BY TERRI SCHLICHENMEYER FOR THE CHRONICLE It never is. There’s no magic wand to change the things that’ve been on your mind lately: social issues, inequality, poverty, politics, apathy, violence.
There were protests across the country and violence in the streets of America. The year was 1967. The frustration that was brewing had come to a boil. Early in 1968,
The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) is taking a stand against the code of silence and to put an end to the “no snitching” policy that exists in the African- American community.
A budget with an emphasis on city worker wages and police recruitment passed the Winston-Salem City Council with a 6-2 vote.
A few of the guns collected at the Firearms Safe Surrender are shown.
James B. Ewers Jr. Guest Columnist The holiday season is upon us. Shopping carts are full with both purchase and
By Bill Turner I just finished my read of the “State of Black America – 2015” report, released recently by
In photo: Investigators look over the aftermath of a homemade explosive, which was placed need the Colorado Springs chapter of
(pictured above: Lamaya Williams with her sons Ira III, 6 and Issa, almost 2.) Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools has reduced the number
Family copes with loss after senseless killing (pictured above: Crystal Thompson wears a t-shirt honoring her late son during a vigil