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NBTF expected to have major economic impact

    NBTF expected to have major economic impact

The biennial National Black Theatre Festival is back and its impact on Winton-Salem is bigger than ever.

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Tournament showcases girls’ basketball talent

    Tournament showcases girls’ basketball talent

Brian Robinson of the Winston-Salem Stealers held a tournament to allow Division I basketball coaches to get a first hand look at some potential recruits.

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Local veterans react to transgender military ban

    Local veterans react to transgender military ban

President Donald Trump’s move to ban transgender individuals from military service via Twitter is a controversial one.

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Leaders, public discuss ‘State of Black Winston-Salem’

    Leaders, public discuss ‘State of Black Winston-Salem’

One week after The Chronicle unveiled the findings in the “State of Black Winston-Salem” report compiled by local Urban League CEO James Perry, the organization’s Young Professionals branch invited the

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Semi-pro football team takes on local rival

    Semi-pro football team takes on local rival

Football is the most popular sport in America right now.  Fans cannot get enough of football even during the NFL

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Enjoy the water this summer

    Enjoy the water this summer

With the city pools and newly built spraygrounds opening up Memorial Day weekend, city officials want everyone to be safe

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Catholic Charities opens East Winston location

    Catholic Charities opens East Winston location

The Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte opened a new location at 1612 14th Street N.E. in Winston-Salem.  The opening ceremony

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Master-plan makers return to East Winston

    Master-plan makers return to East Winston

Ayers Saint Gross, the design firm hired to create a master plan for a large portion of the East Winston

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Winston-Salem mother takes sanctuary from deportation in Greensboro church

    Winston-Salem mother takes sanctuary from deportation in Greensboro church

A local mother facing deportation became the second woman in the state to seek sanctuary in a church last week.

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More than 200 protest GOP health care bill

    More than 200 protest GOP health care bill

Hundreds of people against the effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act gathered outside the local office of Sen. Richard

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