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Event seeks to change traditional view about philanthropy

    Event seeks to change traditional view about philanthropy

By Bridget Elam, For The Chronicle What is philanthropy?  Generally, people consider philanthropy as an act by a wealthy person to give money to a cause, organization or individual.  By this

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City approves firefighter grant and Powerscreen rezoning

    City approves firefighter grant and Powerscreen rezoning

The Winston-Salem City Council approved a grant for more firefighters and a zoning request from Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic during its Monday, Oct. 16, meeting. The Winston-Salem Fire Department was awarded a

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WSSU Homecoming 2017 starts Sunday

    WSSU Homecoming 2017 starts Sunday

Concerts, reunions, step shows, coronations, parades and the big game are all part of the many offerings for Winston-Salem State University’s 2017 Homecoming Celebration, Oct. 22-28. With WSSU celebrating its

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‘I’m still standing’

    ‘I’m still standing’

That’s a familiar phrase in the Black Church. This phrase came up at the Gospel Fest on Sunday, Oct. 8, which The Chronicle helped sponsor. We didn’t have Kirk Franklin

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WSSU names sports interim media relations director

    WSSU names sports interim media relations director

Effective immediately, Trevin Goodwin will serve as the Interim Director of Media Relations and is responsible for all media relations

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City moving toward top goal

    City moving toward top goal

Winston-Salem has made progress but is still a long way off from becoming a top 50 metro area by 2020.

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Arts Council recognizes several for contributions

    Arts Council recognizes several for contributions

Earlier this week the Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County recognized several individuals for their contributions to the arts

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The Chronicle is moving to new address

    The Chronicle is moving to new address

By Bridget Elam, For The Chronicle Winston Salem’s oldest community newspaper will have a new address.   That’s right, as of

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Scholars program looks to expand

    Scholars program looks to expand

Crosby Scholars Community Partnership is looking to expand a program that helps African-American males reach their full potential.

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Silent demonstration downtown

    Silent demonstration downtown

Interfaith Winston-Salem and the Engaged Buddhist Collective united last week for a silent demonstration at Merschel Plaza to stand for

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