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 and Affordable Housing Summit. The development corporation geared toward improving
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE City utility employees asked for higher pay and funds were approved for Ujima CDC’s first
BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Next month the Winston Lake Family YMCA will close early on Saturdays and be closed
CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT Since 1974 The Winston-Salem Chronicle – also known as The Chronicle of Winston-Salem – has strived to
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The city’s annual observance of Fair Housing Month began Friday, April 1, when Council Member Jeff
Photo by Tevin Stinson Concerned parents discuss what changes they would like to see included in the reformation models at
Photo by Todd Luck Ujima CDC’s Hobart Jones, Sandy Sadler and Larry Weston with the plan for Emanuel Retirement Village