By Todd Luck The Chronicle The Internal Revenue Service is warning consumers to be weary of scam artists posing as charities that are helping with flood recovery in South
Special to The Chronicle As cleanup from the devastating floods throughout the Carolinas continues, there’s a new hazard to consider for used car buyers, according to AAA Carolinas. Buyers need to
MSNBC national correspondent takes part in weeklong WFU residency By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Joy-Ann Reid, MSNBC national correspondent, took part in a weeklong residency hosted by the Anna Julia Cooper Center
Photo by Donna Rogers Habitat International CEO Jonathan Reckford speaks at the dedication service for Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County’s dedication of its new campus on Oct. 20. Chronicle
By Ashlea Jones For The Chronicle Habitat for Humanity dedicates two houses to new Habitat homeowners in an unprecedented
By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle The Enterprise Conference and Banquet Center, located at 1922 South Martin Luther King Jr.
By Tori P. Haynesworth For The Chronicle A meeting was held at the Old Hickory Council on Tuesday, Oct.
By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education has named Lida Calvert-Hayes the person to replace Jeannie Metcalf,
Chronicle Staff Report Phone numbers in the Triad are dwindling. This has led the North Carolina Utilities Commission to order
By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Last month, Jeannie Metcalf, a member of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools board, abruptly stepped down