They say one of the best ways to begin a political career is to run for the school board. Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education member Mark Johnson appears to
Not pursuing charges in Scott death undermines trust in justice system To the Editor: Use of deadly force against African-Americans and other minorities by law enforcement remains a crisis across
Mica James Guest Columnist My maternal grandmother passed away close to Easter and, as death usually does, it created a new normal for me. Much of my life was consumed
James A. Haught Guest Columnist Overwhelmingly, 81 percent of white evangelicals voted for Donald Trump – a twice-divorced vulgarian who
Ramon P. Llamas Guest Columnist Holiday meals can be healthy as well as satisfying We all know what November means:
While national and state elections still hang in the balance in some respects, the election for the new officers of
New officers of the Winston-Salem Chapter of the NAACP have been elected. Linda Sutton’s name was not on the ballot.
Voting is over, now what? We need to pray To the Editor: Prior to the election, we were urged not