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Glenn turns around slumping season

    Glenn turns around slumping season

Initially, it appeared that the season would be a bust for Glenn. But now, the Bobcats have created a big buzz in junior varsity football. Glenn stumbled out of the

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Local team medals at Special Olympics golf competition

    Local team medals at  Special Olympics golf competition

Forsyth County Special Olympic athlete Matthew Smitherman and his partner,  Lawrence Blume, brought home a bronze medal at the 2012 Special Olympics North America Golf Invitational Tournament, which was played

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Duke, NCCU match-ups to continue

    Duke, NCCU match-ups to continue

  Duke University got the best of North Carolina Central University during the Sept. 8 Bull City Gridiron Classic. The Blue Devils, playing at their Wallace Wade Stadium, beat the

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Pastor to rock Gospel Fest stage

    Pastor to rock Gospel Fest stage

Grosjean L. Stephens, pastor of Cornerstone of Faith Ministries, will be among the performers at Gospel Fest at the Dixie Classic Fair. The event, sponsored by The Chronicle, will be

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N.C. Central ranked among top HBCUs

    N.C. Central ranked  among top HBCUs

North Carolina Central University remained in the top tier of public universities in U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 rankings

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Midget players have lofty goals

    Midget players have lofty goals

Even though the Northwest Midget Football League season is well underway, T’Marko Chandler and Trejon Simpson look forward to getting

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Early season struggle for ’Jackets

    Early season struggle for ’Jackets

Win-loss records don’t always tell the whole story. Case in point: Carver’s JV football team. At the mid-point of the

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Chief Wants to Hear From You

    Chief Wants to Hear From You

As a community newspaper, The Chronicle is used to, and proudly so, being a sounding board for our readers. And

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Civil Rights Museum to host Human Rights film fest

    Civil Rights Museum to host Human Rights film fest

Special to The Chronicle The International Civil Rights Center & Museum,  134 South Elm St., will host the Human Rights

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Ms. 1,000: Andrea Beck reaches a volleyball feat

    Ms. 1,000: Andrea Beck reaches a volleyball feat

Special to The Chronicle Winston-Salem’s own Andrea Beck broke the 1,000 career kills mark on Saturday as Wake Forest defeated

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