By John Davenport, Guest Columnist A recent story caught my eye. It addressed the evolution of career and technical education in the local high schools, particularly in the areas of
More than 1,000 Christians and Muslims attended the historical morning worship service at Emmanuel Baptist Church on Sunday, May 22, during which the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan brought the morning message.
Erika James, Dean of Goizueta Business School at Emory University, told the Salem College Class of 2016 last Saturday morning to always bet on themselves.
A black tie gala was held in honor of the legendary founder of Dudley products, Joe L. Dudley Sr., and late Chicago-based business tycoon and civic leader, S.B. Fuller, on Sunday May, 22.
The gymnasium of Carter G. Woodson School (CGWS) was filled with fun and excitement last Friday night as dozens came out to celebrate the school’s 19th anniversary.
Many people in the community are affected by mental health issues in some way. A friend, loved one, or colleague probably has struggled with a disorder at some point in time.
Last weekend elected officials and other community leaders unveiled a historic marker honoring a library branch that was built to serve the East Winston community more than 60 years ago.
Illustration by Ron Rogers for The Chronicle
Many in Winston-Salem are still stinging over the loss of Alma Adams as your representative and having her replaced with Virginia Foxx.
For any American under 35 years old, they’ve spent their entire lives under a system where all the economic gains have gone to those who need them the least.