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From protests to milestones, 2015 proved to be dynamic

    From protests to milestones, 2015 proved to be dynamic

By Donna Rogers The Chronicle 2015 began with a question for Winston-Salem: Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Chronicle Publisher Ernie Pitt asked that question at the Martin Luther King Jr.

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Beasley to address local Democrats

    Beasley to address local Democrats

(pictured above:  Justice Cheri Beasley is seeking another term.) N.C. Supreme Court Justice Cheri Beasley will discuss “The Importance of Voter Participation in Electing Judges in North Carolina” when she addresses

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Critics decry proposed child care cuts

    Critics decry proposed child care cuts

(pictured above:  Rep. Garland Pierce speaks out about the proposed Senate budget cuts.) Parents who currently receive a state subsidy to pay for child care, may be left to foot the

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Ministers hear from WS/FCS Super

    Ministers hear from WS/FCS Super

(pictured above: Dr. Bev. Emory speaks.) When Dr. Bev Emory took her position as superintendent of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools last year, the Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity was one of

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W-S has new asst. city manager

    W-S has new asst. city manager

City Manager Lee Garrity has promoted Budget and Evaluation Director Ben Rowe to assistant city manager. Rowe will oversee Budget

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Editoral: Kanye and Palin

    Editoral: Kanye and Palin

At the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition’s fall fundraiser in Des Moines last weekend, former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin

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For Seniors Only: Senior Spotlight

    For Seniors Only: Senior Spotlight

Candice Price When and where were you born? October 29, 1952 – Candace Ann Price born in Potsdam New York.

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‘White African’ discusses fight against Mugabe

    ‘White African’ discusses fight against Mugabe

A British-born white Zimbabwean who is waging a human rights and legal battle against one of Africa’s longest-serving leaders told

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Fast food proximity harmful to minority kids, says study

    Fast food proximity harmful to minority kids, says study

When their schools are near fast-food restaurants, black and Hispanic adolescents are more likely to be overweight and receive less

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Carver salutes stellar Class of ’13

    Carver salutes stellar Class of ’13

Carver High School held Senior Awards Day on May 24. The Class of 2013 will attend colleges and universities far

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