David Cortright Guest Columnist Amidst the darkness of Washington politics, a recent bright spot was the letter to Congress signed by more than 120 former senior military officers urging support
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE On Nov. 6, Mount Zion Baptist Church recognized its veterans at the 11 a.m. service. Their names were listed at the entrance along with a display of
Photo by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE As early voting began, high ranking former military leaders supporting Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton toured the state. Ten retired military
(This op/ed was originally published Dec. 15 in the (Greensboro) News and Record.) With the year quickly drawing to a close, we are all looking forward to what comes next
(pictured above: New citizens take part in the local naturalization ceremony on July 4.) Old Salem’s Independence Day naturalization ceremony
Veterans were treated to hot meals and plenty of gratitude Monday. In celebration of Veterans Day, American Legion Post 128,
Fifth graders at Ashley IB Magnet Elementary School got a history lesson and a boost for a future learning experience
For Sgt. Kevin Riley, joining the U.S. Army seven years ago felt more like a calling than a career choice.