Submitted photo SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE The National Science Foundation (NSF) has announced that a panel of expert judges selected Forsyth Technical Community College’s team of nanotechnology students as first
County commissioners have begun the process to place bonds for public schools, Forsyth Technical Community College and parks and recreation on the November ballot.
Forsyth Tech photo Forsyth Technical Community College’s Computer Technology students workedon multiple computers simultaneously to keep up with demand during the college’sfirst-ever free community Computer Diagnostic Clinic on March 18.
Special to The Chronicle More than 80 people turned out for a groundbreaking ceremony hosted by Forsyth Tech to celebrate the commencement of construction on the college’s new Stokes County
In above photo: Secretary Perez, center; Representative Foxx, left; and Dr. Gary Green, Forsyth Tech President, right; with the Electrical
In photo: Salem College President Dr. Lorraine Sterritt speaks Jan. 24. Photo by Todd Luck Salem College President Dr. Lorraine
(pictured above: Chizoba Ukairo, seated beside fellow WFU student William Ray III, speaks.) Communication, transparency and trust are the building blocks for
(pictured above: The new 525@vine stands behind Wake Forest BioTech Place.) A former R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. factory is now
(pictured above: Ribbon cutters (left to right) Larry Herzberg, Fred Bazemore, Vivian Burke, DD Adams, Twanna Wellman-Roebuck, Dell James, Dr. Frank
Goodwill Industries of Northwest North Carolina’s Fourth Annual Youth Job Fair was well-attended. Held Thursday, May 22 at Goodwill headquarters