(pictured above: Josh Hawkins in action.) Josh Hawkins is always itching to make good things happen. As a cornerback at East Carolina, it’s his job to put opposing receivers on
Branch leaders will be picked on Jan. 10 (pictured above: A sign posted at headquarters on Nov. 18.) A N.C. NAACP official will oversee the elections of the Winston-Salem Branch on
Anthony Johnson is physically and developmentally disabled. Yet, each morning the Chester, S.C. native rises determined to prove that he can what any able-bodied person can. Johnson runs his own
(pictured above: Denise Scott-Johnson chats with her former supervisor, Nick Jamison.) The event began with hugs, well-wishes and food and ended with an emotional farewell. The City of Winston-Salem said goodbye
(pictured above: students (top row, from left) Sam Murphy, Kent Garrett, KC Barrett, James Bailey, Will Dietsche, Meredith Anderson, Tyler St.
(pictured above: Protestors raise their hands during last week’s rally.) Locals disheartened by decisions not to charge white police officers in
(pictured above: Chi Chi Chapter members pose with new members (seated, from left) Alisa Allen, Barbara Crumb, Takasha Railey and Courtney
WSSU Photo by Devin Davis Winston-Salem State students hold a campus rally in the wake of the grand jury’s
(pictured above: St. Philips African Moravian held its first service in 1861.) St. Philips African Moravian Church at Old Salem
Dr. Joe L. Dudley Sr. roused the audience at Quality Education Academy’s 13th annual Legacy Ball on Saturday, Nov. 8.