(pictured above: Wanda Starke speaks at The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem’s 2013 luncheon.) The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem will celebrate nine years of improving the lives of women and girls
Winston-Salem native Clyde Gray has announced his retirement from a 37-year-long broadcasting career. He announced the news on-air on Cincinnati’s WCPO 9, where he has worked for the past 24
(picture above: Josie and Scotty Wooten with their son, Jarod.) More than 250 guests attended the American Heart Association’s Winston-Salem Heart Ball on April 25 at the Millennium Center. The
Annual gala recognizes high school seniors, businesses and others (pictured above: WXII’s Busta Brown speaks as Teen Achievers (from left) Jaelyn Holmes, Malik Jacobs, Mariah Jacobs, Jyles Leak, Nadaje Paquette, Dominique Hill, Rhyan
One of WSTV-13’s founding fathers has left the fold. Video Production Specialist Billy Rich retired on Nov. 30, closing out
ACC basketball legend Randolph Childress was honored Sept. 12 at the Winston-Salem Dinner of Champions, an event hosted by the
Jane Harrington-Smith, who blazed trails as an African American reporter at WXII in the 1970s, passed away on Friday, Feb.