House, Senate leaders seek to void private property veto To the Editor: North Carolina House and Senate leaders responded Friday, May 29, to Gov. Pat McCrory’s veto of HB-405: Property
In photo above: The Winston-Salem Branch of the NAACP held its elections in its headquarters, seen here. (File photo.) The North Carolina conference of the National Association for the Advancement
In photo above: The City of Winston-Salem provides an inside look at its new crime lab. (Photo provided by City of Winston-Salem) A new local crime lab is hoping to
In photo above: CSEP Director Patricia Sadler welcomes the 200 seniors who are participants in the program designed to provide job training for citizens over the age of 55. (Photo
In photo above: Apostle Brenda J. McCloud Special to The Chronicle Greater Tabernacle Worship Center, 1410 Attucks St., has scheduled
In photos above: On the left, Lamont Wilson ranks eighth in the state in his age group in Criterium racing.
By EMERY P. DALESIO Associated Press CHAPEL HILL – Trustees at the country’s oldest public university decided Thursday, May 28,
Special to The Chronicle Erica Fields, a senior at Robert B. Glen High School, was crowned Miss Jabberwock 2015 at
Chronicle Staff Report After a roundtable discussion on child hunger at Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, U.S.
In photo above: Jordan Cummings delivered as the Rams primary closer in 2015. (Photos by Craig T. Greenlee) The