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A new day dawns for democracy

    A new day dawns for democracy

A new day dawns for democracy

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Chronicle’s Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast viewed virtually by thousands

    Chronicle’s Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast viewed virtually by thousands

For the past 21 years The Chronicle has kicked off Martin Luther King Jr. Day by hosting a prayer breakfast. While we weren’t able to physically bring the community together this year due to the pandemic, more than 5,000 people have tuned in to view the virtual event on Facebook and YouTube held earlier this week.

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MLK Day celebrations held virtually

    MLK Day celebrations held virtually

To commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., for decades the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) and local legend Mutter Evans have hosted special ceremonies on MLK Day, but this year, due to the pandemic both events were held virtually.

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New business adds creative visual touch to drive-by events

  New business adds creative visual touch to drive-by events

Social distancing is now the new normal and it makes it difficult to enjoy events with our family and friends. Drive-by celebrations have become more popular as a result and two longtime friends have developed a creative way to make them seem more like normal.

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Local woman to celebrate 100th birthday

  Local woman to celebrate 100th birthday

Local woman to celebrate 100th birthday

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Carolina Cobras set to open up season in April

  Carolina Cobras set to open up season in April

The 2020 National Arena League (NAL) season was cancelled because of the pandemic, so fans, coaches and players are eager to get back out on the field for some fast-paced indoor football action.

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James Harden joins Durant and Irving in Brooklyn

  James Harden joins Durant and Irving in Brooklyn

James Harden joins Durant and Irving in Brooklyn

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Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority celebrates 113th anniversary

  Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority celebrates 113th anniversary

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. celebrated their Founders’ Day on Jan. 15. The sorority was founded 113 years ago on the campus of Howard University in Washington, D.C.

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Commentary: Honoring Dr. King

  Commentary: Honoring Dr. King

Commentary: Honoring Dr. King

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