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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.


United Metropolitan breaks ground at Metropolitan Village

    United Metropolitan breaks ground at Metropolitan Village

Today, Thursday, Sept. 22, United Metropolitan Missionary Baptist Church (UMMBC) will officially break ground on Metropolitan Village, a mixed-use development in the heart of East Winston. 

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Black-owned company aims to help people of color with skin care needs

    Black-owned company aims to help people of color with skin care needs

Becoming an entrepreneur is not for the faint of heart due to the risks involved with such a venture. Throwing caution to the wind, Bridget Hunter stepped out on faith and started the Bridget Renee Brand (BRB) to give melanated people another option in the world of skin care.

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Federer set to retire

    Federer set to retire

Federer set to retire

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‘The Class That Never Was’ celebrates 50 years

  ‘The Class That Never Was’ celebrates 50 years

‘The Class That Never Was’ celebrates 50 years

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Commentary: Book bans are an attack on the freedom to read, teach and learn

  Commentary: Book bans are an attack on the freedom to read, teach and learn

Commentary: Book bans are an attack on the freedom to read, teach and learn

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Commentary: Jackson, Mississippi, has a water crisis. Is there a permanent fix to it?

  Commentary: Jackson, Mississippi, has a water crisis. Is there a permanent fix to it?

Commentary: Jackson, Mississippi, has a water crisis. Is there a permanent fix to it?

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Barter Theatre announces Black in Appalachia Initiative Monologue competition

  Barter Theatre announces Black in Appalachia Initiative Monologue competition

Barter Theatre announces Black in Appalachia Initiative Monologue competition

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Local servant-leaders honored with 2022 Community Service Awards

  Local servant-leaders honored with 2022 Community Service Awards

The Chronicle, in partnership with sponsors Russell’s Funeral Home, Winston-Salem Transit Authority, City of Winston-Salem, and the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, recently presented the 36th Annual Community Service Awards. During the virtual event, individuals, businesses, churches, and nonprofits were honored for their dedicated service to make a difference in our community.

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City may help S.G. Atkins CDC purchase Nissen Wagon Works building

  City may help S.G. Atkins CDC purchase Nissen Wagon Works building

The City of Winston-Salem is considering helping S.G. Atkins Community Development Corporation acquire and revitalize the old Nissen Wagon Works building. 

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