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Many concerned about high number of N.C. exonerations

    Many concerned about high number of N.C. exonerations

By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle “Twenty years I’ve been trying to prove my innocence [of murder] … I didn’t do it. I wasn’t there. I can’t explain why people

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EDITORIAL: Remember, those in poverty have needs to fix now

    EDITORIAL: Remember, those in poverty have needs to fix now

The Poverty Thought Force issued its final report to Mayor Allen Joines and the City Council on Feb. 13. The report includes 56 recommendations for policies that could reduce the

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Darryl Hunt scholarship will help convicts further their education

    Darryl Hunt scholarship will help convicts further their education

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  In 1984, Darryl Hunt was wrongfully convicted of rape and murder. While maintaining his innocence, Hunt would spend nearly two decades

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Praying for police officers and emergency responders

    Praying for police officers and emergency responders

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE Nearly 20 Winston-Salem residents gathered together in front of the police department at 725 N Cherry St. this past Sunday, even

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Downtown’s first black-owned restaurant gets a renovation

    Downtown’s first black-owned restaurant gets a renovation

Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  Fresh paint, new lighting, high-back chairs and a wall of flat

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Arts Council appoints new board members

    Arts Council appoints new board members

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County has appointed 10 new members to its board

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Local NAACP branch demands town hall

    Local NAACP branch demands town hall

Move is part of statewide campaign toward officials. BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  The North Carolina NAACP launched its campaign

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Art show helps feed those in need

    Art show helps feed those in need

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE Nearly 50 local artists will be on display at the Senior Services Center this Saturday

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Low- and moderate-income communities can use Community Development Block Grant funds

    Low- and moderate-income communities can use Community Development Block Grant funds

Chris Cox Guest Columnist Every year hundreds of states, cities and localities compete for billions of dollars in Community Block

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Thank God for keeping a Ram in the bush

    Thank God for keeping a Ram in the bush

Ms. L.D. Guest Columnist Sometimes life can deal a hand of despair. Not knowing anyone in a new place, lack

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