Chartwells School Dining Services, the company that serves breakfast and lunch to over 2.3 million school children each day, and Winston Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WSFCS) will offer free breakfast and lunch to all children in the community during the summer months.
A new locally produced program focused on African issues and those of the African diaspora worldwide began Wednesday, June 1, on WSNC-FM 90.5 at 7 p.m.
UNITY (United neighbors involved in transforming Youth) Neighborhood Association has been awarded a $5,000 grant by Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods.
The Winston-Salem State University (WSSU ) Department of Athletics is proud to announce that 92 student-athletes finished the spring semester and were recognized on the Dean’s List.
Local minister, author and educator Alicia M. Bailey has written a Christian book titled “God’s Fresh Air.”
Dr. Jon Sensbach, teacher of early American history at the University of Florida and the author of Rebecca’s Revival: Creating Black Christianity in the Atlantic World and A Separate Caanan: The Making of an Afro-Moravian World in North Carolina; will lecture at Trinity Moravian Church during the 250th anniversary if Salem.
President Barack Obama called Sunday’s mass shooting at a gay club in Orlando, Florida, an “act of terror and an act of hate.”
Across the United States, people are gathering at vigils honoring the victims of a shooting attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando that left 50 people dead and 53 wounded.
Hearts were heavy in many of the citizens of Louisville when it was announced that their hometown hero, boxing great Muhammad Ali, had died at the age of 74 in a Phoenix, Arizona hospital Friday, June 3, from complications relating to Parkinson’s disease, bringing to a close his most challenging fight.
I have been blessed to watch and gain awareness from the light of Muhammad Ali from the time it was a blinding flash, a sunny beam of hope, to the long stretch during which time it flickered and shook, and then, last week, when it was extinguished.