Above: Judie Holcomb-Pack shows the four medals she won for the North Carolina Senior Games/SilverArts literary competition. (Submitted photo) Special to The Chronicle Judie Holcomb-Pack, For Seniors Only editor and
Above: Harvesters II by John Biggers (Submitted photo) By Ashlea Jones For The Chronicle John T. Biggers (1924–2001), an African-American muralist, painter, educator and Gastonia native, has not been forgotten.
By Todd Luck The Chronicle The Downtown Bike Patrol is asking the community to donate new or gently used blankets, gloves and knit caps to help the homeless this winter.
By Timothy Cox Special to The Chronicle WASHINGTON, D.C. — During an interview on TV One’s “News One Now” featuring host Roland
By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Betty Thompson Morton has spent more than 20 years working in kitchens across the
By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Providence Restaurant and Catering, a dream 10 years in the making, has opened its
By Todd Luck The Chronicle Jodria Bufford has received the ultimate Mary Kay reward, a pink Cadillac, for her success
By Todd Luck The Chronicle Economic insecurity for local women has grown in the last five years, according to a
By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle Laverne Cox, best known for her role as Sophia Berset on “Orange Is The