By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle City officials broke ground last Thursday, Feb. 18, on the District 1 police sub-station that will be on North Point Boulevard near the post office.
Above: Photo by Tevin Stinson- Hazel Mack speaks during her retirement celebration program held at The Delta Fine Arts Center on Friday, Feb. 19. Earlier this month Mack announced she will
Above: Photos by Todd Luck- Mandela Society President Nonnie Egbuna, Advisor Tripp Jeffers with members Shawn Brim, Alexis Douglas, Phyllis Elliott and Ashley Douglas, were among those involved with SciWork’s African-American
By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle State Republican lawmakers may be pleased with themselves after redrawing North Carolina’s 13-district congressional maps last week, but the N.C. NAACP is not.
Photo by Todd Luck Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ office, which was opened in Winston-Salem by supporters in January, on
Above: Superintendent Beverly Emory speaks. Some leaders are asking for a new East Winston middle school By Todd Luck The Chronicle
Above: Photo by Tevin Stinson- City Council Member Dan Besse, police Lt. Delray Anthony, community activist Yusef Suggs-el, Lt. Marcus
By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Chants of “Free Kalvin Smith Now” echoed from every corner of the Dillard Auditorium in
By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle The former FBI assistant director who reviewed the Winston-Salem Police investigation of Kalvin Michael