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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 Oct. 1, The Chronicle will move from its current location,

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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 peace and justice in the wake of recent events. Amid

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Hispanic League hosts annual celebration

    Hispanic League hosts annual celebration

Latino culture took center stage in downtown Winston-Salem last weekend as the Hispanic League hosted their annual Fiesta to celebrate the organization’s 25th anniversary. Since the first celebration held in

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School officials, students, alumni break ground on Paisley/Lowrance

    School officials, students, alumni break ground on Paisley/Lowrance

Local school officials, community leaders, current, and former students came together to break ground on the new John W. Paisley

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125 years of opportunity at Winston-Salem State

    125 years of opportunity at Winston-Salem State

By William Harris Dr. Simon Green Atkins, education visionary and social justice advocate, had a bold dream to create an

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Bowman Gray sale delayed until late 2018

    Bowman Gray sale delayed until late 2018

The city’s sale of Bowman Gray Stadium to Winston-Salem State University won’t be finalized until the end of next year, at the earliest.

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International Village Food and Music Festival draws hundreds

    International Village Food and Music Festival draws hundreds

On Saturday, Sept. 9, hundreds of people gathered at Corpening Plaza for the International Village Food and Music Festival.

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Playoff run ends for local semi-pro team

    Playoff run ends for local semi-pro team

After four straight wins to end the season, the Winston-Salem Jaguars found themselves one game away from the championship game this weekend.

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9/11 commemoration centers on first responders

    9/11 commemoration centers on first responders

JROTC cadets were once again brought together with first responders for the 9/11 Public Safety Challenge

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