Above: Harvesters II by John Biggers (Submitted photo) By Ashlea Jones For The Chronicle John T. Biggers (1924–2001), an African-American muralist, painter, educator and Gastonia native, has not been forgotten.
In photo: N.C. Sen. Earline Parmon, Forsyth County Democrat, 32nd District Forsyth County Democrat announced plans Wednesday Earline Parmon announced Wednesday, Jan. 21 that she would give up her N.C.
(pictured above: Endia Beal) Endia Beal, a North Carolina based artist and educator, has been named interim director of the Diggs Gallery of Winston-Salem State University effective Friday, Aug. 15.
(pictured above: Dr. Boyd stands in front of the Department of History at Quaid I Azam University of Islamabad with Ph.D. candidate Sajid Hussein.) Dr. Debra S. Boyd, a Winston-Salem
I am certain that this discussion, regarding the impending implementation of the Common Core Standards in our public schools, will
Travis Taylor has been named the new principal of Carver High School. He replaces Ronald Travis, who will be the
Panel offers solutions to malignant problems (pictured above: Whole Man Ministries’ Kenneth Holly speaks as Bishop Todd Fulton looks on.) Black-on-black
Under the theme “A Decade of Play,” Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem will mark its 10th anniversary with special programming for
Alex Richardson was destined to become an elementary science coach. In 2001, the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools received a grant from