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Winston-Salem native leaves Wake Forest debt-free and employed

    Winston-Salem native  leaves Wake Forest debt-free and employed

Micheal Green, raised by single mom, overcomes the odds In photo above: Micheal Green’s family congratulates him after graduating from Wake Forest University on May 18. They are (L-R) Gloria

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Voter ID law hearing draws large crowd in Winston-Salem

    Voter ID law hearing draws large crowd in Winston-Salem

In photo above: The North Carolina State Board of Elections public comments hearing drew in a large crowd of interested parties prepared to speak on behalf of the 2013 Voter

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Samm-Art Williams’ play ‘Home’ to be read nationwide on Monday

    Samm-Art Williams’ play ‘Home’ to be read  nationwide on Monday

In photo above: Playwright Samm-Art Williams Playwright to be in Winston-Salem for reading Special to The Chronicle Project1VOICE, a national organization whose mission is to strengthen and promote African-American theater

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Barber revs up N.C. NAACP crowd in Winston-Salem

    Barber revs up N.C. NAACP crowd in Winston-Salem

In photo above: The Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II, president of the N.C. NAACP, speaks to the audience at the Women in NAACP event in Winston-Salem on Saturday, May

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Cyclist rediscovers passion from years past

    Cyclist  rediscovers  passion from years past

In photos above: On the left, Lamont Wilson ranks eighth in the state in his age group in Criterium racing.

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Editorial: Winston-Salem NAACP needs super turnaround

    Editorial: Winston-Salem NAACP needs super turnaround

In photo above: The Winston-Salem Branch of the NAACP held its elections in its headquarters, seen here. (File photo.) The

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Winston-Salem resident, N.C. State sprinter wonders about what could’ve been

    Winston-Salem resident, N.C. State sprinter wonders about what could’ve been

In photo above: Expectations are high for Shannon Patterson as he moves forward in his college track career. (Photo by

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Residents meet again on Waughtown, MLK Neighborhood plan to prioritize

    Residents meet again on Waughtown, MLK Neighborhood plan to prioritize

In photo above: Over 100 members of the community gather to talk about “Waughtown & MLK: Our Neighborhood Plan.” (Submitted

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Former Atkins assistant headed back to NC

    Former Atkins assistant headed back to NC

In photo above:Rodney Brewington will be headed to his alma mater as head coach. (Submitted photo) Special to The Chronicle

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Panel addresses stigmas of mental illness in the black community

    Panel addresses stigmas of mental illness in  the black community

In photo above: Dr. Kimya Dennis leads the discussion as moderator of the community-wide mental health forum on Tuesday, May

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