SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem State University Department of Athletics has named Eboni Graham as the new coach of the Powerhouse of Red & White Cheerleaders at WSSU. “I
Last Sunday, on Mother’s Day, Karen Abercrombie, who played Ms. Clara in the movie “War Room,” joined Fellowship Church in its Mother’s Day service.
The Presbyterian Women of Dellabrook Presbyterian Church, 115 Dellabrook Road, will observe their annual Women’s Day on Sunday, May 15, at 11 a.m. The speaker for the morning will be Dr. Toni Sims-Muhammad.
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan is coming to Winston-Salem May 21-22 to keynote a national fund raising effort to help establish and construct the Fuller & Dudley Entrepreneurship Museum.
When Dr. Sylvia Flack agreed to return to her alma mater, Winston-Salem State University, in 1989 as dean of health sciences, she had only planned to stay one year. Earlier this month, more than 25 years later, Flack officially announced her retirement from WSSU.
The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina is looking for partners to help run the Winston Lake branch on Waterworks Road that serves those who live in the East Winston community.
Entitled “Ordinary Injustice,” the film documents the mishandling of Smith’s case, who is serving a 29-year sentence for the brutal assault of Jill Marker at the Silk Plant Forest store in December of 1977 that left her with brain damage.
The board of directors of Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County announces the appointment of Michael Campbell as its new Executive Director/CEO, effective July 5. He succeeds Sylvia Oberle, who is retiring after leading the agency for the past 10 years.
Eboo Patel, a leading voice for interfaith cooperation and the founder and president of Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), will deliver Wake Forest University’s commencement address on Monday, May 16.
Approximately 1,300 Forsyth Tech students will earn associate degrees, certificates and diplomas that signify completion of their programs of study during the 2016 commencement exercises, a five percent increase in the number of graduates compared to 2015.