The Winston-Salem Black Business Chamber of Commerce (WSBBC) is looking to grow and connect with more black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs in the area. That was the census following a small
Community leaders call for economic boycott following police shootings BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE While many people across the nation came together in solidarity following the police shootings of Alton
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Teen Lawn Care program, operated by UNITY Neighborhood Association, is reaching its full stride. The program, which was funded by Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods (NBN)
Changes announced during first annual meeting under CEO James Perry BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE The evening was bittersweet during the Winston-Salem Urban League’s annual meeting held inside the Novant
Photo by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Whole Man Ministries is continuing its efforts to expand its program
BNC Bancorp, the parent company of Bank of North Carolina, has been recognized as one of the best performing regional banks in the United States in 2015, according to SNL Financial.
Johnson’s clothing line, 21Ray’s exploded on to the scene last Thursday evening during a fashion show held at Quality Education Academy (QEA), where Johnson has been a student since middle school.
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.
Alan Caldwell will soon retire after making his mark as head of civic engagement at Reynolds American Inc.
After completing his tenure as Superintendent of Guilford County Schools, Maurice “Mo” Green officially assumed his role as executive director of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation.