(pictured above: August Dark, Kalvin Michael Smith’s father, speaks to supporters at Lloyd Presbyterian Church.) For Darryl Hunt, Sept. 11 was a day of infamy long before 2001. On that
The Winston-Salem State University Friends of the Library, a fundraising arm of the school’s C.G. O’Kelly Library, is postponing its annual fall fundraiser so that it won’t conflict with a
Despite the raindrops, more than 3,000 dedicated supporters attended the American Heart Association’s 2013 Tanglewood Heart and Stroke Walk on Saturday, Oct. 19, raising $490,000 for heart disease and stroke
Election night went off without a hitch for City Council incumbents. Across the board, Twin City residents favored veterans over newcomers, reelecting every incumbent on the ballot for another term
NAACP tour aims to recruit more warriors for justice The spirit of protest was alive and well when the N.C. NAACP’s
Rev. Dr. William Barber II says North Carolina is on trial. “I come by here to say to all those
Playwrights, actors have face-to-face with sit-in icon On Feb. 8, 1960, Carl Matthews conducted a one-man sit-in at the S.