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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. 15, his 89th birthday and the actual holiday, which is

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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. He was 69. The funeral for Mel Sadler was noon

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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 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive during its Tuesday, Jan. 2,

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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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African-American literature comes to Prep

    African-American literature comes to Prep

Seniors at Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy (WSPA) have the opportunity to take an English course that is unlike anything else being

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Elite Eight basketball game brings joy

    Elite Eight basketball  game brings joy

Old rivalries were renewed once again on the hardwood as the Elite Eight Alumni Association held their annual charity basketball

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Street performers want change in city rules

    Street performers want change in city rules

Some local musicians are hoping the city will change its ordinance regulating downtown street performers.  The 2015 ordinance requires street

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Oncologist kicks off Kwanzaa celebration

    Oncologist kicks off Kwanzaa celebration

Throughout the week, residents from across the community are coming together to celebrate the seven principles of Kwanzaa: Umoja, Kujichagulia,

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