(pictured above: Honoree Delray Anthony (left) poses with Council Member Derwin Montgomery and organizer Ben Piggott.) Some of Winston-Salem’s finest grew up in Happy Hill, the city’s oldest African American community.
(pictured above: The historic building was constructed with George Black’s bricks.) A local developer is hoping his latest venture raises the standard of quality in the congested downtown living market,
(pictured above: Malcolm Gant instructs a young golfer.) By Kim Underwood W–S/Forsyth County Schools Malcolm Gant was 5 years old when he first participated in Vic Johnson’s Junior Golf Clinic. He
The City of Winston-Salem Engineering Field Office and Winston-Salem Police Department’s Community Resources Unit now call the historic Winston Mutual Building home. City leaders held a dedication and open house
(pictured above: Council members Derwin Montgmery and Molly Leight address residents’ concerns last week.) The New South Community Coalition is calling
(pictured above: David K. Flomo with Selena Polson-Mappy and Christian Kolleh.) Winston-Salem resident David K. Flomo was elected last weekend
King’s boutique has survived downtown for nearly 30 years (pictured above: Lydia Derr Mary King stands in her shop, Keona’s Boutique.)