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Weak May jobs report signals modest economic growth

    Weak May jobs report signals modest economic growth

By Algenon Cash The non-partisan Bureau of Labor Statistics released the May jobs report and it failed to meet expectations – 138,000 non-farm job gains versus 185,000 expected – the

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Historic marker and tours highlight month

    Historic marker and tours highlight month

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Historic Preservation Month is being observed in May with lectures, walking and trolley tours of historic sites, the unveiling of two new local historic markers and

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

LJVM Coliseum sale To the Editor: I realize I am not necessarily the brightest, haven’t had a course in high finance, and nor do I have a dog in this

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Shoppers given opportunity to support troops

    Shoppers given opportunity to support troops

Harris Teeter has launched a donation card campaign to support both the United Service Organizations (USO) and Wounded Warrior Project (WWP), two organizations committed to supporting troops and their families.

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Mt. Zion celebrating 124th anniversary

    Mt. Zion celebrating 124th anniversary

Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 950 File St., is celebrating its 124th Anniversary during the month of May. A number of

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Transportation planners coming to town

    Transportation planners coming to town

Transportation planners from throughout North Carolina will convene in Winston-Salem May 15-17 for their annual conference. Citizens who are interested

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WFU Law professor elected to ALI

    WFU Law professor elected to ALI

Wake Forest University School of Law Professor Kami Chavis Simmons has been elected to the American Law Institute (ALI). ALI

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