Budget would raise city’s minimum wage to $10.40 but could also raise taxes BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE A potential raise of up to 4 percent for non-public safety employees
Williams/Amer BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE A new community center and businesses will be coming to Patterson Avenue after the Winston-Salem City Council approved a rezoning request at its Monday,
WF/FCS photos Carlson Greene greets Keith Penn, of the Winston Salem State University MSEN Pre-college program, at the Community Fair section of the I AAM program. BY KIM UNDERWOOD WINSTON-SALEM/FORSYTH
Jenkins/Kraft SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Dionne Jenkins is now the general counsel for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, and Andrew Kraft will serve the district as the interim director of accountability services.
CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT Los Angeles police say they’re looking into a threat made via Twitter to a family member of
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Forsyth Tech has launched a new website that has been redesigned to transform the user experience.
Forsyth Tech photo Forsyth Technical Community College’s Computer Technology students workedon multiple computers simultaneously to keep up with demand during
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem Bicycle and Pedestrian Program is sponsoring a four-week education and enforcement campaign to promote
Simms BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Last week, Institute Fellow at the Urban Institute in Washington, D.C. Margaret C. Simms