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W-S Zeta branch gives scholarships at luncheon

    W-S Zeta branch gives scholarships at luncheon

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem branch of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc., the Rho Zeta Chapter, recently held its annual Pearl Anna Neal Scholarship Luncheon at South Fork Church

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Gospel celebration benefits W-S Ronald McDonald House

    Gospel celebration benefits W-S Ronald McDonald House

The 2016 McDonald’s Inspiration Celebration tour made its annual stop in the Triad. Thursday, June 2.

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Street closings to cause traffic slow down, detours

    Street closings to cause traffic slow down, detours

Utility work and street repairs in the following areas will cause traffic slow down and detours throughout the city.

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Winston-Salem pools open

    Winston-Salem pools open

Special to The Chronicle Bolton Pool, Parkland and Kimberley Park pools opened for the Memorial Day weekend May 28-30. Bolton will open daily for the summer starting Saturday, June 4.

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Poverty Thought Force posts surveys on poverty-fighting ideas

    Poverty Thought Force posts surveys on poverty-fighting ideas

The Winston-Salem Poverty Thought Force is soliciting community feedback on the ideas generated through a series of “world café” community conversations on how to reduce the poverty rate.

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City opens new skate park

    City opens new skate park

Photo by Tevin Stinson Wesley Linton attempts a new trick at the new skate park near the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds on

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Red Dress Tea attracts 250

    Red Dress Tea attracts 250

Submitted photo The women of Solid Rock Baptist Church participated in the Red Dress Tea on Sunday, Feb. 21 at Novant

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Contributions to Islamic Faith

    Contributions to Islamic Faith

Above: Photo by Timothy Ramsey- Sister Margaret Murray Muhammad accepts her award for her contribution to the Islamic Community at the Delta

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Society continues to educate community on Black History

    Society continues to educate community on Black History

Linda Dark from the Society for the Study of Afro-American History discusses the importance of preserving historical information on Tuesday,

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Looking back at East Winston

    Looking back at East Winston

A mural featuring East Ward land-marks and notable residents was unveiled Nov. 11, 2015. The mural, located on the side of

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