Photo by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE The approval of the latest local landmark prompted some City Council members to call for more inclusion in the historic program
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE An appeal for Winston-Salem to become a sanctuary city and approving help for New Hope Manor and a multi-use center on Patterson Avenue came before
City discusses legislative agenda BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE The ability to release police body camera footage, moving local municipal elections back to odd- numbered years, juvenile justice and gender
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Along with the national and state races, there were many local contests on Tuesday’s ballot. The City Council will soon have a new member, as
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Renovations on Union Station should begin by year’s end after the City Council unanimously approved
BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE On Tuesday morning just hours before Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence was scheduled to
BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE With murder and other violent crimes on the rise in Winston-Salem, last month City Council
Community grants, fire inspectors and city worker pay were among the topics at the city budget public hearing on Thursday, June 9.
The City Council rejected a rezoning request, 5-2, for a senior housing project on Reynolda Road during its Monday, May 2 meeting.
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE City utility employees asked for higher pay and funds were approved for Ujima CDC’s first