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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.


Buy Black! Holiday Market opens in Winston-Salem

    Buy Black! Holiday Market opens in Winston-Salem

Atkins Community Development Corporation and The Green House Village Market are sponsoring a BUY BLACK! Holiday Market opening Friday, Oct. 23, and continuing every weekend through Dec. 19 at The Enterprise Center, 1922 S. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive in Winston Salem.

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IFB Solutions earns 14th National Employment Growth award

    IFB Solutions earns 14th National Employment Growth award

IFB Solutions earns 14th National Employment Growth award

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Winston-Salem Writers and Bookmarks launch 2020 Flying South with readings by selected authors

    Winston-Salem Writers and  Bookmarks launch 2020 Flying South with readings by  selected authors

Winston-Salem Writers and Bookmarks launch 2020 Flying South with readings by selected authors

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WS/FCS considering delaying phased restart

  WS/FCS considering delaying phased restart

Today the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education will decide whether to delay the phased re-entry plans for students or go forward with the plan that would put some students in classrooms as early as next week. The motion to delay the restart came just days after Superintendent Dr. Angela Hairston, who recommended the restart plan, announced her resignation.

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Peace treaty holding firm

  Peace treaty holding firm

Originally there was an agreement for three weeks of peace between the Latin gangs in the southeast region of the city. Now that we have seen almost two months of nonviolence, the peace treaty is giving birth to additional opportunities in the area.

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Record number of voters in N.C. cast ballots early

  Record number of voters in N.C. cast ballots early

Record number of voters in N.C. cast ballots early

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Busta’s Person of the Week: “I’m a thriver and survivor of domestic violence, not a victim.”

  Busta’s Person of the Week: “I’m a thriver and survivor of domestic violence, not a victim.”

Busta’s Person of the Week: “I’m a thriver and survivor of domestic violence, not a victim.”

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Lady Bobcats find new leader for basketball team

  Lady Bobcats find new leader for basketball team

Glenn High School has been on the hunt for a girls’ basketball coach ever since Melvin Heggie resigned and took the same position at Quality Education Academy (QEA). After an extensive search, the Bobcats have chosen Vontreece Hayes to take over the program.

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LeBron gets ring #4

  LeBron gets ring #4

LeBron gets ring #4

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