On Tuesday, June 21, just 48 hours after the annual Father’s Day parade and cookout dedicated to him, Moses “Mo” Lucas, 89, passed away.
More than 1,000 people from near and far filled the streets of downtown Winston-Salem in support of the Annual Moses “Mo” Lucas Father’s Day Parade and Cookout.
Last Saturday, the annual Juneteenth Festival took a new twist.
The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) is taking a stand against the code of silence and to put an end to the “no snitching” policy that exists in the African- American community.
Hundreds filled Corpening Plaza Thursday evening, June 16, evening during a vigil held by Pride Winston-Salem for the victims of
A motorcade of hearses started at Douthit Funeral home before traveling through the streets of local neighborhoods. It ended at Roberts Funeral Home, where a rally was held.
More than 100 law enforcement officers ditched their cars Tuesday morning and walked the streets of two neighborhoods looking for witnesses to a pair of shooting deaths.
Members of the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) took time out from their regular duties to help sort items in the food pantry at the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina.
As the world stops to say goodbye Friday, and three-time heavyweight champion of the world, Muhammad Ali, who died June 3 at age 74, is laid to rest in his hometown of Louisville, Ky.
In light of recent concerns over access to healthy foods, the Forsyth County Cooperative Extension designed a course to help gardeners learn how urban farms can improve food security for Winston-Salem neighborhoods.