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Diversity of HBCU speakers in upcoming commencements

    Diversity of HBCU speakers in upcoming commencements

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE Once again, black families in the Triad and Triangle that have students graduating from historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are preparing for May

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Group honors students during scholarship fundraiser

    Group honors students during scholarship fundraiser

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  “ Revolutionize , remember, and re-energize.” That was just some of the advice Crosby Scholars CEO and President Mona Lovett gave

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Female semi-pro basketball team gears up for the upcoming season

    Female semi-pro basketball team gears up for the upcoming season

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE The Greensboro Swarm is not the only semi-pro basketball team in the triad area.  The Winston-Salem Lady Warcats is an all

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Local church holds service despite snow and ice

    Local church holds service despite snow and ice

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE More than 6 inches of snow swept into some areas of the Triad this weekend.  The inclement weather posed many issues

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300 children receive $100 gift cards for holiday shopping spree at local toy store

    300 children receive $100 gift cards for holiday shopping spree at local toy store

Photo by Tevin Stinson A volunteer from Flow Chevrolet helps two local children shop for toys during the Toys R

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Triad residents join call for expanded Medicaid

    Triad residents join call for expanded Medicaid

The NC Left Me Out Coalition, a group of health care advocates supporting expanded Medicaid coverage in the state, continued

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Gospel DJ continues her gift-giving

    Gospel DJ continues her gift-giving

(pictured above:  Anita “Boss Lady” Dean-Arnette with Santa and a young gift recipient in 2013.) Anita “Boss Lady” Dean-Arnette, the popular

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Stores providing teachers with free photo copies

    Stores providing teachers with free photo copies

State Rep. Ed Hanes Jr. has announced an agreement with The UPS Stores of the Triad to provide all teachers

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Report: Many in Triad don’t make enough to rent decent units

    Report: Many in Triad don’t make enough to rent decent units

A recently-released report, Out of Reach 2014, claims that many in the Triad can’t afford the area’s exalted rent prices.

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Local artists bringing arts movement to town 

    Local artists bringing arts movement to town 

One City, One Prompt (OCOP) movement is coming the Triad. Billed as a dynamic series of writing, performance, activist and

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