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April is Fair Housing Month

    April is Fair Housing Month

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The city’s annual observance of Fair Housing Month will begin today, Thursday, April 6, when Mayor Allen Joines reads a proclamation at noon at the Allegacy

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Commentary: Important Medicaid news you might have missed

    Commentary: Important Medicaid news you might have missed

James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist Would anyone disagree that we are living in some troubling times in the United States of America? Issues of social justice erupt almost on

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Arts Council awards 12 Mini-Grants

    Arts Council awards 12 Mini-Grants

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has made 12 grants in its third round of 2016-2017 awards made through its Wells Fargo Community Enrichment

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Twin City Lions Club celebrates 95 years of service

    Twin City Lions Club celebrates 95 years of service

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  March 22 turned into Twin City Lions Club day in Winston-Salem. On that day, the local chapter of the largest international service organization celebrated its

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Chronicle staff members can’t stop seniors in media challenge

    Chronicle staff members can’t stop seniors in media challenge

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE The Piedmont Plus Senior Games & Silver Arts Event will be

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Liberty Street Market reopening?

    Liberty Street Market reopening?

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The City of Winston-Salem is pursuing a proposal to once again make the Liberty Street

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Many concerned about high number of N.C. exonerations

    Many concerned about high number of N.C. exonerations

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle “Twenty years I’ve been trying to prove my innocence [of murder] … I didn’t

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EDITORIAL: Remember, those in poverty have needs to fix now

    EDITORIAL: Remember, those in poverty have needs to fix now

The Poverty Thought Force issued its final report to Mayor Allen Joines and the City Council on Feb. 13. The

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Darryl Hunt scholarship will help convicts further their education

    Darryl Hunt scholarship will help convicts further their education

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  In 1984, Darryl Hunt was wrongfully convicted of rape and murder.

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Praying for police officers and emergency responders

    Praying for police officers and emergency responders

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE Nearly 20 Winston-Salem residents gathered together in front of the police

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