Local News

Book festival coming Saturday

    Book festival coming Saturday

Book lovers from far and wide will again descend on Winston-Salem Saturday for the state’s largest annual free book festival, Bookmarks Festival of Books. Bookmarks Executive Director Ginger Hendricks says

Read Full Article

First Lady Rallies Black Democrats

    First Lady Rallies Black Democrats

CHARLOTTE – First Lady Michelle Obama reminded a convention hall full of black Democrats Wednesday that they have today and the next two months to determine whether Nov. 7 –

Read Full Article

Habitat turns focus to the old and new

    Habitat turns focus to the old and new

For 23 years, Dorothy Brown’s home has been her pride and joy. “I really wanted a place to call my own,” the mother of two said of her motivation to

Read Full Article

A Big Omega Thank You

    A Big Omega Thank You

On behalf of Psi Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., I want to thank each member of the community for their support of our programs over the past

Read Full Article

Transit hub could be gold for WSSU 

  Transit hub could be gold  for WSSU 

Now that the City of Winston-Salem is finally about to reclaim the old Union Station building, leaders at Winston-Salem State

Read Full Article

Freshmen settle-in at Wake Forest

  Freshmen settle-in at Wake Forest

By Layla Garms The Chronicle Wake Forest University has opened its doors for more than 1,200 new Demon Deacons. The

Read Full Article

Program offers inmates rare quality time with their kids

  Program offers inmates rare quality time with their kids

By Layla Garms The Chronicle Before Saturday, Stanley Reaves had not laid eyes on his nine year-old son Josiah since

Read Full Article

Moving Forward by Going Back

  Moving Forward by Going Back

Church recalls African Holocaust with series of special events By Todd Luck The Chronicle Maafa is a longstanding tradition at

Read Full Article

Elections head fights for more access in East Winston

  Elections head fights for more access in  East Winston

  The chair of the Forsyth County Board of Elections is still hoping that East Winston will have four early

Read Full Article

Praizing Away the Pounds

  Praizing Away the Pounds

  Dozens of local folks “caught the spirit” last week during an exercise session led by Precious Quire-McCloud at the

Read Full Article

Search wschronicle.com

Featured Sponsor

Sign Up For Chronicle Updates

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Categories

Archives

More Sponsors