Winston-Salem is holding a big birthday party this weekend. It was 100 years ago that the towns of Winston and Salem merged, added a dash and became the city we
The city’s move to unload the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum and Bowman Gray Stadium makes good financial sense. The venues aren’t cash cows, and long gone are the days
The Winston-Salem Centennial Commission is making the Centennial website available to residents and organizations to share their centennial events and memories. Any organization that is having a centennial-related event can
Man of the Year The word dynasty is not used amply in the world of sports. With only three seasons
On Friday Feb. 8, students at Diggs-Latham Elementary School gathered in the gym for a “Read-In” event to commemorate the
The U.S. Census Bureau has released the following figures about Black America to coincide with African American History Month. I
Twin City residents excited about taking in inauguration Winston-Salem will be well-represented at next week’s presidential inaugural ceremonies in Washington,
In 1962, a Ghana native named Ed Reynolds became the first black full-time undergraduate student to attend Wake Forest University.