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Veteran golf coach’s joy is watching his players grow, mature

    Veteran golf coach’s joy is watching his players grow, mature

In photo above: Lewis Green      Lewis Green is a veteran golf coach who used to have zilch interest in the sport. He didn’t start playing until the age

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Winston-Salem area research project targeting segregated elementary schools of past

    Winston-Salem area research project targeting segregated elementary schools of past

In photo above: Oak Grove School off Bethabara Road is the only surviving structure in the county of the one-room school. (Submitted photo) Special to the Chronicle An extensive and

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Commentary: Americans spent more on eating out than on eating in: Is that good?

    Commentary: Americans spent more on eating out than on eating in: Is that good?

By Dr. Mike Walden A milestone was set in January of this year. No, it wasn’t in sports, entertainment or politics – although there may have been some records established

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All pools run by the city of Winston-Salem are open for the summer

    All pools run by the city of Winston-Salem are open for the summer

Special to The Chronicle City of Winston-Salem operated pools are now open for the summer, which officially starts on Sunday, June 21. Patrons entering the pool must wear appropriate swimwear

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Hospice of Davidson County Provides Support for End-of-Life Journey

    Hospice of Davidson County Provides Support for End-of-Life Journey

By Judie Holcomb-Pack One of the most difficult conversations we will ever have with a loved one is about their

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Engaged & Productive!

    Engaged & Productive!

By Susan Meny, Shepherd’s Center Recently I had the pleasure of visiting Carter House at Bermuda Village. This is their

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Commentary: Ferguson is still everywhere if you’re Black

    Commentary: Ferguson is still everywhere if you’re Black

By Rika Tyler and T-Dubb-O It’s been 250 days since our fallen brethren Michael Brown Jr. was fatally shot in

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Parkland High’s Mandela Society takes on racial issues

    Parkland High’s Mandela Society takes on racial issues

In photo above: Members of the Mandela Society pose at Parkland Magnet School: (L-R) Stevie Dupree-Parker, Shawn Brim, Advisor Tripp

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Amari Renee’ Adams wins Little Miss America pageant

    Amari Renee’ Adams wins Little Miss America pageant

In photo above: (L-R) Indigo Beloved Wilson-Parker is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Cornelius and Mason Parker; Tyra

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First Fairground Fridays of 2015 draws almost 900 for summer fun in Winston-Salem

    First Fairground Fridays of 2015 draws almost 900 for summer fun in Winston-Salem

This first of this summer’s Fairground Fridays drew a large crowd of teens to the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds on Friday, June

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