Special to The Chronicle More than 100 members of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Greek-Letter Organizations were decked out their respective organization colors for the National Pan-Hellenic Council 86th Anniversary on Sunday,
Special to The Chronicle On May 1, The Rev. Dr. Joseph Jones retired as pastor of Zion Memorial Baptist Church. He had been pastor since 1981. Rev. Dr. Serenus Churn
Cleanup efforts continue at the historic Happy Hill Cemetery after a recent storm hit the area hard.
A short ballot with important votes awaits voters during the June 7 primary. The race for the fifth district, N.C. Supreme Court, and a re-do of the extremely close South Ward City Council race are on the ballot for the second primary.
Forsyth County Board of Elections Director Tim Tsujii outlined the long process for getting new voting machines with Forsyth County commissioners on Thursday, May 19.
A Forsyth Tech aviation center at the Smith Reynolds Airport, SciWorks relocating downtown, and a new or renovated courthouse were among the bond possibilities Forsyth County commissioners heard on Thursday, May 19.
The Happy Hill Neighborhood Association (HHNA) held a celebration of Happy Hill’s 200th Anniversary at Sims Recreation Center.
Alan Caldwell will soon retire after making his mark as head of civic engagement at Reynolds American Inc.
A UPS Store joined many other new businesses in a downtown building that’s seen new life recently.
Winston-Salem is currently far short of its job growth goal of becoming one of the top 50 metropolitan areas in the country by 2020, according to a State of the Community presentation on Tuesday, May 17.