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Candidates stress turnout, registration

    Candidates stress turnout, registration

Midterm elections tend to have far less voter turnout than presidential ones, but they can have just as big of an effect. In the 2010 midterms, Democrats suffered greatly, losing

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PT working on diversity

    PT working on diversity

(pictured above:  WSSU Photo WSSU DPT students pose after their recent White Coat ceremony.) The lack of African Americans in Winston-Salem State University’s three-year-old Doctor of Physical Therapy program caused a

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Mosque continues tradition of free medical care

    Mosque continues tradition of free medical care

(pictured above:  Clinic volunteers (from left) Steve Malik Daniels, Corrinna Austin, Sadou Ibrahim, Omer Zuilfiqar, Muhammad Syed, Asiyah Rodriguez and Elizabeth Fleming. (Below) Jahan and Tahsin Choudhury with Dr. Muhammad Syed.)

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Program promoted as prison deterrent

    Program promoted as prison deterrent

(pictured above:  Alvin Atkinson addresses community partners last week at Flat Rock Middle School.) The Center for Community Safety (CCS) thinks its S.T.A.R.S. (Students Taking Action and Reaching Success) program

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Health Department begins giving free flu shots

    Health Department begins giving free flu shots

(pictured above:  Residents wait to receive flu shots last week.) The Forsyth County Health Department has been busy offering free

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Middle-schooler creates program to help girls co-exist

    Middle-schooler creates program to help girls co-exist

(pictured above:  Madison Sides is the brain behind MasterPeace.) A “meet and greet” party will be held Sunday for MasterPeace,

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First Gospel Fest concert is Sunday

    First Gospel Fest concert is Sunday

The Chronicle is once again holding Gospel Fest during the Dixie Classic Fair. From 3 – 6 p.m. on Sunday,

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Greener Grass

    Greener Grass

pictured above: ( Forsyth County Association of Educators President Ann Pettijean joins other educators, parents and students for a rally last

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Rubain confident in decision to abandon campaign

    Rubain confident in decision to abandon campaign

Stacey Rubain has her eyes set on a new prize this week and is no longer seeking the District 21

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Clock winding down to register

    Clock winding down to register

The voter registration machine is in full-throttle now that the Oct. 10 deadline is in plain sight. “We have trained

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