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.
A UPS Store joined many other new businesses in a downtown building that’s seen new life recently.
Community and business leaders along with graduating high school seniors were recognized at the 19th annual Winston Lake Family YMCA Black Achievers Gala at the Hawthorne Inn and Conference Center.
When construction began on 2285 Premier Park Lane in early 2000, residents who live in the East Winston community thought the business park located just off East 14th Street, near New Walkertown Road, would draw business ventures to a neighborhood in dire need of rejuvenation.
The YMCA of Northwest North Carolina is looking for partners to help run the Winston Lake branch on Waterworks Road that serves those who live in the East Winston community.
Entitled “Ordinary Injustice,” the film documents the mishandling of Smith’s case, who is serving a 29-year sentence for the brutal assault of Jill Marker at the Silk Plant Forest store in December of 1977 that left her with brain damage.
The board of directors of Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County announces the appointment of Michael Campbell as its new Executive Director/CEO, effective July 5. He succeeds Sylvia Oberle, who is retiring after leading the agency for the past 10 years.
Photo by Tevin Stinson Executive director of S.G. Atkins CDC Carol Davis smiles with joy during the 11th Annual Fair
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE City utility employees asked for higher pay and funds were approved for Ujima CDC’s first