In photo above: Playwright Samm-Art Williams Playwright to be in Winston-Salem for reading Special to The Chronicle Project1VOICE, a national organization whose mission is to strengthen and promote African-American theater
In photo above: (L to R) Tamir Glenn, Kayla Smith, and Marlene Tellez were the recipients of the I’m T.O.U.G.H scholarships presented by India Reaves a Carver High School alumnus
In photo above: The Cleveland Avenue Transformation Team (CATT) received honors at the “We’ve Got Roots” celebration. (Submitted photo) By Felecia Piggott-Long, Ph. D. For The Chronicle More than 150
In photo above: Cancer survivor Savion Littlejohn helped coach his teammates to victory during the tournament. He has no doubt in his mind he will be back on the field
In photo above: Sterling Swaim, left, an organizer of the event, introduces sponsors at the ground-breaking ceremony as Councilman Derwin
In photo above: Dejur McDean, Chanze Blacknall, Suzanne Leyva, Forrest Henderson, Annie Simeon and Miaysha Bryant, are seniors at Parkland
In photo above: High school seniors within the Black Achievers Program were recognized for their scholastic achievement on May 14.
Chronicle Staff Report After a roundtable discussion on child hunger at Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, U.S.
Special to The Chronicle The American Red Cross seeks eligible donors to give blood in honor of World Blood Donor
In photo above: The Rev. Roger E. Hayes Special to The Chronicle The Rev. Roger E. Hayes, senior pastor