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Weekend Zumbathon to support Hispanic League

    Weekend Zumbathon to support Hispanic League

The Hispanic League wants you to break a sweat for a good cause. The nonprofit advocacy organization will host a Zumbathon on Saturday (March 7) from 7 – 9:30 p.m.

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Emmons at WFU TEDx talk

    Emmons at WFU TEDx talk

Robin Emmons, a Huntersville fresh food advocate, will be among the speakers at a Feb. 22 TEDx event at Wake Forest University. Emmons and eight other thought leaders will deliver

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New principal sees great possibilities at Parkland

    New principal sees great possibilities at Parkland

(pictured above: Spencer Hardy takes over at Parkland on March 3.) After nearly 38 years in public education, Dr. Tim Lee, the longtime principal of Parkland IB Magnet High School, is

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WSSU’s wallet-friendly online program garners national attention

    WSSU’s wallet-friendly online  program garners national attention

Winston-Salem State University’s online nursing degree has been ranked among the most affordable in the nation by OnlineU.org, a new

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Former legislator running for governor

    Former legislator running for governor

Ken Spaulding, a former state legislator and Durham attorney, has already announced his intention to run for governor in 2016.

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Rahman wraps up Russian tour

    Rahman wraps up Russian tour

After more than three decades of performing, Abdullah Rahman has recently completed his first overseas gig. The percussionist, a New

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Modern-day Jim Crow?

    Modern-day Jim Crow?

(pictured above: Keith Howard speaks as fellow panelists (from left) Rodney Stilwell, Wrenwyck Williams and Greg Davis listen.) Panel leads candid

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Thank You, Chronicle To the Editor: As we reflect back on 2013 and resolve to do better in 2014, it’s

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Magnet programs to use upcoming fair to shine

    Magnet programs to use upcoming fair to shine

(pictured above: Angela Neal works with students at Mineral Springs Middle School.) In her three years as principal of Mineral Springs

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