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Titans-Spartans showdown: Who has the edge?

    Titans-Spartans showdown: Who has the edge?

BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE Tonight’s (Oct. 15) West Forsyth-Mount Tabor match-up figures to be the game of the JV football season. The Titans are undefeated and have

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Third quarter keys Mount Tabor’s win over Reynolds

    Third quarter keys Mount Tabor’s win over Reynolds

BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE The Mount Tabor-Reynolds JV football game was nip-and-tuck in the first half. But by the end of the third quarter, the Spartans seized

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Local schools honor the life of the late Stuart Scott  

    Local schools honor the life of the late Stuart Scott  

(Photo by Charles E. Leftwich, Jr. Above: On an electric evening in front of a capacity crowd, Stephen Scott and Taelor Olivia Scott represented the Scott Family during the 2015

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Joyous remembrance planned

    Joyous remembrance planned

(pictured above: Donna Burgess holds a framed tribute to her late daughter.) Teaching the angels in heaven how to play basketball. That is what Donna Burgess imagines her 16-year-old daughter, Celeste,

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Locals in historic Campbell Medical class

    Locals in historic Campbell Medical class

Chronicle Staff Report Buies Creek-based Campbell University has opened the state’s first new medical school in 35 years. The Campbell

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‘Hungry’ concerts to begin

    ‘Hungry’ concerts to begin

The Voices of God’s Children, Inc. (VOGC) will present an evening of spirituals, hymns, anthems and gospel music on Monday,

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Arts nonprofit to hold annual gala

    Arts nonprofit to hold annual gala

The ScottCares Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to embracing the arts while also teaching and promoting computer literacy and technology, will

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local sports legends Added to Hall

There have been many seminal moments in Rodney Webb’s life, but two stand out. His union to his wife, Rita,

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Robinson commits to Ohio university

    Robinson commits to Ohio university

Mt. Tabor’s Deion Robinson has signed to play basketball at the University of Northwestern Ohio. ­The 6’5 senior averages 16.2

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Reynolds hosting ‘A Cappella Jam’ concert

“A Cappella Jam for Hope,” an annual concert held by the a cappella groups at Reynolds High School, will be

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