on behalf of the Friends of the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Heritage

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Carver High alum to host football clinic for youth

    Carver High alum to host football clinic for youth

Submitted photo BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE Former Carver High School Football standout Chris Hairston will host his first football

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Former drivers recount experiences at historic Safe Bus Co. of Winston-Salem

    Former drivers recount experiences at historic Safe Bus Co. of Winston-Salem

Photos by Todd Luck Tina Carson-Wilkins makes a presentation on Safe Bus history. BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The history

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Looking back at East Winston

    Looking back at East Winston

A mural featuring East Ward land-marks and notable residents was unveiled Nov. 11, 2015. The mural, located on the side of

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Juneteenth festival-goers mark black freedom amid mourning for slain church members

    Juneteenth festival-goers mark black freedom amid mourning for slain church members

In photo above: Fifth Street was lined with vendors for Juneteenth in Winston-Salem on Saturday, June 20. (Photo by Todd Luck)

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Safety, mobility concerns arise at meeting about new bus routes

    Safety, mobility concerns arise at meeting about new bus routes

In photo above Tina Carson-Wilkins, WSTA marketing director, speaks during a presentation of bus route changes.(Photo by Todd Luck) Proposed

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Residents defend master plan, demand economic development at public hearing

    Residents defend  master plan, demand economic development at public hearing

(Above: Derwin Montgomery) At the May 4 Winston-Salem City Council, meeting many residents spoke against the rezoning of 939 Cleveland

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