BY DONNA ROGERS THE CHRONICLE For five years, TerCraig Edwards, director of the Mazie S. Woodruff Center, and others kicked around the idea of a scholarship named for Mazie Woodruff.
BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE In the New Year, the Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI) will take a new approach when deciding which charitable organizations will be awarded grants to expand
In 2011, Forsyth County residents made approximately 159,000 emergency department visits, almost one visit for every two residents. About half of these visits could have been treated or prevented in
Robin Emmons, a Huntersville fresh food advocate, will be among the speakers at a Feb. 22 TEDx event at Wake Forest University. Emmons and eight other thought leaders will deliver
About 25 percent of incoming kindergartners were at “high risk” of falling behind their classmates in learning how to read
“The Forsyth County Community Food System: A Foundation to Grow,” a study commissioned by Forsyth Futures, The Winston-Salem Foundation and
Reynita Marcia McMillan, 22, and Kismet Loftin Bell, 31, have received 2013 Martin Luther King Jr. Young Dreamers Awards from