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Any skin color can burn

    Any skin color can burn

In above photo: Ron Rogers illustration for the Chronicle Doctors warn that African-Americans need caution in the sun, too By Teriana Jones For The Chronicle It’s summertime and the Fourth

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Wake Forest Baptist answers your burning questions about sun exposure

    Wake Forest Baptist answers your burning questions about sun exposure

In above photo: Couple sunbathing while being cautious of sun exposure Flip-flops and bathing suits coupled with clear skies and warm temperatures may seem like a winning combination, but exposed

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Several honored at heart walk

    Several honored at heart walk

(pictured above:  The walkers begin their trek through Tanglewood Park.) By Wednesday, Nov. 19, the American Heart Association hopes to raise $500,000 from its recently held Tanglewood Heart and Stroke

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Local Liberians feel impact of Ebola

    Local Liberians feel impact of Ebola

(pictured above: Fire Chief Antony Farmer assures local press conference that the city’s ready to respond.) Messa Hunder was looking forward to seeing Thelma Allen next month. The sisters haven’t

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Hospital hospitality house marks milestone

    Hospital hospitality house marks milestone

(pictured above:  Jay and Nellie Springs at the SECU Family House.) Almost three years after opening, the SECU Family House has served

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Heart Heroes honored at Ball

    Heart Heroes honored at Ball

(picture above:  Josie and Scotty Wooten with their son, Jarod.) More than 250 guests attended the American Heart Association’s Winston-Salem

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Walk/run to promote good health, nonprofit agency

    Walk/run to promote good health, nonprofit agency

Once again, El Buen Pastor Latino Community Services will host the El Buen Camino 5K race and one-mile walk. Participants

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Selfless at Thanksgiving

    Selfless at Thanksgiving

Local group of volunteers on service trip to Ghana (pictured above: Travellers (front row, from left) Beth Frack, Bray Barto, Jozy

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Free At Last

    Free At Last

Local rally recalls historic March on Washington Lenoir native Louise Lash’s grandmother worked as a maid but was not allowed

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Former rivals to face each other again in East Ward

    Former rivals to face each other again in East Ward

The race for the East Ward City Council seat is shaping up to be a repeat of 2009. Both City

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