(pictured above: New hires Tiffany Williams, Caroline Kraus and Correll McCrae.) Gramercy Research Group, a Winston-Salem-based private research firm, has three new employees – Tiffany Williams, Caroline Kraus and Correll McCrae.
Old Salem Museums & Gardens is screening clips from four documentaries in January, February and April. The footage that will be shown will illustrate the history of civil rights in
(pictured above: Earl Dominie with the drawing he had tattooed to his arm.) “Release: From Stigma to Acceptance,” an exhibit that showcases the talents and struggles of ex-offenders reintegrating into society,
(Above: Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity members pose at a meeting last September.) The Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity has scheduled a second town hall meeting for Monday,
(pictured above: students (top row, from left) Sam Murphy, Kent Garrett, KC Barrett, James Bailey, Will Dietsche, Meredith Anderson, Tyler St.
Victor “Vic” Johnson earned a rather dubious distinction last week when he was booted from the Winston-Salem State University Board
WSSU Photo by Devin Davis Winston-Salem State students hold a campus rally in the wake of the grand jury’s
(From left) Principal Amber Baker with Lisa Belin, Greg Belin, Yolanda Belin, Cherrie Felisbret, Yvette Hall and Christina Lee. Employees
Black students accuse campus cops of bias Photo by Todd Luck Dr. Penny Rue, seated beside D’Andre Starnes, speaks. The