Chronicle file photo BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE In 2014, the United Way of Forsyth County joined forces with the city and the county to form the Commission on Ending
BY TEVIN STINSON THE CHRONICLE For the second year in a row, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ high school graduation rate has topped 85 percent. According to results submitted by the N.C.
The Winston-Salem Urban League, a venerable institution in the black community and city of Winston-Salem, has had a rollercoaster ride this week. As the organization prepared to name James Perry
Above: Mayor Allen Joines speaks to members of the press and community during a press conference on Tuesday, Oct. 26.
In above photo: United Way logo Special to The Chronicle A $200,000 grant to the United Way of Forsyth County
(Above: Photos by Erin Mizelle for The Chronicle- Local community residents enjoy dinner as they listen to speakers of the Neighbors
(Above- Submitted Photo LaDeara Crest residents with Community Resource Director Ike Black (right).) The residents of LaDeara Crest, a name derived
Panel weighs-in on eliminating racism (Rev. Dr. John Mendez is flanked by Cindy Gordineer and Mayor Allen Joines as he
In photo: Cindy Smith Gordineer, president and CEO of the United Way of Forsyth County, and Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines listen