In an effort to reach those in the neighborhood around it, Diggs Memorial United Holy Church helped stage the first ever Community Block Festival on Saturday. The festival offered a
Nationally, laws denying people with felony convictions the right to vote are keeping an estimated 5.85 million people from the polls though they have already paid their debts to society,
The sea of gravel and construction machines adjacent to the Piedmont Triad Research Park (PTRP) near the union of Business 40 and Highway 52 won’t stay an eyesore for long.
Hundreds of women and men from across the state convened at the Benton Convention Center Sept. 6-9 for the 111th Grand Session of the Order of the Eastern Star. The
Salvation Army resident Ella Crosby has only been homeless for 30 days, but the city native said her month on
Though Hispanics make up nearly 15 percent of Winston-Salem’s total population (according to recent Census figures), Mexican-American David Navarro says
Church takes over popular outdoor downtown venue By Layla Garms The Chronicle Members of Mount Sinai Full Gospel Deliverance Center
For 23 years, Dorothy Brown’s home has been her pride and joy. “I really wanted a place to call my