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Northwest Middle School receives state-of-the art learning lab

    Northwest Middle School receives state-of-the art learning lab

Thanks to an initiative sponsored by Verizon, students at Northwest Middle School now have access to a cutting edge learning lab that will introduce them to technology you don’t see in the everyday classroom. 

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Forsyth County DA announces plan to expunge records of more than 30,000

    Forsyth County DA announces plan to expunge records of more than 30,000

The Forsyth County District Attorney’s Office has announced their plan to expunge the records of more than 30,000 people for minor offenses they committed when they were teens. During a press conference last week, District Attorney Jim O’Neil said the Second Chance Act, which is also known as the “clean slate” bill, will level the playing field for people throughout Forsyth County. 

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Busta’s Buddy of the Week: Meet one of Steve Harvey’s Little Bigshots: Caleb Serrano

    Busta’s Buddy of the Week: Meet one of Steve Harvey’s Little Bigshots: Caleb Serrano

Busta’s Buddy of the Week: Meet one of Steve Harvey’s Little Bigshots: Caleb Serrano

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Winston-Salem native uses career in tennis to impact youth

  Winston-Salem native uses career in tennis to impact youth

Olander Worthy has accomplished a lot in his life, including inspiring youth to chase their dreams. As a Winston-Salem native, he is proud of where he comes from and strives to continue giving back to the next generation. Through the game of tennis, he has impacted the lives of countless kids and even his own.

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The Chronicle catches up with former sports reporter

  The Chronicle catches up with former sports reporter

The name Anthony Hill graced the pages of The Chronicle newspaper for seven years. During his tenure, he was a six-time North Carolina Press Association award winner and his impact on the paper still resonates through the halls of The Chronicle.

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Camels building on success, preparing for next level

  Camels building on success, preparing for next level

It’s a new year with new beginnings for the Atkins boys’ basketball team. After a successful spring campaign that saw the Camels capture the Western Piedmont 2A conference championship and a nice playoff run, they will now move up the ladder to 3A and hope to maintain the level of success that head coach Marlon Brim has set for Atkins.

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Eagles bring home Mary Garber championship

  Eagles bring home Mary Garber championship

The East Forsyth girls’ basketball team defeated Reagan 55-46 to win the Bell, Davis & Pitt bracket of the Mary Garber Holiday Classic. The Eagles came into the tournament as the No.1 seed in the bracket and their play throughout the tournament showed why.

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Tiger speaks about the future

  Tiger speaks about the future

Tiger Woods recently spoke about his future in golf and the hardships that he had to endure following the car crash he was in this past February. If this is the end of Woods competing at a championship level, it is truly the end of an era.

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Stacey Abrams’ governor run provides a jolt for the 2022 midterms

  Stacey Abrams’ governor run provides a jolt for the 2022 midterms

In an announcement that has provided a jolt to the 2022 midterm elections, Stacey Abrams said she’s running for governor of the Peach State.

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