BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE Various local organizations have partnered with AT&T to launch an initiative called NETT (Neighborhood Empowerment Through Technology) that will widen the access to technology, and
By Mayeesa Mitchell For The Chronicle As technology continues to become a more significant aspect of human life, many question if the print journalism industry can keep up with the
A local agency dedicated to providing educational alternatives for teenagers who don’t have a place to go after school is looking for the public’s help with funding. The Guiding Institute
Wake Forest has named Mur Muchane Associate Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer (CIO). He will assume his duties in January. Muchane, who currently serves as CIO
(pictured above: 4-H National Youth Science Day particpants pose with presenters, elected officials and others.) Students gathered at the Forsyth County
(pictured above: John Davenport Jr. (second from left) poses with interns Darian Thompson, Lazar Trifunovic and Sam Starks.) John Davenport Jr.
NBN hopes groups benefit from network of sharing (pictured above: NBN’s Dee Washington greets meeting attendees.) Neighbors For Better Neighborhoods’ grantees
Thank-you To the Editor: The Chronicle’s 29th Community Awards Banquet on Saturday, March 22 was an outstanding event of which