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City narrows search for police chief to four candidates

    City narrows search for police chief to four candidates

After months of conducting community surveys, creating candidate profiles, and interviewing candidates from across the country, the City of Winston-Salem has narrowed down their search for the next chief of the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) to four candidates. 

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Despite public outcry, City Council approves changes to meeting times

    Despite public outcry, City Council approves changes to meeting times

Despite hearing concerns from citizens for weeks, the Winston-Salem City Council voted to change meeting times for city council meetings and committee meetings. During the meeting on Jan. 17, the council voted 6-1 to change city council meeting times to 6 p.m. For more than a decade meetings have been held at 7 p.m.; before that meetings were held at 7:30 p.m.

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LEAD Girls of NC appoints new directors, Shonette Lewis named as LEAD facilitator

    LEAD Girls of NC appoints new directors, Shonette Lewis named as LEAD facilitator

LEAD Girls of NC appoints new directors, Shonette Lewis named as LEAD facilitator

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The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Local pastor opens conference center in memory of her father

  The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Local pastor opens conference center in memory of her father

The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: Local pastor opens conference center in memory of her father

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A prophecy and a passion for health

  A prophecy and a passion for health

A prophecy to “Keep on Running” received by Dr. Charolette Leach, First Lady of Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem, over 35 years ago revealed her passion and calling to promote health. To this day, God still speaks to her while she runs. Her master’s degree in exercise science and a personal focus on health have helped her to bring this prophecy and passion to life in Winston-Salem. 

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Who’s next to change the game?

  Who’s next to change the game?

Who’s next to change the game?

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Age-Friendly Forsyth moves to nonprofit status, hires John Lee as executive director

  Age-Friendly Forsyth moves to nonprofit status, hires John Lee as executive director

Age-Friendly Forsyth moves to nonprofit status, hires John Lee as executive director

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Looking for a volunteer opportunity? This may be just what you’re looking for!

  Looking for a volunteer opportunity? This may be just what you’re looking for!

Looking for a volunteer opportunity? This may be just what you’re looking for!

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40+ Stage Company to present ‘A Raisin in the Sun’

  40+ Stage Company to present ‘A Raisin in the Sun’

40+ Stage Company to present ‘A Raisin in the Sun’

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