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Make sure your vote counts. Absentee ballots now require copy of photo ID

    Make sure your vote counts. Absentee ballots now require copy of photo ID

Make sure your vote counts. Absentee ballots now require copy of photo ID

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RiverRun to present special one-time-only free screening of ‘Sidney’

    RiverRun to present special one-time-only free screening of ‘Sidney’

RiverRun International Film Festival will host a special one-time screening of “Sidney,” an acclaimed documentary from producer Oprah Winfrey about the life and career of Sidney Poitier, on Sunday, Feb. 18, at 3 p.m. at Marketplace Cinemas in Winston-Salem.

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Fresh Wind Fellowship holds first service in their own building

    Fresh Wind Fellowship holds first service in their own building

Fresh Wind Fellowship holds first service in their own building

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Emmanuel Baptist Church celebrates the 2nd Pastoral Anniversary of Rev. Dr. Herbert Miller II

  Emmanuel Baptist Church celebrates the 2nd Pastoral Anniversary of Rev. Dr. Herbert Miller II

On Friday, Feb. 16, through Sunday, Feb. 18, the Emmanuel Baptist Church family will celebrate Dr. Herbert Miller’s second Pastoral Anniversary.

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The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: The Office Geeks, LLC, helps businesses stay competitive and successful through its virtual services

  The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: The Office Geeks, LLC, helps businesses stay competitive and successful through its virtual services

The Chronicle’s Business of the Month: The Office Geeks, LLC, helps businesses stay competitive and successful through its virtual services

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R.J. Reynolds High School Sports Hall of Fame announces 2024 inductees for 13th class

  R.J. Reynolds High School Sports Hall of Fame announces 2024 inductees for 13th class

R.J. Reynolds High School Sports Hall of Fame announces 2024 inductees for 13th class

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Commentary: Will NIL agreements create an uneven system in college athletics? It’s too early to tell

  Commentary: Will NIL agreements create an uneven system in college athletics? It’s too early to tell

Commentary: Will NIL agreements create an uneven system in college athletics? It’s too early to tell

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Are you ready to take the leap and date again?

  Are you ready to take the leap and date again?

Are you ready to take the leap and date again?

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Your love story could win you prize in WTOB’s Valentine’s Contest

  Your love story could win you prize in WTOB’s Valentine’s Contest

Think your love story is one for the ages? Is it funny? Touching? Unique? Then submit it to WTOB’s Valentine’s Contest and you may win the grand prize! Submit your story to cupid@wtob980.com or mail to WTOB Valentine Date Night, 615 N. Trade Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 no later than Feb. 9. Be sure to include your name, email and phone number. 

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