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Local and state businesses, groups respond to South Carolina flooding

    Local and state businesses,  groups respond to South Carolina flooding

By Todd Luck The Chronicle Local businesses and organizations are responding to the severe flooding in South Carolina. The state received more than 2 feet of rain the first weekend

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‘Fire hose’ of moisture slams South Carolina

    ‘Fire hose’ of moisture slams South Carolina

By Seanna Adcox And Jeffrey Collins Associated Press COLUMBIA, S.C. — People across South Carolina got an object lesson Monday in how you can dodge a hurricane and still get

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South Carolina’s Confederate flag is gone, but others remain

    South Carolina’s Confederate flag is gone, but others remain

In above photo: A hole remains in the ground at the South Carolina Statehouse after workers tore up the concrete base, which used to hold a flagpole that flew the Confederate

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Commentary: No sanctuary: why black churches are still under attack

    Commentary: No sanctuary: why black churches are still under attack

By Matthew R. Drayton Like most Americans, I woke up this morning [June 18] to the news of another attack on a Black church. Nine people were shot to death

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Mayor urges Winston-Salem residents to support Charleston victims’ families

    Mayor urges Winston-Salem residents to support Charleston victims’ families

In photo above: Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines (File photo) Special to The Chronicle Mayor Allen Joines is urging city residents

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‘You are welcome:’ The night Emanuel opened its door to evil

    ‘You are welcome:’ The night Emanuel opened its door to evil

In photo above: Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, Charleston, South Carolina By ALLEN G. BREED and TAMARA LUSH Associated Press

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Prominent alumnus: SCSU needs some changes

    Prominent alumnus: SCSU needs some changes

The letter below was recently sent to the South Carolina State University National Alumni Association by Rep. James Clyburn: To:

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Chronicle names Rogers as new editor

    Chronicle names Rogers as new editor

Readers will notice a change in The Chronicle from here on in the form of its new editor. Donna Rogers

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Editorial: GOP can learn from Brooke

    Editorial: GOP can learn from Brooke

(pictured above: Edward W. Brooke) Edward W. Brooke, a liberal Republican who in 1966 became the first black person in U.S.

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Elected Black Republicans Not Expected to be a Plus for the Community

    Elected Black Republicans Not Expected to be a Plus for the Community

In photo: Mia Love will represent Utah’s U.S. House 4th District in a state where Blacks account for just 1.3

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