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The Chronicle presents the Black History Cypher

    The Chronicle presents the Black History Cypher

To celebrate hip-hop and Black History Month, a few weeks ago The Chronicle invited seven local artists to participate in a cypher. The term cypher refers to a friendly group

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City should act now to steer funding toward projects that address climate change and climate justice

    City should act now to steer funding toward projects that  address climate change and climate justice

City should act now to steer funding toward projects that address climate change and climate justice

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United Way seeks to make impact on city with new initiative

    United Way seeks to make  impact on city with new initiative

United Way seeks to make impact on city with new initiative

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Mural on WSSU campus aims to inspire Black Lives Matter movement

  Mural on WSSU campus aims to inspire Black Lives Matter movement

Mural on WSSU campus aims to inspire Black Lives Matter movement

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Sheriff Kimbrough, FCSO hold quarterly community forum

  Sheriff Kimbrough, FCSO hold quarterly community forum

Sheriff Kimbrough, FCSO hold quarterly community forum

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Parkland senior scores 1,000th point

  Parkland senior scores 1,000th point

Parkland combo guard, Minnie Griffin, has excelled in her second stint with the Mustangs. Griffin recently eclipsed the 1,000-point mark in her career at Parkland by averaging 31 points per game this season.

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Double standard in sports

  Double standard in sports

Double standard in sports

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Vision impaired senior grateful for Senior Financial Care services

  Vision impaired senior grateful for Senior Financial Care services

Vision impaired senior grateful for Senior Financial Care services

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Senior Services shares companionship with seniors through Automated Pets Initiative

  Senior Services shares companionship with seniors through  Automated Pets Initiative

Senior Services is piloting an animatronic robotic pet initiative designed to help relieve some of the loneliness many older adults are experiencing as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The pets, especially helpful for seniors living with memory loss and dementia, are being delivered to 30 older adults enrolled in their Williams Adult Day Center, Home Care, Meals-on-Wheels, and Living-at-Home programs.

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