Linda Sutton, a member of the Community Mobilization Committee, discusses the importance of the upcoming elections during a meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 2, at Emmanuel Baptist Church. Over two dozen
BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE The students at the three major colleges in Winston-Salem are rallying together to educate the community on the Kalvin Michael Smith case. On Wednesday, Feb.
Above: Attorney Bryan C. Thompson BY CASH MICHAELS FOR THE CHRONICLE Will the lawsuit alleging fraud on the part of an estate guardian and Forsyth County Clerk of Superior Court go
Scott Sewell, WSPF President BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE The new Winston-Salem Police Foundation is part of Chief Barry Rountree’s three-year plan to create organizations that will provide tools, training,
Hall of Famer Andre Dawson delivers the keynote address during the Hot Stove Banquet and Auction on Thursday, Feb. 4.
The right to vote is guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution. The complicated voting system we have today is not. Where
The chickens in front of Roy Cooper’s office are there to symbolize how he as a candidate is afraid (chicken)
HENRY PANKEY GUEST COLUMNIST “From kindergarten to 12th grade, students attend school 13,000 hours, yet they only receive two days
BY CASH MICHAELS If one wondered why State Attorney General Roy Cooper has consistently ignored challenges by Durham attorney Ken
Photo by Timothy Ramsey Avery B. Hall Sr. of Winston-Salem accepts his Rhythms of Triumph award for his work in