By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity announced earlier this week that a few changes have been made to their annual Martin Luther King Jr.
Photo by Tevin Stinson At left, Winston-Salem Ministers Conference and Vicinity President Bishop Todd Fulton presents WSSU Chancellor Elwood L. Robinson with a $5,000. check during a revival held to
(pictured above: Atkins Academic and Technology High School on Old Greensboro Road opened in 2005.) Students, their parents and others came to Coach Eric Puryear’s defense when he was fired
Panel offers solutions to malignant problems (pictured above: Whole Man Ministries’ Kenneth Holly speaks as Bishop Todd Fulton looks on.) Black-on-black crime’s causes and solutions were explored Saturday morning during a
The Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity will hold its annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day programs on Monday, Jan.
The African American man who said that he and his family were called the n-word by a white woman at
Leaders say candidate’s corruption allegations are all make-believe Democratic mayoral candidate Gardenia Henley is accusing some local church leaders of
Citizens who want to appeal their property revaluation can go to workshops in three city recreation centers on Monday, March
Ministers Conference uses MLK Day for series of education/empowerment workshops Amid the celebration of the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday
Local pastors are using their spiritual gifts and community influence to get out the vote. Dr. Sir Walter Mack Jr.,