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Forsyth County Board of Elections tackles voting law changes

    Forsyth County Board of Elections tackles voting law changes

In photo above: Forsyth County Board of Elections Director Steve Hines (Photo by Todd Luck) Voter ID requirements and pre-registration elimination among topics discussed Concerns about voter IDs, the end

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Speaker at Salem College urges graduates to dream big

    Speaker at Salem College urges graduates to dream big

In photo above: Dr. Freda C. Lewis-Hall was the keynote speaker at Salem College’s graduation on Saturday, May 23. (Photo by Tammy Hardin) By Carly Williams For The Chronicle Saturday

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Third try at Winston-Salem NAACP elections goes over without issues

    Third try at Winston-Salem NAACP elections goes over without issues

In photo above: During the elections on May 26, state NAACP board members, who conducted the elections, only allowed members who were eligible to vote in the original elections inside

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N.C. NAACP begins mobilizing for action in Winston-Salem

    N.C. NAACP begins mobilizing for action in Winston-Salem

In photo above: Bishop Todd Fulton addresses the crowd at St. Philips Moravian Church on May 21. (Photo by Erin Mizelle for the Winston-Salem Chronicle) St. Philips hosts program as

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Letters to the Editor: transportation bill, kudos to helping military, Salvation Army is welcome

    Letters to the Editor: transportation bill, kudos to helping military, Salvation Army is welcome

Republicans disappoint on measure To the Editor: Today [Tuesday, May 19] I voted for a short-term measure [H.R. 2353, the

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Commentary: Addressing climate change is good for the economy

    Commentary: Addressing climate change  is good for the economy

Illustration above by Ron Rogers for The Chronicle By Bill Blancato Guest Columnist We celebrated another Earth Day on April

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Commentary: Do marches, curfews and home training matter?

    Commentary: Do marches, curfews and home training matter?

In above photo: A young person protests the death of black man in police custody in Baltimore in early May.

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B.B. King, who died at age 89, reigned in blues kingdom

    B.B. King, who died at age 89, reigned in blues kingdom

In photo above: B.B. King By KEN RITTER Associated Press LAS VEGAS — B.B. King believed anyone could play the

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Panel addresses stigmas of mental illness in the black community

    Panel addresses stigmas of mental illness in  the black community

In photo above: Dr. Kimya Dennis leads the discussion as moderator of the community-wide mental health forum on Tuesday, May

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Editorial: Graduates are competing with ‘smart technology’

    Editorial: Graduates are competing with ‘smart technology’

It is college graduation season in Winston-Salem. As students complete their college educations, it’s time for them to head into

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