SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE How can churches address the mounting challenges of a broken food system and the significant health disparities in communities? “Fighting Fire with Food: Growing Health for
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Leaders of organizations that help those in poverty are hoping to see action, accountability and community engagement as the Poverty Thought Force’s plan is implemented.
Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Last weekend S.G. Atkins Community Development Cooperation took the first steps toward revitalizing the housing stock in the Ridgewood Place neighborhood,
BY CASH MICHAELS FOR THE CHRONICLE State House District 71 Rep. Evelyn Terry is backing a measure that, if passed by the Republican-led state legislature, would make women, and members
Another community stalwart has died. Walter Marshall, a Forsyth County commissioner, passed away last week at age 74. He was
Submitted photo BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE Josh Howard, former NBA All-Star and Piedmont International University (PIU) head coach, is
BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE The Saturday Night Fellowship has been a fixture in the community for half a century.
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Wake Forest University’s Elder Law Clinic is currently accepting applications for its spring 2017 semester. The
Front runner for DNC chairperson will be the keynote speaker BY DONNA ROGERS THE CHRONICLE Psalm 133:1 says: “Behold, how
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE 2016 marked the 50th anniversary of the celebration of Kwanzaa. This