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OP:ED – Independence Day: Should we celebrate Juneteenth or the Fourth of July? Or both or neither?

    OP:ED – Independence Day: Should we celebrate Juneteenth or the  Fourth of July? Or both or neither?

By Felecia Piggott-Anderson For The Chronicle The celebration of the Fourth of July 2022 is especially problematic for all Americans in light of policing problems, the believed shortage of independence

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WSSU, other HBCUs are rolling steady

    WSSU, other HBCUs are rolling steady

By John Railey A recent front-page story in the New York Times confirmed what’s long been known on the WSSU campus: There’s a lot to like about HBCUs. In the

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Busta’s Person of the Week: Winston-Salem native Katlin Sherman is training for the Olympic Trials

    Busta’s Person of the Week: Winston-Salem native Katlin Sherman is training for  the Olympic Trials

Katlin Sherman, track superstar

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Busta’s Organization of the Week: Teaching scholars the love of reading

    Busta’s Organization of the Week: Teaching scholars the love of reading

By Busta Brown For The Chronicle   If you’re looking for something fun and exciting for youth this summer, Freedom School is exactly that. When kids tap into their imagination,

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Summers named assistant coach at Toccoa Falls College

  Summers named assistant coach at Toccoa Falls College

By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle  After a few years away from the court, Winston-Salem native Javon Summers is returning to

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QEA to bring middle school football to county

  QEA to bring middle school football  to county

By Timothy Ramsey The Chronicle One thing missing from Forsyth County sports has been middle school football. Many of the

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Antwan Hughes Jr. making his mark on the field and the track

  Antwan Hughes Jr. making his mark on the  field and the track

By Timothy Ramsey The Chronicle Everyone has heard the old saying that you can’t teach speed. For Antwan Hughes Jr.,

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Letters to the Editor

  Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

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Soul food restaurant owner opens up about business and announces new location

  Soul food restaurant owner opens up about business and announces new location

Sonya Waddell opened Simply Soul restaurant in March of 2012. Over the next decade, she built the business into a staple in the Black community. Now she is opening a second location, named Simply Sonya’s, and hopes this one brings just as much success as the first

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Gateway Nature Preserve Community Day on Sunday offers activities for both kids and adults

By Cornelia W. Barr The Gateway Nature Preserve is a 19-acre urban nature preserve next to Washington Park, dedicated to

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