Posts From WS Chronicle

First black WFU student returning

    First black WFU student returning

In 1962, a Ghana native named Ed Reynolds became the first black full-time undergraduate student to attend Wake Forest University. On Friday, Sept. 21, Reynolds will come back to campus to

Read Full Article

Get free flu shots starting Oct. 1

    Get free flu shots starting Oct. 1

Join the Forsyth County Department of Public Health, 799 N. Highland Ave., in their fight against the flu. The department will give free flu vaccinations from Monday, Oct. 1 –Wednesday,

Read Full Article

FMC’s Angelou Center summit to look at women’s health issues

Beginning on Thursday, Sept. 27, the Maya Angelou Center for Women’s Health and Wellness at Forsyth Medical Center will hold a three-day international summit focusing on contemporary issues affecting women’s and

Read Full Article

N.C. Central ranked among top HBCUs

    N.C. Central ranked  among top HBCUs

North Carolina Central University remained in the top tier of public universities in U.S. News & World Report’s 2013 rankings of the nation’s best historically black colleges and universities. In

Read Full Article

Pilot will be feted for making history

    Pilot will be feted for making history

Family, friends and others will honor Cedrick Jessup on Sept. 29 during an event at the Cross Creek Country Club,

Read Full Article

Midget players have lofty goals

    Midget players have lofty goals

Even though the Northwest Midget Football League season is well underway, T’Marko Chandler and Trejon Simpson look forward to getting

Read Full Article

Early season struggle for ’Jackets

    Early season struggle for ’Jackets

Win-loss records don’t always tell the whole story. Case in point: Carver’s JV football team. At the mid-point of the

Read Full Article

Chief Wants to Hear From You

    Chief Wants to Hear From You

As a community newspaper, The Chronicle is used to, and proudly so, being a sounding board for our readers. And

Read Full Article

Civil Rights Museum to host Human Rights film fest

    Civil Rights Museum to host Human Rights film fest

Special to The Chronicle The International Civil Rights Center & Museum,  134 South Elm St., will host the Human Rights

Read Full Article

Ms. 1,000: Andrea Beck reaches a volleyball feat

    Ms. 1,000: Andrea Beck reaches a volleyball feat

Special to The Chronicle Winston-Salem’s own Andrea Beck broke the 1,000 career kills mark on Saturday as Wake Forest defeated

Read Full Article

Search wschronicle.com

Featured Sponsor

Receive Chronicle Updates

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Categories

Archives

More Sponsors