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Victim’s mother says police feedback has been lacking

    Victim’s mother says police feedback has been lacking

(pictured above:  Christopher Thompson was killed on March 25.) A grieving mother who claims calls to the detective investigating her son’s death have gone unreturned should go higher up the

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Right to Assemble

    Right to Assemble

Rev. Dr. William Barber, the architect and leader of the Moral Monday phenomenon, has said at the rallies, “This is not a moment. It is a movement.”   Over the

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The Epitome of Determination

    The Epitome of Determination

Student’s road to graduation littered with dozens of surgeries (pictured above:  Cruz Santibanez received her degree Sunday.) When Cruz Santibanez woke up in UNC’s surgical intensive care unit on July 4,

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Chronicle wins awards

    Chronicle wins awards

The Chronicle took home three N.C. Press Association 2013 News, Editorial and Photojournalism Contest awards last week. The honors were presented Thursday, Feb. 27 during NCPA’s 2014 Winter Institute at

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Black ’Nam vets tell students war tales

    Black ’Nam vets tell students war tales

A group of African American Vietnam War veterans were invited to Wake Forest last Friday to share their memories from

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New lab brings nursing students closer to real experiences

    New lab brings nursing students closer to real experiences

City native Alishia Green has always known she wanted to be a nurse. “Everybody in my family’s a nurse,” explained

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Free flu shots available Tuesday

    Free flu shots  available Tuesday

Beginning Oct. 1, the Forsyth County Department of Health will offer free flu shots to the public. The Health Department

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Local family featured in marriage equality video

    Local family featured in marriage equality video

Mark Maxwell and Timothy Young and their family are featured in a video produced by the Campaign for Southern Equality

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Liberian ambassador: We need your support

    Liberian ambassador:  We need your support

Liberian Ambassador Jeremiah Sulunteh spent four days in North Carolina beginning late last month, touring local facilities and meeting with

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Charter school students headed to Kenya

    Charter school students headed to Kenya

Carter G. Woodson School of Challenge students are headed to Kenya next week for a month-long excursion. It will be

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