Several Wake Forest University professors have contributed to a new text book, “Trauma and Resilience in American Indian and African American Southern History.” Released in April by Peter Lang Publishing,
Greensboro native William Armstrong has always known he wanted to be a cop. “I always wanted to help people and try to uphold the law as best as I can,”
Residents recognized for improving their communities Project We Care recognized 140 local residents who donate their time and efforts to better the community during its annual volunteer recognition ceremony at
Acts set the stage ablaze Sunday at the second– and final – 2013 Gospel Fest concert at the Dixie Classic Fair.
The Winston-Salem State University Class of 1963 helped to shape the Civil Rights Movement and make inroads for those who
Fitness movement catching fire A women’s health movement has taken Winston-Salem by storm. Two years after its inception in the
Elizabeth White – like many parents living paycheck to paycheck – has had to explain to her children that even
The crowd was impressive throughout the more than three-hour long Gospel Fest Sunday. Music lovers seemed glued to the rows