Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE The residents who live in the vicinity of the Old Greensboro Road want answers. Following three homicides in the neighborhood in less
Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY THE CHRONICLE The number of homicides in the city of Winston-Salem is double what it was at the same time last year. People
Following a pair of shootings that left two men dead, City Council Member James Taylor hosted a roundtable discussion Tuesday evening to devise specific steps to decrease violence and promote community progression.
Congregants pray for an end to streak of local homicides (pictured above: Solid Rock Baptist Church’s Rev. Waymon Monroe Jr. asks God to stem the city’s murder rate.) Perturbed by the
(pictured above: Flowers and candles sit near the spot where Jerome France died last month after he was intentionally hit by
The city’s crime rate dropped in every category except homicides, Winston-Salem Police Chief Barry Rountree told members of the news
(pictured above: Chief Barry Rountree wants guns off the streets.) City leaders are making a push to reduce gun violence
Black women most likely to be killed by the men they love Black women face a disproportionate share of fatal