The Centennial Parade Planning Committee is inviting residents and business owners in Winston-Salem to participate in the Centennial Celebration Parade, and to nominate others who they deem worthy of the
Brain power earns students medals Students’ knowledge of anatomy, astronomy, chemistry and more were tested Saturday during a competition at Atkins Academic and Technology High School. The regional Science Olympiad
The New Winston Museum is presenting its free bi-monthly Salon Series through June. The series features a broad range of local historians, artists, writers, musicians, crafts-folk and other specialists. Speakers
St. John CME Church’s “40 Ways in 40 Days” Lent campaign aims to help churchgoers gain faith while losing pounds.
A new community and economic report issued by the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce shows a diversification of industries and movement
Members of Union Baptist Church met last week to discuss the future of the community surrounding the massive edifice and
(Pictured Above: Former WSSU Women’s Basketball Coach Alfred Harvey (left) poses with former Athletic Director Al Roseboro.) Former hardcourt stars enshrined
The Police Department is accepting applications for the spring session of the Citizens’ Police Academy, which will start April 4.