Photo by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Is there enough parking downtown? Are parking rates too high or too low? That’s just some of the questions being explored
Photo by Todd Luck Douglas Richburg and Michelle Martinez hold their 2016 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Young Dreamers’ Awards shortly after receiving them during Tuesday’s City Council meeting. Chronicle
Above: Third Vice President of The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity Rev. Alvin Carlisle addresses members of the media during a press conference on Friday, Dec. 11 at Emmanuel Baptist Church.
By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle The city of Winston-Salem Community and Business Development department will be offering a free business training course at the Carl H. Russell Sr.
Above: The J. Alston Atkins Memorial Lecture in Constitutional Law has become one of the more anticipated events during Homecoming
The homeless is coming to the minds of many now that the weather is getting colder. Several nonprofits provide for
Special to The Chronicle City of Winston-Salem operated pools are now open for the summer, which officially starts on Sunday,
In photo above: The City of Winston-Salem provides an inside look at its new crime lab. (Photo provided by City
(Above: Derwin Montgomery) At the May 4 Winston-Salem City Council, meeting many residents spoke against the rezoning of 939 Cleveland
The United Way of North Carolina recognized companies and organizations from across the state that have demonstrated commitment and support