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W-S faces lawsuit and discrimination claims over canceled concert

    W-S faces lawsuit and discrimination claims over canceled concert

A lawsuit has been filed against the City of Winston-Salem by a local promoter for their decision to cancel a concert that was scheduled to be held at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds later this month. Representatives from Starr Entertainment say the cancellation cost them nearly a quarter million dollars.

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Job Corps Scholars Program at WSSU offers free college courses and career certifications

    Job Corps Scholars Program at WSSU offers free college courses and career certifications

Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) is now offering a new program that allows participants to complete free college courses and earn career preparedness certification in the field of their choice.

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Drumming program a big hit at local rec center

    Drumming program a big hit at local rec center

For a school-aged child, the summer months are a great time to acquire a new skill or hobby. Several young boys and girls at the W.R. Anderson Community Center’s summer camp have taken advantage of the drumming program directed by volunteer Abdul Muhammad.

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The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Winston-Salem entrepreneur has a right-on-time business

  The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Winston-Salem entrepreneur has a right-on-time business

The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Winston-Salem entrepreneur has a right-on-time business

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Local author’s first book, ‘Thirty Years Naked,’ to be released in August

  Local author’s first book, ‘Thirty Years Naked,’ to be released in August

Kecha Brabham has had the idea for writing her first published book for six years. Now that her dream has come to fruition, she wants everyone to check out her book, “Thirty Years Naked ‘Walking the Path Toward Forgiveness.’”

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Local coach lands dream opportunity at the next level

  Local coach lands dream opportunity at the next level

Corey Stewart played safety for the Winston-Salem State University Rams (WSSU) from 2004-08. For the past decade, he has been coaching on the high school level, but next season he will be the new assistant defensive backs’ coach for his alma mater.

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Baseball’s best player and no one knows him

  Baseball’s best player and no one knows him

Baseball’s best player and no one knows him

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Bishop T.D. Jakes headlines panel about the church, COVID-19 vaccines, and access

  Bishop T.D. Jakes headlines panel about the church, COVID-19 vaccines, and access

Bishop T.D. Jakes headlines panel about the church, COVID-19 vaccines, and access

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United Way, Habitat partner to offer appreticeships to Place Matters community

  United Way, Habitat partner to offer appreticeships to Place Matters community

United Way, Habitat partner to offer appreticeships to Place Matters community

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