Chronicle breakfast kicks-off MLK Day events on Monday The Chronicle will be kicking the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday off in style this year. Close to 1,000 attendees are expected
(pictured: King Kenneth Raymond I) Well, don’t look for any of Ken Raymond’s warped perspectives in The Chronicle. King Ken I is not amused and has banished this publication; we
The Winston-Salem Urban League and Keith Grandberry – its president and CEO – are parting ways. The circumstances regarding his departure are unclear, as both Grandberry and members of the
Acts set the stage ablaze Sunday at the second– and final – 2013 Gospel Fest concert at the Dixie Classic Fair.
Gospel Fest is returning to the Dixie Classic Fairgrounds on Sunday, Oct. 6 and Sunday, Oct. 13 from 3 –
We admire the work of the Institute for Dismantling Racism, but were taken aback by co-founder and executive director Willard
With little fanfare, we turned 39-years-old last week. When The Chronicle was born in 1974, its survival wasn’t assured. In