BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE There were few empty seats inside The Enterprise Center last Thursday evening, during Part Two of the Winston-Salem Urban League’s Black & Blue Town Halls.
The Winston-Salem Black Business Chamber of Commerce (WSBBC) is looking to grow and connect with more black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs in the area. That was the census following a small
By Timothy Ramsey For The Chronicle The Initiative for African American Males (IAAM) held its first community forum titled “Closing The Gap In Black Male Achievement From Cradle To 5th
By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle The Enterprise Conference and Banquet Center, located at 1922 South Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Winston-Salem, is nearing the completion of an expansive
(pictured above: Hall of Famers sit in the stands at Atkins Academic and Technology High School.) Special guests attended Atkins
(pictured above: Juan Eckard (standing) poses with the Women’s and Girls’ Project’s Kim Johnson, Jamila Stover, Shannon Brooks and Nakida McDaniel
(pictured above: City Council members Derwin Montgomery (left) and James Taylor address constituents at last week’s meeting.) Monday evening, the City
The Winston-Salem State University Class of 1963 helped to shape the Civil Rights Movement and make inroads for those who