School board votes unanimously to rename classroom in his honor BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Soon a classroom at Philo-Hill Middle School will be renamed to honor the life and
Protestors take stand over state education cuts (pictured above: Protesters stand silently holding signs outside the Forsyth County Government Building.) Local members of the North Carolina Association of Educators and
The HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) Male Summer Institute was held on the campus of Winston-Salem State University from July 27 – Aug. 2, attracting 30 aspiring teachers from schools
The Holy Apostolic Affirmation to the Apostleship for Apostle-Designate John Henry Heath, presiding prelate of Greater Higher Ground Ministries Worldwide, will take place on Saturday, July 26 at 11 a.m.
Jaycees hosts youth conference at WSSU Students focused on becoming better leaders in their schools and communities learned tools to
For his lifetime service to the community, Michael “Mike” Aiken will receive this year’s Bill J. Leonard Distinguished Service Award
Project pushes students to eschew environmentally-toxic plastic shopping bags (pictured above: Hundreds of students take part in the Earth Day demonstration.)
Under the theme “A Decade of Play,” Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem will mark its 10th anniversary with special programming for
Democrat Deanna Taylor has announced her intentions to run for one of the two School Board District I seats up
As higher education costs continue to increase faster than most consumers’ income, college loan debt has now topped $1.2 trillion.