SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Family Services announces that a collaboration of five leading community agencies has received grants from three major community funding organizations for a project that will improve
Photo by Tevin Stinson Early Head Start teacher Nahesha McCatty helps a student wash her hands inside one of four newly renovated classrooms at the Sarah Y. Austin facility located
(Above: Photos by Erin Mizelle for The Chronicle- Bob Feikema, center, President and CEO of Family Services, visits with the 3-year-old students of Ms. Reyas, left, and Ms. Wright, at the
(pictured above: Chanel Davis A view of Family Services’ 1200 S. Broad St. headquarters.) Family Services has a new vision statement and is in the midst of a fundraising campaign to
City Council Member Derwin Montgomery will begin serving as the executive director of the Bethesda Center, the city’s largest homeless
Thanksgiving meals delivered to hundreds Mike Glenn has a lot to be thankful for. He recently moved into an apartment
Wharton Gladden & Company, a Greensboro-based real estate investment banking firm, will partner with Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center to
A little over a year ago, Sarah Browder Harris was killed by her husband, who then took his own life.