Special to The Chronicle “Labor of Love: The Healing Build,” a short documentary about grieving individuals coming together to build a Habitat for Humanity house for a family in Winston-Salem,
Special to The Chronicle The Winston-Salem Urban League will kick-off the annual citywide Kwanzaa celebration. The weeklong celebration will be held at locations throughout Winston-Salem from Dec. 26 to Jan.
Photo by Tevin Stinson Members of the WSPFFA help a young preschooler select her favorite color coat during the Coats For Kids Project on Saturday, Dec. 19. By Tevin Stinson
Above: UNC SA photo Aerys Merrill, a UNCSA college sophomore who portrays the Snow Queen, and Garret McNally, a UNCSA high school junior who portrays Snow King, perform during a recent performance.
Above: Submitted photo This is a video still of Rep. Cecil Brockman’s Nov. 30 traffic stop by state troopers in Archdale
Photo by Erin Mizelle for the Winston-Salem Chronicle Mabel Robinson N.C. Black Rep artistic director leaving full time to enjoy
Photos courtesy of Alisha Byrd Alisha Byrd, left, and Dr. Nicole Sherrill-Corry are shown with some of the donated pocketbooks.
Photo by Owens Daniels All dancers in the project danced to Carmina Burana: O Fortuna performed by London Philharmonic Orchestra.
Submitted photo Thousands showed up to see the quarterfinal matchup between cross-town rivals East Forsyth and West Forsyth on Friday,
Submitted photo Students on the campus of Winston-Salem State University accepted the challenge from The Bethesda Center to sleep outside