BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Forsyth Technical Community College is hoping voters will approve its $65 million bond to help the growing college with capital needs and a new location
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Stepping onto a college campus for the first time or returning to your dorm after a summer off is an exciting
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Going to college and obtaining a degree is a dream many high school seniors have each year. For some, the trouble
To Republican Sen. Tom Apodaca of Hendersonville, his Senate Bill 873, also known as the “Access to Affordable College Education Act,” is the perfect prescription for allowing worthy in-state students, beginning in the fall of 2018, to be enrolled in five UNC system universities at a reduced rate of $500 per semester.
(pictured above: Earl Dominie with the drawing he had tattooed to his arm.) “Release: From Stigma to Acceptance,” an exhibit that
More than 750 First-years arrive at WSSU (pictured above: Allison Sutton (center) gets help from her mother, Cheryl (right), grandmother, Alice.)
Old Salem hosts Fourth of July nationalization ceremony (pictured above: The new citizens take their oath on July 4th.) Old Salem
(pictured above: Donna Burgess holds a framed tribute to her late daughter.) Teaching the angels in heaven how to play basketball.
(pictured above: Food from area gardens and farms fills the serving table.) The Wake Forest University Men’s Basketball Team helped Hanes
Thank-you To the Editor: The Chronicle’s 29th Community Awards Banquet on Saturday, March 22 was an outstanding event of which