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Coleman strives for lieutenant governor spot again

    Coleman strives for lieutenant governor spot again

Linda Coleman By Cash Michaels For The NCBPA Editor’s note – There are a large number of African-American candidates running for office in North Carolina during the 2016 election, certainly

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544,950 people in N.C. enroll in Marketplace coverage

    544,950 people in N.C. enroll in Marketplace coverage

Special to The Chronicle As of Dec. 19, the number of consumers signed up for Marketplace coverage surged to more than 8.2 million nationally, including 544,950 in North Carolina. Those who

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Editorial – Open and honest government seems elusive

    Editorial – Open and honest government  seems elusive

How open and honest is state government in North Carolina? Not very, according to a new report from the Center for Public Integrity. The center’s 2015 State Integrity Investigation gave

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Lawmakers urge black Democrats to unite

    Lawmakers urge black Democrats to unite

above: Dan Blue and Larry Hall By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle “I know that if I don’t protect my

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Commentary – Just in time for the holidays: N.C.’s hunger problem is set to get worse

    Commentary – Just in time for the holidays: N.C.’s hunger problem is set to get worse

Tarza Mitchell Guest Columnist As many of us plan and prepare for family gatherings and celebratory meals in the upcoming

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North Carolina attorney general kicks off run for governor

    North Carolina attorney  general kicks off run for governor

By GARY D. ROBERTSON Associated Press ROCKY MOUNT — North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper began his long-planned bid to

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We remain committed after 41 years

    We remain committed  after 41 years

From the desk of Ernie Pitt In the spring of 1974, what had been no more than a dream for

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Winston-Salem to host N.C. NAACP convention

    Winston-Salem to host N.C. NAACP convention

Above: Photo by Tevin Stinson- Daphne Holmes-Johnson, state chair for NC NAACP State Convention speaks to members of the local

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Column: More bad news from General Assembly: Teachers and state employees lose out

    Column: More bad news from General Assembly: Teachers and state employees lose out

Chris Fitzsimon, Guest Columnist The state budget is now 59 days late. That makes it the second latest two-year state

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