Special to The Chronicle Dr. David Mount of the Maya Angelou Center in Winston-Salem has been selected to lead a new movement: a human services integration movement. Directed by Mount,
Above: Students from Wake Forest University came out on Tuesday, Aug. 18 to help bring the Kimberly Park Community Garden back to life. The garden is located at 1701 Cherry St.
In above photo: Aaron Leftwich Special to The Chronicle Aaron Leftwich, Winston-Salem State University’s director of environmental health & safety (EHS), presented recently at a national conference for campus safety,
In above photo: Girls on the Run logo Novant Health sponsors organization that teaches life skills to young girls Special to The Chronicle Girls on the Run (GOTR) Forsyth and
In above photo: American Red Cross logo Special to The Chronicle The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give
In above photo: From L-R, Nasir Graham, Kobe Thompson, Jaylon McLean, Anthony Snyder and T’Andre Williams, with Sam Davis (submitted photo).
In above photo: Couple sunbathing while being cautious of sun exposure Flip-flops and bathing suits coupled with clear skies and
In photo above: The Winston-Salem Urban League office Millions of Americans 65 and over face a double whammy when it
In above photo: Ron Rogers illustration for the Chronicle Doctors warn that African-Americans need caution in the sun, too By
In the photo above: Busta Brown Special to The Chronicle Diabetes is one of the leading causes of death in