City of Winston-Salem photo CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT The Winston-Salem Police Department is using one of three police substations that is being financed by bonds approved in the November 2014 bond
Valene Franco To The Editor: You, the citizens of Forsyth County, will determine which of our current candidates will serve our community. I urge you to join me in casting
Local law enforcers reassure community in wake of Ferguson, Mo. crisis (pictured above: (From left) City Council Member Jeff MacIntosh with Human Relations Director Wanda Allen-Abraha, Sheriff Bill Schatzman, Chief
(pictured above: Council members Derwin Montgmery and Molly Leight address residents’ concerns last week.) The New South Community Coalition is calling on the city to scale back its proposed bond referendum.
The City of Winston-Salem Engineering Field Office and Winston-Salem Police Department’s Community Resources Unit now call the historic Winston Mutual
(pictured above: Residents survey bond information at the meeting.) Residents of the Northeast Ward got an up-close look on April 16
Bond Referendum We are pleased and surprised that talk of a bond referendum has not relegated the city’s more urban