Union Bethel, Pastor Konnie Robinson SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Diabetes is a serious health problem that the African-American community faces today. To raise awareness and education, Winston-Salem State University researchers
Photo courtesy of Society for the Study of Afro-American History Most of the houses were shotguns, an architectural style from West Africa. Shotgun houses were built close together and can
Above: Annette Nickols of I am 2 Sweet 4 Diabetes greets attendee at her table on Tuesday, Dec. 29. To celebrate the fourth principle of Kwanzaa, Ujamaa or cooperative economics,
In photo above: Joycelyn V. Johnnson (Submitted photo) Special to The Chronicle The St. Philips Heritage Center at Old Salem Museums & Gardens in partnership with Winston-Salem State University will
In photo above: Nancy Young, director of public relations for Winston-Salem State University, will retire after six years at WSSU.
In photo above: Dr. Kimya Dennis leads the discussion as moderator of the community-wide mental health forum on Tuesday, May
(pictured above: Fleming El-Amin sits on the three-member Board of Elections.) Some Forsyth County residents are fuming about a proposed early
The City of Winston-Salem Engineering Field Office and Winston-Salem Police Department’s Community Resources Unit now call the historic Winston Mutual
For the last five years, Kay Hagan has been a champion for North Carolina’s African American community in the U.
Weight loss, fitness program attracts eager participants (pictured above: James Maxie has become a self-described “gym rat” thanks to TNT.) When