Special to the Chronicle The Housing Authority of Winston-Salem will celebrate the open house of its fourth Step-Up housing location, Camden Station, on Friday, Nov. 6. Unlike traditional public housing
The Housing Authority of Winston-Salem has received a half-million dollar grant from U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to explore ways to breathe new life into Cleveland Avenue Homes
Main entranceway into downtown still to be determined (pictured above: NCDOT’s Jamille Robbins addresses locals.) The public is still weighing in on a Business 40 improvement project that could close
Twelve year-old Akshat Dixit dreams of becoming an engineer or computer scientist. Akshat, a rising eighth grader at Hanes Middle School, and nearly 100 of his peers are getting a
The Guiding Institute for Developmental Education (GIDE)/Youth Education Academy Yellow Jackets basketball and cheerleading teams had a successful season this
Feds may implement time limits for public housing residents High Point native Tiffaney Jackson has seen her share of struggles.
The first-ever Winston-Salem Housing Authority Heroes celebration was held Tuesday during the monthly meeting of the agency’s Board of Commissioners.