As Lenten season ends, Christians prepare for the most glorious day in Christianity. Resurrection Day is when Jesus the Christ rose from the grave, having sacrificed His life for mankind.
By Lydia Derr The Chronicle (pictured above: Dancers perform during the Closing Ceremony on Friday, June 13.) “Our going to church on Sunday is like placing one’s ear to another’s chest
(pictured above: Cornelius Muller (center) appears alongside fellow cast members in “Find a Way.”) Alamance County resident Cornelius Muller is endeavoring to change the world, one film at a time. “My
Panel offers solutions to malignant problems (pictured above: Whole Man Ministries’ Kenneth Holly speaks as Bishop Todd Fulton looks on.) Black-on-black
(pictured above: Bishop-Designates Dr. Tejado W. Hanchell (left) and Rev. Kelvin E. Shouse.) Archbishop Alfred A. Owens Jr., Presiding Prelate of
Why should we continue to celebrate Black History Month? (pictured above: Oscar Micheaux, first black movie director who produced “Up
Mount Olive College President Philip P. Kerstetter announced recently that the College will officially become the University of Mount Olive