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Heartfelt tributes pour in after the passing of Mrs. Paulette Lewis-Moore

    Heartfelt tributes pour in after the  passing of Mrs. Paulette Lewis-Moore

A Legend. A Jewel. A Sweet Beautiful Soul. An Angel On Earth. Those were just a few of the words used to describe Paulette Lewis-Moore. Moore, a longtime member of The Chronicle staff, passed away last week.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Local police officer creates autism patch to raise funds for Special Olympics

    Busta’s Person of the Week:  Local police officer creates autism patch to raise funds  for Special Olympics

Busta’s Person of the Week: Local police officer creates autism patch to raise funds for Special Olympics

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7,500 appointments available at joint vaccination event planned for April 10

    7,500 appointments available at joint vaccination event planned for April 10

Forsyth County Department of Public Health, Novant Health, and Wake Forest Baptist Health will hold a mass COVID-19 vaccination event for individuals 18 years of age and older on Saturday, April 10. The event will be held at two locations: the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Education Building and Novant Health’s mass vaccination site at Hanes Mall.

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Crisis Control partners with HARRY to provide food for vets

    Crisis Control partners with HARRY to provide food for vets

Crisis Control partners with HARRY to provide food for vets

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Fishing event looks to bring fathers and sons together

  Fishing event looks to bring fathers and sons together

On Saturday, April 17, the B. Positive Movement, a local non-profit designed to help young people reach their full potential, is inviting men and boys to pull out their fishing rods and make their way to Kernersville Lake for the Fathers & Sons Great Fishing Experience.

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Women’s stories underscore importance of CSEM research

  Women’s stories underscore importance of CSEM research

Women’s stories underscore importance of CSEM research

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Happy Hill Gardens launches Open-Documentary Project

  Happy Hill Gardens launches Open-Documentary Project

Happy Hill Gardens Neighborhood Association and Rising Ebenezer Baptist Church are pleased to announce the official launch of Happy Hill Gardens’ Open-Documentary Project.

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Hazel Mack’s passion for justice started with the Black Panther Party

  Hazel Mack’s passion for justice started with the Black Panther Party

The name Hazel Mack is well known throughout the city of Winston-Salem and across the state for many things: her work as an attorney with Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC), a statewide nonprofit that provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income people; founding Carter G. Woodson School; serving as director of outreach of Wake Forest School of Law; and a host of other accomplishments. When discussing her journey through life, Mack said everything she’s achieved in life was set in motion in the summer of 1969 when decided to join the Winston-Salem chapter of the Black Panther Party (BPP).

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Jones dedicates court in honor of her late grandparents

  Jones dedicates court in honor of her late grandparents

Jones dedicates court in honor of her late grandparents

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Foundation renews grant support for creative solutions to transportation challenges

  Foundation renews grant  support for creative solutions to transportation challenges

The Winston-Salem Foundation has made six grants totaling $169,600 to support creative solutions to local transportation challenges. These grants were made using a participatory grantmaking approach in which the majority of the decision-making committee was comprised by two audiences: residents with lived experience and those with expertise in local transportation issues.

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