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King more than a dreamer, speaker says

    King more than a dreamer, speaker says

As we celebrate the 89th birthday and federal holiday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., we should remember the sacrifices he made to get us where we are today.

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Children lead the way during march

    Children lead the way during march

More than 100 people put on their walking shoes and marched through the streets of downtown Winston-Salem in honor of the civil rights icon.

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Noon Hour celebrates King in the age of Trump

    Noon Hour celebrates King in the age of Trump

It was a mix of celebration and somber realities at the MLK Noon Hour Commemoration held at Union Baptist Church on Monday.

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MLK Jr. Day service unites community

    MLK Jr. Day service unites community

Make sure you check out all of my interviews and inspiring videos of The MLK Jr. Day of Service at the Historic Odd Fellas Cemetery on The Chronicle’s YouTube.com channel @ Winstonsalem Chronicle.

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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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Social Heart helps homeless residents

  Social Heart helps homeless residents

On any given day or night, you may find city native Cedric Allen distributing food, coats, gloves, or even hygiene

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‘Kuumba’ in the making

  ‘Kuumba’ in the making

Triad Cultural Arts (TCA) wrapped up the official citywide Kwanzaa Celebration earlier this week as dozens of locals came together to celebrate the sixth principle; “Kuumba” or creativity.

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Red Cross offers cold weather and heating safety tips

  Red Cross offers cold weather and heating safety tips

The American Red Cross is urging residents to take precautions for the cold weather and proper heating.

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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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