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.
(Above: Rep. Ed Hanes) A new program designed to combat domestic violence and give victims peace of mind could be introduced into Forsyth County, if approved by the N.C. Senate.
The Forsyth County Democratic Party will pick the person who will complete the term of Sen. Earline Parmon – who was expected to proffer her resignation yesterday – on Thursday,
(Above: Photos by Chanel Davis- Chief Barry Rountree (right) speaks.) The Winston-Salem Urban League Young Professionals hosted a forum Friday, Jan. 16, where about 25 attendees got a glimpse into
(pictured above: Dave Moore (left) stands with Charles Hall outside of Southside Rides.) The city has made a $100,000 investment in
(pictured above: Sgt. L. Scott Wright wears a camera on his sunglasses.) Officers of Winston-Salem Police Department will soon be
(pictured above: Atkins Academic and Technology High School on Old Greensboro Road opened in 2005.) Students, their parents and others
National Night Out events held in Winston-Salem (pictured above: Four-year-old Diontez Hylton dribbles a basketball near an inflatable basketball hoop.) Residents
The City of Winston-Salem Engineering Field Office and Winston-Salem Police Department’s Community Resources Unit now call the historic Winston Mutual