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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.






Mission church in Asheville features rare fresco of real people of their community

    Mission church in Asheville features rare fresco of real people of their community

Mission church in Asheville features rare fresco of real people of their community

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Mother of the Year crowned at annual event

    Mother of the Year crowned at annual event

For the past 20 years, Anita “Boss Lady” Dean-Arnette of The Light (1340 AM and 103.5 FM), a local Christian radio station, has invited listeners to send in letters to nominate their mothers for the title of “Mother of the Year.” From humble beginnings in a conference room, the event has grown to become a much-anticipated annual tradition in the area.

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From downfall to dream come true

    From downfall to dream come true

A little over a year ago, Brandon Horne had a decision to make. He had recently been let go from his job due to the pandemic and had to choose if he was going to apply for another corporate job, or go all in as an entrepreneur.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Mother and daughter go from Winston-Salem to Hollywood

  Busta’s Person of the Week:  Mother and daughter go from Winston-Salem to Hollywood

Busta’s Person of the Week: Mother and daughter go from Winston-Salem to Hollywood

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Book Review: “Scapegoat No More: Ways to Understanding Scapegoating and How to Stop It” by Gina Maria Dobson

  Book Review: “Scapegoat No More: Ways to Understanding Scapegoating and How to Stop It” by Gina Maria Dobson

Book Review: “Scapegoat No More: Ways to Understanding Scapegoating and How to Stop It” by Gina Maria Dobson

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Mt. Tabor captures first state title with dream season

  Mt. Tabor captures first state title with dream season

In a season that was totally unpredictable and unprecedented, the Spartans of Mount Tabor were crowned 3A Football State Champions after defeating Cleveland High School 24-16 to cap off an undefeated 11-0 season.

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The League is back and better than ever

  The League is back and better than ever

The League, sponsored by the Josh Howard Foundation, has made it’s return to the city. As the premiere adult men’s league in the Triad area, players and fans were eager to have the teams lace them up and start playing basketball again in The League.

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Let’s give Carmelo his just due

  Let’s give Carmelo his just due

Carmelo Anthony has joined some elite company and cemented himself as one of the most prolific scorers in the history

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Core Awards honor outstanding educators, support staff

  Core Awards honor outstanding educators, support staff

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools wrapped up Teacher Appreciation Week by shining a light on some of the district’s best employees during the fourth annual Core Awards.

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