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Arts Council announces 13 mini-grant recipients

    Arts Council announces 13 mini-grant recipients

The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has announced its second round of 2016 grants made through its Community Enrichment Mini-Grant initiative. These awards provide community groups and individuals

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Hundreds honor veterans at Carolina Field of Honor

    Hundreds honor veterans at Carolina Field of Honor

Overcast skies and the threat of rain didn’t stop hundreds from coming together Monday morning, May 30, to honor the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice protecting our

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Churches unite to help students with STEM Camp

    Churches unite to help students with STEM Camp

In above photo: Children on are on a field trip at Reynolda Gardens. (Submitted Photo) Special to The Chronicle Six-year old Hansumm McCcoy was clearly overjoyed when he succeeded in building

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Address suicide To The Editor: What is it going to take? Every minute of every day in the United States someone has had enough. Their life seems useless, painful, meaningless,

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Summer on the Stump

    Summer on the Stump

District Court hopeful looks forward to head-to-head challenge (pictured above:  Valene Franco rides in Kernersville’s recent 4th of July parade behind

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BA (Bachelor of Affection) awarded

    BA (Bachelor of Affection) awarded

(pictured above:  Dr. Rosalind Fuse-Hall presents Clarence Pitt with his special degree.) When one thinks of a Bennett Belle, Clarence

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Schools reduce crime, suspensions

    Schools reduce crime, suspensions

(pictured above:  Lamaya Williams with her sons Ira III, 6 and Issa, almost 2.) Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools has reduced the number

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Truliant promotes Johnson

    Truliant promotes Johnson

(pictured above:  Jafonda Johnson joined the credit union in 2000.) Truliant Federal Credit Union has promoted Jafonda Johnson to the

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Gone Too Soon

    Gone Too Soon

Family copes with loss after senseless killing (pictured above:  Crystal Thompson wears a t-shirt honoring her late son during a vigil

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Early voting plan too friendly to suburbs, critics say

    Early voting plan too friendly to suburbs, critics say

(pictured above: Charles Wilson addresses Board of Elections members (from left): Fleming El-Amin, Ken Raymond and Stuart Russell. Also pictured is

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