Submitted photo The Winston-Salem Fire Department’s Fire Recruits Class XXIII pose at a training facility. By Todd Luck The Chronicle On Jan. 15, the Winston-Salem Fire Department (WSFD) graduated 19 trainees
By JONATHAN DREW Associated Press Advocates for the poor are concerned about rule changes threatening food stamp benefits for 110,000 people in North Carolina if they don’t meet work requirements.
Linda Sutton of Democracy North Carolina, middle, is flanked by Elizabeth Newton, left, and Denise Adams of the Winston-Salem Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. Special to The
BOE member Fleming El-Amin (left) and Ken Raymond Todd Luck The Chronicle The NC Board of Elections (BOE) will soon be determining if Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) will have an
A federal trail on the state’s new voter ID requirement is happening this week at the Federal Building in downtown
By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle It was December 13, 2015 when local published reports shocked the community with news
Photo by Todd Luck Douglas Richburg and Michelle Martinez hold their 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Young Dreamers’ Awards
By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle Dozens of city employees celebrated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday last Friday by taking
Photo by Tevin Stinson Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis delivers the keynote address during the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Photo by Tevin Stinson Hundreds of people filed into the Benton Convention Center on Monday, Jan. 18 for the annual