By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle The city of Winston-Salem Community and Business Development department will be offering a free business training course at the Carl H. Russell Sr.
Bishop Sheldon M. McCarter, pastor of Greater Cleveland Avenue Christian Church, takes time to take a selfie with the 60 girls who participated in “Treat Her Like A Queen.” Girls
Our series on an Oct. 20 lawsuit against the Forsyth County Clerk of Court’s Office, a local attorney and others, alleging that a $1.4 million estate belonging to a retired
Photo provided by Patrice Toney Patrice Toney meets with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry of the U.S. Episcopal Church while she was in Washington, D.C., to see him installed as the
Above: Mayor Allen Joines Mayor Allen Joines’ Winston-Salem Poverty Thought Force is looking to the public for ideas to reduce
Above: Photo by Tevin Stinson- Members of the Community School Bond Coalition sat down with Superintendent Emory Beverly and members
Above: Photos by Tori P. Haynesworth- City Council handles several items during its meeting on Nov. 2. By Tori P.
By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle It has been known for years. Winston-Salem has a bad poverty problem. Indeed, when
Above: WSSU photos- Over 400 students gather around the clock tower on the campus of Winston-Salem State University for a
Above: Susan Frye, Forsyth County Clerk of Superior Court By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle Copyright © 2015 by The