Photos by Todd Luck. Above: Earline Parmon and Paul Lowe at Forsyth DNC Headquarters. Local pastor is now a state senator Last Thursday night, a preacher became a politician as Rev.
Both private and public schools are preparing to explain to parents the strides they’ve taken to improve student performance as the state gets ready to release report cards for schools.
Above: The crowd at the 2014 Go Red breakfast gathering. The American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement encourages everyone to wear red tomorrow (Friday, Feb. 6) to support women’s heart
Photo by Todd Luck, Above: Imam Leonard Abdullah makes a point. A panel of local Muslims last week denounced the state’s ban on a foreign law designed to bar Sharia
(Above: Volunteer workers packaged over 20,000 individual meals for distribution in an effort to help stop hunger in the United
Contenders for Parmon’s seat (from left) Rev. Dr. Paul Lowe, Joycelyn Johnson and Wilbert Banks take part in a public
(Above: Submitted Photo- Some of the sorors who took part.) Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. recently celebrated 102 years of public
(Above- Submitted Photo LaDeara Crest residents with Community Resource Director Ike Black (right).) The residents of LaDeara Crest, a name derived
(Above: Submitted Photo, Assistant Principal Alicia Bailey and Principal Mark Hairston (third and fourth from left) accept the items from
(Above: Submitted Photos- The young members work in Odd Fellows Cemetery.) On the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, members of the