(Above: Experiment in Self Reliance is one of the grant recipients) Grant recipients to be honored The Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI) awarded $15,000 in grants in late 2014 from the
William “Bill” Hayes of Winston-Salem along with Evainna Ross of Greensboro, and George W. Clopton of High Point were honored at the 15th annual McDonald’s Rhythms of Triumph awards Friday, Jan. 30 at the Greensboro Coliseum.
The former location of Kroger and Harris Teeter grocery store on Jonestown Road in Winston-Salem has been transformed. Universal Storage Solutions has transformed the former 53,000-square-foot Harris Teeter grocery space
In photo: A view of the kitchen in one of the units. Photo by Chanel Davis A local nonprofit is putting the finishing touches on a project it’s been working on for
Chronicle Staff Report Annika Archie and Dara Silver have been awarded this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Young Dreamer Awards
(pictured above: Dr. Walter Bumphus speaks.) Born into a family of 10 children with parents who didn’t finish high school, Dr.
(Above: Photo by Kenneth Branson, Mastermind Productions Jason Jowers is presented with the award by Shirley Arlington of the North
(pictured above: Konnoak students line up to say goodbye to Denise McCoy.) By Kim Underwood Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Friday, Dec.
The Associated Press RALEIGH (AP) — The slate of laws taking effect in North Carolina with the new year includes