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Cook students getting professional help with science fair projects

    Cook students getting professional help with science fair projects

Recently, about 20 students – each accompanied by a parent or grandparent – gathered in a classroom at Cook Elementary School for an after school workshop that was centered around

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

The following is an open letter to Gov. Perdue from Chronicle Publisher Ernie Pitt urging the governor to pardon the Wilmington Ten. Please Pardon Dear Gov. Beverly Eaves Perdue: I

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Longtime City budget director retiring

    Longtime City budget director retiring

City Manager Lee Garrity has announced that Ann Jones, the longest-serving budget and evaluation director in city history, will retire Nov. 30. Garrity named Ben Rowe, the deputy director of

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NBA star again treats seniors to holiday meal

    NBA star again treats seniors to holiday meal

The Josh Howard Foundation continued its annual tradition last week of treating senior citizens to a free holiday meal. Tickets were given to about 200 local seniors, entitling them to

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Presidential inauguration tickets may be requested

    Presidential inauguration tickets may be requested

Tickets to President Barack Obama’s second inauguration are available through the office of Fifth Congressional District Rep. Virginia Foxx and

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A&T, UNCG to hold joint MLK event

    A&T, UNCG to hold joint MLK event

Unity, diversity and fiscal responsibility are the key messages as UNCG and N.C. A&T collaborate on a 2013 Martin Luther

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Street to be named for Tony Burton

    Street to be named for Tony Burton

Dr. Tony L. Burton, the CEO of Northwest Child Development Centers Inc., will be honored early next month for his

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Talented groups to perform

    Talented groups to perform

Special to the Chronicle The Voices of God’s Children of Winston-Salem and the Voices of Eden of UNC Charlotte will

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WSSU’s Howell spends time at U.S. Olympics headquarters

    WSSU’s Howell spends time at U.S. Olympics headquarters

Special to The Chronicle Evanna Howell, a senior sport management major at Winston-Salem State University (WSSU), was one of 15

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After school program offers abstinence lessons

    After school program offers abstinence lessons

The Goler Institute for Development & Education (GIDE) Youth Education Academy (YEA) is facilitating a series of classes about adolescent

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