Local News

Cubans hopeful U.S. embargo will end, pastor finds

    Cubans hopeful U.S. embargo will end, pastor finds

Rev. Lamont Williams was among black pastors that visited Cuba earlier this year, after President Barack Obama called for an end to the U.S. embargo on the communist nation. Williams,

Read Full Article

Rep. Hanes urges Tillis and Burr to resist party pressure

    Rep. Hanes urges Tillis and Burr to resist party pressure

On Tuesday, March 3, Rep. Edward Hanes Jr. commented on the decision of North Carolina U.S. Sens. Thom Tillis and Richard Burr not to support the nomination of Greensboro native

Read Full Article

Scovens, Pender named Man and Woman of Year

    Scovens, Pender named Man and Woman of Year

Because of their outstanding community service, the Rev. Dr. Nathan Edward Scovens, pastor of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, and Randon Blackmon Pender, president and a charter member of the Winston

Read Full Article

Shelters stay open to help the homeless brave cold

    Shelters stay open to help the homeless brave cold

With temperatures dropping into the single digits and more than a few inches of our “Southern” snow this winter, shelters across the city are trying to keep those they service

Read Full Article

Grad duo use basketball to help students

  Grad duo use basketball to help students

(Above: Photo submitted- Brittany Ward (center) with men froom The local Masonic Lodge who stood in at the nonprofit’s father/daughter dance

Read Full Article

Bank gives wounded Iraq War vet new home

  Bank gives wounded Iraq War vet new home

Ret. Sgt. Allen Megginson received a new home for him and his wife, Amy, on Friday, Feb. 28. Bank of

Read Full Article

Artivity on the Green designed to spruce up Liberty Street area

  Artivity on the Green designed to spruce up Liberty Street area

Many downtown residents have kept a close eye on the construction that’s transforming a dilapidated parking lot in the heart

Read Full Article

Efforts underway to renew expired historic tax credit

  Efforts underway to renew expired historic tax credit

(Above: Gallery Lofts is one of the many downtown projects that used the Historic Preservation Tax Credit) As of this year,

Read Full Article

Paul foundation moves generosity to Winston-Salem

  Paul foundation moves generosity to Winston-Salem

(Photos by Donna Rogers– Charity Wagner, a senior at Parkland High School, asks about shoes to go with prom dresses she

Read Full Article

Traveling museum showcases African-American memorabilia

  Traveling museum showcases African-American memorabilia

On Saturday, Feb. 21 from 4 to 6 p.m., Freedom Tree IDR, formerly The Institute for Dismantling Racism, held a

Read Full Article

Search wschronicle.com

Featured Sponsor

Subscribe to Daily Digital

Categories

Archives

More Sponsors