It is surprising that not everyone shares Housing Authority of Winston-Salem CEO Larry Woods’ enthusiasm for nudging more public housing residents to stand on their own. He is unabashed in
Special to The Chronicle The City of Winston-Salem has created a new program to promote commercial development on a number of major commercial corridors across the city. The program, the
The N.C. Department of Transportation has temporarily closed the entrance ramp from westbound Martin Luther King Jr. Drive to U.S. 52 South as part of the ongoing U.S. 52 Improvement
In a Democratic Primary shocker, Joycelyn Johnson lost her City Council seat four years ago to Derwin Montgomery, who was
Access in East Winston onto and off of Highway 52 became even more restricted this week. The state Department of
What was once a well-known neighborhood recreational landmark that bustled with the sounds of youth basketball and other community related
The Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission will unveil a marker honoring the legacy of the city’s history-making Black Panther Party.