BY CRAIG T. GREENLEE FOR THE CHRONICLE It’s still too early to know for sure, but the Lash-Chronicle Tournament could be a preview for JV basketball in the Central Piedmont
(pictured above: Lamaya Williams with her sons Ira III, 6 and Issa, almost 2.) Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools has reduced the number of dropouts, reportable acts of crime and violence, short- and
Mary and Jerry Grubbs – Finding Love at the Senior Games One never knows when or where Cupid’s arrow will strike. For Mary and Jerry Grubbs, it was quite appropriately
Schools taking special measures to keep graduation rates solid Four-year graduation rates are up in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School District.
The Crosby Scholars program handed out a slew of scholarships on May 21 during its Breakfast of Champions at the
Residents point to significant local black history events over the last 100 years The city’s four-day Centennial Celebration, which began
Twenty years before the now-famous March on Washington, workers in Winston-Salem were fighting for their rights through Local 22 of
A once trusted medical facility that provided care for generations of African Americans in East Winston has received long overdue