By Donna Rogers The Chronicle 2015 began with a question for Winston-Salem: Is racism America’s Berlin Wall? Chronicle Publisher Ernie Pitt asked that question at the Martin Luther King Jr.
Countywide, graduation rates increased for the seventh straight year, but Parkland High School and Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy saw their rates slip from 2013 to 2014. The drop was significant at
Meshon Payton, a fast food eatery employee, traveled from Durham to Winston-Salem Tuesday to march with a small group of others down Patterson Avenue for what he believes is “only
(pictured above: Council members Derwin Montgmery and Molly Leight address residents’ concerns last week.) The New South Community Coalition is calling on the city to scale back its proposed bond referendum.
The Effort Club of New Bethel Baptist Church, 1016 N. Trade St., will hold its 17th Annual Race Progress Promoters
Great promise for new Research Park road The Research Parkway in the Piedmont Triad Research Park opened last week to
County leaders rolled up their sleeves recently and pitched in to help a local senior in need. County Manager J.