Photo by Tevin Stinson Few empty seats were left Monday morning inside the Embassy Suites Pavilion as more than 1,000 people attended The Chronicle’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast.
MLK Breakfast to tackle timely themes Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Ernie Pitt, publisher of The Chronicle, is presenting this question as the topic for discussion at the newspaper’s 2015 Dr.
(pictured above: Wynter Guess (center) with (from left) her godmother Elanor Phipps, Rev. Dr. George Banks and her parents Willie and Tamela Guess.) Winston-Salem resident Jermaine Cohen faces many challenges
Principal seeks to create a new culture and attitude at newly-merged Philo-Hill Macon, Ga.-native Kenyatta Bennett has always enjoyed a
The Laymen’s League of Mount Zion Baptist Church is sponsoring its ninth annual NFL (Network, Fellowship and Learn) Father &
Chartwells School Dining Services, the company that serves breakfast and lunch to more than 2.3 million school children each day,
From the mouth of babes, congregants at Bethania A.M.E. Zion Church witnessed the true meaning of Easter. The youngsters in