House of Representative member Edward Hanes Jr. will be the keynote speaker at Quality Education Academy High School’s 2016 commencement ceremony, scheduled for 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 4.
Editorial Cartoon provided by in-house illustrator Ron Rogers
Urgent need to ban dog tethering To the Editor: The recent arrest of a Selma woman on cruelty to animals charges after police reportedly found a dead dog chained in
Another week, another round of falsehoods from Gov. Pat McCrory about HB2, the sweeping anti-LBGT law HB 2 he signed in March that is costing the state thousands of jobs and tens of millions of dollars in private investments and tourism revenue.
Celebrating Mother’s Day should be something that we do each day. [It will be on Sunday, May 8, this year.] My mother passed away many years ago now, yet I carry her spirit with me wherever I go.
The final budget proposal is set at $350 million and includes four replacement schools, two new middle schools, additions at four existing schools, a new pre-K center and adding entry-access controls at all middle schools in the county.
Triad native Imani Pressley is already making her impact on the music industry. With a Grammy and Dove Award nomination under her belt by the age of 19, she may be well on her way to being globally recognized.
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.