Special to The Chronicle Bolton Pool, Parkland and Kimberley Park pools opened for the Memorial Day weekend May 28-30. Bolton will open daily for the summer starting Saturday, June 4.
More than 1,000 Christians and Muslims attended the historical morning worship service at Emmanuel Baptist Church on Sunday, May 22, during which the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan brought the morning message.
Last weekend elected officials and other community leaders unveiled a historic marker honoring a library branch that was built to serve the East Winston community more than 60 years ago.
Cleanup efforts continue at the historic Happy Hill Cemetery after a recent storm hit the area hard.
The Happy Hill Neighborhood Association (HHNA) held a celebration of Happy Hill’s 200th Anniversary at Sims Recreation Center.
McDonald’s restaurants have provided job opportunities for American youth for decades. Assisting its employees in furthering their education is paramount to the company as well.
Happy Hill Cemetery Friends invites volunteers to help clean up the historic Happy Hill Cemetery, on Saturday, May 21 at 9:30 a.m at the corner of Willow and Pitts streets in Happy Hill. Help is also needed on May 28, The group has been working for years to restore the historic cemetery, located in the city’s oldest black community, which was hit hard in last week’s severe weather and is now littered with downed branches and trees.
Investigators with the Winston-Salem Police Department say they have seen a significant increase in credit card fraud this year.
The Winston-Salem Foundation hosted its annual Community Luncheon on May 4 with a record-breaking crowd of over 1,200 community members in attendance. The Foundation also announced the recipients of the 2016 Winston-Salem Foundation Award and the 2016 ECHO Awards.
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust and Novant Health have announced that they will partner to provide free in-home nurse visits to all mothers with newborn babies who are born and reside in Forsyth County.