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Busta’s Person of the Week: Dr. Kornegay shares tips on how to cope with the stress of COVID -19

    Busta’s Person of the Week: Dr. Kornegay shares tips on how to cope with the stress of COVID -19

By Busta Brown The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a tremendous amount of stress and confusion in our country and Americans need some stress relief. What’s adding to the chaos: there

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The Chronicle is going digital … temporarily

    The Chronicle is going digital … temporarily

Amid these unprecedented times due to the COVID-19 crisis, our community has seen unthinkable changes and hardships.   The newspaper industry is no exception to the hardships of the coronavirus. 

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Separating fact from fiction about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

    Separating fact from fiction about the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

Since the coronavirus first started making news in January, rumors, myths, and fabrications started flooding our email inboxes and Facebook newsfeeds. Although there has been helpful information shared via social

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WS/FCS pass bylaws for Multicultural Advisory Council, virtual meeting format 

    WS/FCS pass bylaws for Multicultural Advisory Council, virtual meeting format 

Less than six months after Superintendent Angela P. Hairston made the recommendation for the special committee to be formed, last week the school board passed the bylaws for the Multicultural

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Family Services provides meals for families in need

    Family Services provides meals for families in need

Armed with face masks, gloves, and of course, hand sanitizer, representatives and volunteers with Family Services partnered with OSO Restaurant Group (o’So Eats) to provide 500 meals for families in need at First Baptist Church (Highland Avenue) last week.

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Kevin Mundy hopes to fill Dan Besse’s seat on City Council

    Kevin Mundy hopes to fill Dan Besse’s seat on City Council

Kevin Mundy hopes to fill Dan Besse’s seat on City Council

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Winston-Salem Symphony postpones or cancels all remaining concerts for the 2019–20 season

    Winston-Salem Symphony postpones or cancels all remaining concerts for the 2019–20 season

The Winston-Salem Symphony is committed to the health and safety of everyone in our community. In accordance with the latest

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Parenting tips during the coronavirus pandemic

    Parenting tips during the coronavirus pandemic

By Stephanie C. Nash, LICSW President & CEO, Episcopal Center for Children This is an unprecedented time in our world

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COVID-19 scam alert

    COVID-19 scam alert

The coronavirus outbreak has been big business for scammers. First it was fake masks, then fake government grants, and now it’s a

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