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(pictured above: Wake Forest University School of Law Dean Blake Morant holds his Man of the Year award and Woman of the Year winner Twana Wellman-Roebuck poses with Florence Corpening, a former Woman of the Year.)
The Chronicle’s Ernie Pitt gives the School of the Year award to Atkins Principal Joe Childers.
Dr. Elva Jones accepts her Lifetime Achievement award.
Cotton Conrad accepts a Lifetime Achievement award on behalf of her husband, Jim.
Russell Funeral Home’s Carmen and Cedric Russell present Billie Matthews with her Lifetime Achievement award.
Mechanics & Farmers’ Evelyn Acree (left) and HanesBrands’ Cheryl Lindsay present the Church of the Year award to James Paul, the new pastor of New Jerusalem Baptist.
The Twin City Quarter’s Eddie Wicks presents the Organization of the Year award to Clarence McKee, president of the Social Promoters.
Social worker Carmelita Coleman accepts her Special Recognition award.
Attorney Carrie Vickery accepts her Special Recognition award.
Chronicle Publisher Ernie Pitt and Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center’s Marshall Jeffries present a Special Recognition award to police officer Tim Wilson.
Eddie Bines Jr. accepts the Curator of the African American Arts award from the W-S Transit Authority’s Tina Carson-Wilkins.
Food Lion’s Garland Scarboro presents the Business of the Year Award to Christopher Megginson, owner of Carolina’s Vineyards and Hops.
W-S Human Relations Commission Director Wanda Allen-Abraha (left) presents the Human Relations award to Yvette Stackhouse of Legal Aid of NC’s Winston-Salem Office.
City takes precautionary measuresPhoto by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE After missing a fuel delivery earlier this week because of the Colonial Pipeline Co. oil spill in Alabama, Winston-Salem city officials...
Kennedy High reconstruction going inside and outPhoto by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE A lot has changed at Kennedy High School since 2010. That year Carter High School, which serves Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ special...