The Arts Mean Business.” This is the message being delivered by The Arts Council of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, who announced it has joined the Arts & Economic Prosperity 5, a national study measuring the economic impact of nonprofit arts and culture organizations and their audiences.
While growing up in East Winston, Rayvon Mitchell always had aspirations of signing a contract to play professional football. Last weekend his wish came true.
Winston-Salem State University Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson has been appointed to serve as the representative from Region 2 on the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II Presidents Council.
On Mother’s Day, May 8, Fellowship Church, pastored by Tony Jones, will host Ms. Karen Abercrombie, who is best known for her role as Ms. Clara from the hit movie “War Room.”
Last Saturday hundreds of residents from Winston-Salem battled rain and strong winds to participate in the third annual Habitat for Humanity Hammerbird 5K.
Union Baptist Church celebrated its two day Spring Pentecost Conclave on April 27 and 28. During this year’s celebration, Union Baptist wanted to focus on its missionary work.
The missionaries of Union Baptist decided to make dresses out of pillow cases for young girls of Third World countries and disaster ridden areas.
Compassion International brings children in Third World countries together with sponsors looking to help them improve their situations. Compassion International is unique in the fact that the child and sponsor are able to communicate with one another through letters and even has an application on cell phones to allow sponsors to send messages to the children.
Chronicle graphic by Ron Rogers BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE This Saturday, dialing only seven digits to call friends or