Above:Youth missionaries compete in a Bible Bowl at the Forsyth County Missionary Union monthly meeting on Sunday, Oct. 25. (Photos by Timothy Ramsey) By Timothy Ramsey For The Chronicle When
The Juneteenth Luncheon commemorated the 150th anniversary of emancipation from slavery with accounts from those who experienced it, read by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill history professor Dr.
Photos by Todd Luck. Above: Earline Parmon and Paul Lowe at Forsyth DNC Headquarters. Local pastor is now a state senator Last Thursday night, a preacher became a politician as Rev.
Were you surprised by any of last week’s primary election results? We weren’t, for the most part. The margins of victory in the East Ward and Northeast Ward contests were
After months of campaigning, voters spoke Tuesday, choosing City Council incumbents over their challengers. Mayor Allen Joines handily won a
Just weeks after arriving back on campus, Winston-Salem State University students are mobilizing for a cause that hits close to
Mayoral and City Council hopefuls vied for support Tuesday during a forum hosted by the Hispanic-American Democrats. A strong showing
Voters were courted last Thursday evening as candidates for City Council stated their cases at a forum held at the
The turnout of candidates for Winston-Salem City Council positions has created a crowded field this year. Following the July 19
Mayor Allen Joines officially kicked off his re-election Monday at the Forsyth County Government Center, just before making his way