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MLK plaque hung at City Hall

    MLK plaque hung at City Hall

City leaders paid homage to a piece of local history Tuesday, with the unveiling of a commemorative plaque in historic City Hall. The plaque, which adorns the wall just outside

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‘Dining’ events raising money for AIDS Care Service

    ‘Dining’ events raising money for AIDS Care Service

(pictured above: Sammie Gray is a longtime ACS supporter.) AIDS Care Services is asking those who support HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention to put their money where their mouths are. More

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Caldwells, Pauls help make new center a reality

    Caldwells, Pauls help make new center a reality

(pictured above: From left: Damari Martin, Tiffany Garcia-Petatan, Gabriela Loyd try out the new computers.) Youngsters at the Salvation Army International Corps Boys & Girls Club now have state-of-the-art technology at

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A Day Fit for King

    A Day Fit for King

Chronicle breakfast kicks-off MLK Day events on Monday The Chronicle will be kicking the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday off in style this year. Close to 1,000 attendees are expected

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Wos’ Woes

    Wos’ Woes

(pictured above: Dr. Aldona Wos, secretary of the state’s Department of Health and Human Services.) Black legislators call for DHHS leader’s

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12th District rep won’t be seated soon

    12th District rep won’t be seated soon

(pictured above: Vice President Joe Biden prepares to swear-in Mel Watt last week as head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.)

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Davenport to run At-large

    Davenport to run At-large

At least one District 1 seat on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education will be up for grabs this election

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Heart of a Fighter

    Heart of a Fighter

Lifelong athlete and trainer uses his own heart scare to inspire others to get healthy All his life, city native

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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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Change’s Gonna Come?

    Change’s Gonna Come?

(pictured above: Freshman Rep. Ed Hanes speaks at the recent Emancipation Association program.) Lawmakers wary of political tide shift in Raleigh

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