Posts From Todd Luck

Forsyth’s first black deputy remembered

    Forsyth’s first black deputy remembered

Alston Family Photo BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Eldridge Alston, Forsyth County’s first black deputy, was remembered as a trailblazer who rose to the top ranks of his profession at

Read Full Article

New bus routes are here

    New bus routes are here

Photo by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The biggest overhaul of bus routes in Winston-Salem Transit Authority history began on Monday, Jan. 2. While the rest of the

Read Full Article

Family of teenager fatally shot on Christmas Eve raising money for his funeral

    Family of teenager fatally shot on Christmas Eve raising money for his funeral

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE After a tragic Christmas Eve shooting that left a 19 year-old man dead, an online fundraiser is trying to help his family with funeral expenses.

Read Full Article

Commissioners to vote on bonds for maintenance needs

    Commissioners to vote on bonds for maintenance needs

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE In their first meeting of 2017, Forsyth County commissioners will be voting on $21.8 million in bonds for maintenance needs of county government, local schools

Read Full Article

Marshall: Minorities need fairness

    Marshall: Minorities need fairness

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE As Forsyth County moved forward on its first allocation of voter-approved bond funds, Commissioner Walter

Read Full Article

Part of Maple Street renamed for Earline Parmon

    Part of Maple Street renamed for Earline Parmon

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The late Earline Parmon, a local lawmaker and community organizer, now officially has a road

Read Full Article

City beginning new program for immigrants and refugees

    City beginning new program for immigrants and refugees

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Winston-Salem will be providing services to help immigrants and refugees through its Building Integrated Communities

Read Full Article

City OKs New Hope aid, hears sanctuary city request

    City OKs New Hope aid, hears sanctuary city request

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE An appeal for Winston-Salem to become a sanctuary city and approving help for New Hope

Read Full Article

Fighting to remain open

    Fighting to remain open

Photos by Todd Luck Job of historic visually impaired person in jeopardy BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE IFB Solutions (formerly

Read Full Article

Construction of new Lowrance school, other bond projects to start in 2017

    Construction of new Lowrance school, other bond projects to start in 2017

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE County bonds projects will begin next year with the construction of a new Lowrance Middle

Read Full Article

Search wschronicle.com

Featured Sponsor

Subscribe to Daily Digital

Categories

Archives

More Sponsors