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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.


 

 

Chris Paul Family Foundation, W-S Dash, Truist partner to feed 400 families

    Chris Paul Family Foundation, W-S Dash, Truist partner to feed 400 families

Last weekend the Chris Paul Family Foundation, the Winston-Salem Dash, and Truist Financial came together to provide food for 400 families for the holidays.

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Smitty’s Notes celebrates 25th anniversary

    Smitty’s Notes celebrates 25th anniversary

In the summer of 1997 Winston-Salem native Jeff Smith sent out an email to about a dozen of his friends with a list of things to do around the city. That email was the start of the Smithy’s Notes, the city’s go-to source to find out about what’s going on in the area

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The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Meet Winston-Salem’s own ‘Mr. Fix It,’ Julian Martin

    The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Meet Winston-Salem’s own ‘Mr. Fix It,’ Julian Martin

The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Meet Winston-Salem’s own ‘Mr. Fix It,’ Julian Martin

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Yellow Jackets and Griffin part ways (Part 1)

  Yellow Jackets and Griffin part ways (Part 1)

Yellow Jackets and Griffin part ways (Part 1)

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New sports complex looks to ‘turn good players into great ones’

  New sports complex looks to ‘turn good players  into great ones’

For young athletes in the Triad area, if you’re in need of training or a facility to help you to improve your skills, the Grindhouse Sportsplex, 2738 Farmall St., Winston-Salem, might be the place for you.

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WS/FCS Board of Education passes sustainability resolution

  WS/FCS Board of Education passes sustainability resolution

WS/FCS Board of Education passes sustainability resolution

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We need more innovative transportation programs like this one

  We need more innovative transportation programs like this one

Three years ago, Courtney James and her husband, Gregory, drafted a plan for a business that would help fill the gap for workers who depend on the city’s inadequate bus system, the Winston-Salem Transit Authority (WSTA), to get to their jobs. Now their business is thriving, helping its patrons climb the ladder to upward economic mobility.

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Commentary: Voters make an important down payment on Democracy’s future

  Commentary: Voters make an important down payment on Democracy’s future

Commentary: Voters make an important down payment on Democracy’s future

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Commentary: Trouble on college campuses is happening way too often these days

  Commentary: Trouble on college campuses is happening way too often these days

Commentary: Trouble on college campuses is happening way too often these days

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