Carol Wilson of the Circles Program, left, introduces two participants – Crishanna Cannon, left, and Denise Terry – at The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem’s 10th annual luncheon on Tuesday, Nov.
To the Editor: From the beginning, the North Carolina Black Repertory Company (NCBRC) has used theatre to give back to the community. Every two years, the NCBRC hosts the National
To the Editor: I am at a loss for words that black preachers allowed [GOP presidential candidate] Donald Trump to expose our vulnerability over a meeting and a press conference.
by Denise Hartsfield Guest Columnist Attorney H. Glenn Davis blazed many trails as an attorney in Winston-Salem. Dickey Woods, former Register of Deeds and longtime face in the Forsyth County
Photo by Cash Michaels N.C. NAACP President Rev. William Barber II, center. surrounded by Democracy N.C. Director Bob Hall, left,
Most City Council members file to run for their seats Chronicle Staff Report Sen. Paul Lowe Jr., a Democrat, has
Submitted photo Thousands showed up to see the quarterfinal matchup between cross-town rivals East Forsyth and West Forsyth on Friday,
Submitted photo Students on the campus of Winston-Salem State University accepted the challenge from The Bethesda Center to sleep outside
Photo by Tevin Stinson Capt. W.S. Weaver, left, and Lt. Mike Cardwell, right, sit down with business owners in the