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Established in 1974, The Chronicle is Winston-Salem’s oldest and most respected community newspaper. Published every Thursday, our local weekly paper reaches an audited circulation of 7,000. We focus on positive news happening in and around Winston-Salem and surrounding areas. From arts and education, to covering stories affecting communities and neighborhoods where you live, make The Chronicle your online source for local news, events, high school sports coverage, politics and more.






NAACP responds to allegations of fraud regarding Tonya McDaniel’s handling of grant funds

    NAACP responds to allegations of fraud regarding Tonya McDaniel’s handling of grant funds

NAACP responds to allegations of fraud regarding Tonya McDaniel’s handling of grant funds

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Father’s Day dinner looks to combat rise in senseless gun violence

    Father’s Day dinner looks to combat rise in senseless gun violence

Ahead of Father’s Day weekend, the Women’s Gun Violence Prevention Team is hosting a dinner on Friday evening designed to celebrate men in the community and invite them to join the fight against senseless gun violence.

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Shooting at park terrifies children, adults

    Shooting at park terrifies children, adults

A relaxing day at the park was interrupted by gunfire earlier this week when William Coleman Scott, 26, endangered the lives of dozens of innocent people when he opened fire on police officers in Hanes Park, a mere hours after it is believed he killed his mother and grandmother.

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Business of the Month: Elite Healthcare Group specializes in helping autistic children and their families

  Business of the Month: Elite Healthcare Group specializes in helping autistic children  and their families

Business of the Month: Elite Healthcare Group specializes in helping autistic children and their families

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Local nonprofit ‘turns the tables’ on Hope du Jour restaurants

  Local nonprofit ‘turns the tables’ on Hope du Jour restaurants

Local nonprofit ‘turns the tables’ on Hope du Jour restaurants

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Coaches: In their own words

  Coaches: In their own words

Coaches: In their own words
Athletes’ poor work ethic challenges coaches

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Not just your average podcast

  Not just your average podcast

Starting a podcast is the new wave. Nowadays you can find a podcast that covers just about any topic known to man. Fortunately for local listeners, three African American young men have started the “Pick a Side” (PAS) podcast that covers a multitude of topics like sports, education, politics and more that affect the Black community.

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12-team college football playoff is on its way

  12-team college football  playoff is on its way

12-team college football playoff is on its way

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A chance to win $1 million

  A chance to win $1 million

Whole Man Ministries will present a drive-thru giveaway for the community on June 26 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. that will offer the opportunity to receive COVID testing and vaccine shot. Perhaps one of the winners of a ONE MILLION DOLLARS could be from our event, said Bishop Washington.

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