By Tevin Stinson The Chronicle African-American history came to life through storytelling, song, and poetry earlier this week at the Malloy/Jordan East Winston Library as it celebrated National African-American Read-In
While national and state elections still hang in the balance in some respects, the election for the new officers of the Winston-Salem Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement
In 2012, then Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx faced a challenge few mayors face in a lifetime – bringing the Democratic National Convention to his city, and moving heaven and earth
(pictured above: Dr. Rev. William Barber) Hats off to the N.C. NAACP! The Tar Heel branch of the venerable civil rights organization is setting the pace for the national, state
(pictured above: Angela Neal works with students at Mineral Springs Middle School.) In her three years as principal of Mineral Springs
North Carolina has joined a national Republican initiative to engage African American voters. Though the state’s GOP African American Engagement
Phil Rector, broker/owner of Rector Realty, has received the prestigious Regional Service Award from the North Carolina Association of Realtors.
Forsyth County Democratic Women will host a rally to educate and inform voters about the importance of the upcoming election