Ebola was the topic on Tuesday, Nov. 11 during an international relations class at Winston-Salem State University. A panel discussed Ebola’s causes, its transmission and the economic toll of fighting
(pictured above: Fire Chief Antony Farmer assures local press conference that the city’s ready to respond.) Messa Hunder was looking forward to seeing Thelma Allen next month. The sisters haven’t
Kybele, Inc., a Winston-Salem based humanitarian organization that supports medical education in developing countries, will be hosting a documentary film event on Friday, Aug. 15 from 6 – 10:30 p.m.
(pictured above: The house at 716 Humphrey St.) The city is seeking developers to restore the two surviving shotgun houses in the historic Happy Hill community. Long vacant, the houses –
Why should we continue to celebrate Black History Month? (pictured above: Oscar Micheaux, first black movie director who produced “Up
Bennett College now has partnerships with three Ghanaian universities: the University of Ghana, the University of Cape Coast and Kwame
African hair braiders here and across the state are hoping the General Assembly will amend its impending licensure requirements for
WSSA marks its second anniversary The Winston-Salem Senegalese Association (WSSA) celebrated its second anniversary Sunday at the Sprague Street Community