(pictured above: Kenny Brown speaks as Olivia Sedwick and Mona Zahir look on.) In the wake of the killing of an unarmed teenager in Ferguson, Mo., Winston-Salem State University held
National Night Out events held in Winston-Salem (pictured above: Four-year-old Diontez Hylton dribbles a basketball near an inflatable basketball hoop.) Residents across the city and nation took part in the 31st
(pictured above: Honoree Delray Anthony (left) poses with Council Member Derwin Montgomery and organizer Ben Piggott.) Some of Winston-Salem’s finest grew up in Happy Hill, the city’s oldest African American community.
(pictured above: Malcolm Gant instructs a young golfer.) By Kim Underwood W–S/Forsyth County Schools Malcolm Gant was 5 years old when
Old Salem hosts Fourth of July nationalization ceremony (pictured above: The new citizens take their oath on July 4th.) Old Salem
(pictured above: Luis Sanchez, a resident who lives near the Bethel United site, points to the area where the cell
(pictured above: Volunteers work at Happy Hill Cemetery last Thursday.) More than five dozen Mormon teenagers aided in the arduous
Locals mark Juneteenth (pictured above: Residents enjoy Saturday’s Juneteenth street festival.) The city’s annual Juneteenth festival celebrated a landmark anniversary