Special to The Chronicle Salem College expands its program offerings this academic year with the addition of three new majors: political science, biochemistry and design. “With the addition of leading-edge
SHEPHERD’S CENTER OF GREATER WINSTON-SALEM VOLUNTEERS RECEIVE COMMUNITY RECOGNITION Volunteers Jim Camp and Cranford Johnson recently received recognition for their service through The Shepherd’s Center of Greater Winston-Salem. Cranford Johnson
Winston-Salem’s J. McLain Callahan will release his first novel, “Collisions,” on June 19 during an events from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 5–7 p.m. at the Chatham Building, 304
Every time city native Jeremy “JJ” Johnson hits the field at BB&T Ballpark, he is one step closer to achieving his dream of becoming a household name. As the entertainment
Graduates urged to further school’s storied tradition It was standing room only in the picturesque May Dell amphitheater Saturday as
Salem College junior Madison Thomas has earned the Congressional Gold Medal – the U.S. Congress’ highest award for young Americans.
The Sawtooth School for Visual Art and the Arts Council of Winston-Salem Forsyth County will present “Billy McClain: Decades,” a
Winston-Salem’s four-day centennial celebration will conclude May 12 with an open-air multi-congregational worship service and Moravian love feast at 4