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Hispanic hopefuls in the running

    Hispanic hopefuls in the running

Dominican Republic native German Garcia is aiming to become the first Hispanic American to serve on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education. Garcia, a Democrat, is one of eight at-large

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Early voting plan too friendly to suburbs, critics say

    Early voting plan too friendly to suburbs, critics say

(pictured above: Charles Wilson addresses Board of Elections members (from left): Fleming El-Amin, Ken Raymond and Stuart Russell. Also pictured is clerk Judy Speas.) Proposed early voting sites that favor suburban

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Editorial: Civil Rights challenges remain

    Editorial: Civil Rights challenges remain

Black History Month is a time to honor the contributions African-Americans have made to our nation and our state, and, for me, a time to reflect on the work I

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Salem College joins Noonhour tradition

    Salem College joins Noonhour tradition

(pictured above: Head Coach Anita Howard (front row, second from right) and Salem faculty members pose with the Salem College basketball team at the Benton Convention Center Monday. Twenty-year-old Whitney Campbell

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Davenport to run At-large

    Davenport to run At-large

At least one District 1 seat on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education will be up for grabs this election

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Raymond’s Wrath

    Raymond’s Wrath

(pictured: King Kenneth Raymond I) Well, don’t look for any of Ken Raymond’s warped perspectives in The Chronicle. King Ken

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Spike in gun violence a concern

    Spike in gun violence a concern

(pictured above: Chief Barry Rountree wants guns off the streets.) City leaders are making a push to reduce gun violence

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Triad hopefuls eyeing Watt’s seat

    Triad hopefuls eyeing Watt’s seat

With U.S. Rep. Mel Watt’s confirmation last week to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency, there will soon be a

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Editorial: Immigration reform stalling

    Editorial: Immigration reform stalling

U.S. House Speaker John Boehner recently stated that there will not be any conference committee in order to find a

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Panel tackles charters and vouchers

    Panel tackles charters and vouchers

A diverse group of experts debated the pros and cons of changes coming to the North Carolina education system during

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