Photo by Tevin Stinson BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE The residents who live in the vicinity of the Old Greensboro Road want answers. Following three homicides in the neighborhood in less
City and state officials said that tests show the neighborhood is safe around the former Hanes and Lowrance middle schools, but residents still expressed concerns about their health at a meeting held Thursday, April 28 at the Hanes Hosiery Recreation Center.
(Above: Photos by Erin Mizelle for The Chronicle- A man in the audience questions city employees about what is happening in the neighborhood near the Hanes/Lowrance Middle School,which is sitting vacant
NBN hopes groups benefit from network of sharing (pictured above: NBN’s Dee Washington greets meeting attendees.) Neighbors For Better Neighborhoods’ grantees will now be called “community teams,” the grassroots community organizing
(pictured above: City Council members Derwin Montgomery (left) and James Taylor address constituents at last week’s meeting.) Monday evening, the City
Democratic City Council members Molly Leight and James Taylor say they are optimistic about their chances for reelection. Taylor, who
The Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity has joined the call to action over the countywide dip in property values.