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City Council asked to support medical cannabis

    City Council asked to support medical cannabis

An appeal for a resolution supporting legalizing medical cannabis in North Carolina was made during the Winston-Salem City Council’s public comment session last week. Tim Lounsbury, deputy director of NC

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Commentary: Art wants to work!

    Commentary: Art wants to work!

By David Finn The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Public Art Commission in 2018 will commission the citywide “Winston-Salem Portrait Project” which is envisioned as a complex photographic portrayal of the city, displayed in sites where various communities intersect.

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NAACP chief promotes black businesses

    NAACP chief promotes black businesses

During its first meeting of the new year, the Winston-Salem Black Chamber of Commerce invited the leaders of two of the most influential organizations in the city to discuss their

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Public Art Commission brings diverse art to the city

    Public Art Commission brings diverse art to the city

An artistic tribute to Larry Leon Hamlin, a water tank mural and a citywide portrait initiative are projects currently being commissioned by the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Public Art Commission. The 10-member

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Many MLK events fall on actual birthday

    Many MLK events fall on actual birthday

This year in Winston-Salem, many events commemorating the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. will be on Monday, Jan.

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Emergency Management Director Mel Sadler dies

    Emergency Management Director Mel Sadler dies

Mel Sadler, the long-time director of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Office of Emergency Management, died unexpectedly early Thursday morning, Jan. 4.

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MLK Burger King rezoning delayed; Hawley House expansion approved

    MLK Burger King rezoning delayed;  Hawley House expansion approved

The Winston-Salem City Council approved rezoning that’ll let Hawley House expand and delayed a vote on the Burger King on

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Chronicle Martin Luther King Prayer Breakfast is Monday

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New season for Chronicle, other community mainstays

    New season for Chronicle, other community mainstays

2017 started with President Barack Obama, beloved leader of the United States, adored by the black community, leaving that office.

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What would be in a 2018 bond?

    What would be in a 2018 bond?

More two-way streets downtown? A second phase for Quarry Park? Millions for workforce housing? Those are just some of the

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