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Free black man masters making furniture during time of slavery

    Free black man masters making furniture during time of slavery

Photo by Eric Blevins Pieces from the Thomas Day Collection in the N.C. Museum of History, Raleigh, are shown. BY JUDIE HOLCOMB-PACK  FOR THE CHRONICLE Slavery was the order of

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American Basketball League bringing pre-draft camp and franchise to Greensboro

    American Basketball League bringing pre-draft camp and franchise to Greensboro

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The popularity of basketball in North Carolina has steered executives of the American Basketball League (ABL) to establish a franchise in the Triad. The coach and

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Will high court stay new maps?

    Will high court stay new maps?

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE Assuming that there is no stay from U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, will North Carolina’s newly configured congressional maps, scheduled to be

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Editorial: Let’s keep race issues out of Super Bowl

    Editorial: Let’s keep race issues out of Super Bowl

The Panthers are headed to the Super Bowl! This is exciting for North Carolina. But among the enthusiasm is an undertone of a race issue concerning quarterback Cam Newton. Newton

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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

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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

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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

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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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