Lacy Ward Jr. has been named the new executive director of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum (ICRCM) in Greensboro. His appointment, effective May 19 will entail working with
DeAnne D. Brooks, an assistant professor of kinesiology at Greensboro College, received the 2014 Alumni Association Outstanding Teaching Award during the Alumni Awards Convocation and Senior Investiture on April 5.
Winston-Salem Police Chief Barry D. Rountree has promoted seven police officers and two non-sworn personnel. Lt. Catrina Thompson was promoted to captain and will command the Criminal Investigations Division. Thompson
(pictured above: Hakeem Belo-Osagie is among Africa’s richest men.) One of Africa’s wealthiest businessmen visited Wake Forest University on April 1 to speak candidly with students about the peaks and valleys
A recently-released report, Out of Reach 2014, claims that many in the Triad can’t afford the area’s exalted rent prices.
Thank-you To the Editor: The Chronicle’s 29th Community Awards Banquet on Saturday, March 22 was an outstanding event of which
Nigerian businessman Hakeem Belo-Osagie will speak at Wake Forest University on Tuesday, April 1 at 4:30 p.m. in Broyhill Auditorium in Farrell Hall. His
(pictured above: Dr. Avinash Shetty speaks about HIV/AIDS.) International health challenges and possible solutions to them were the focus of the
Joe Childers, the principal of Atkins Academic & Technology High School, has been named a 2014 Regional Principal of the
By Ria Fulton, Forsyth County Aging Services Planning Committee Work from home! Make money in your free time! We’ve all