(pictured above: Young Professionals (from left, front row): Courtney Grant, Cheavonne Willis, Amyia Hardy, Andrea Free, Kismet Loftin-Bell with (back row) Marcus Lane, Dominique Grate, Walter Farabee and Chris Smith.) Members of the Winston-Salem
Tick-borne illnesses, including Lyme disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and others, pose a special health threat to children, particularly during the peak tick-activity months of June and July, said Marcia E. Herman-Giddens, child and
The Winston-Salem Mavericks 11U Basketball Team finished third in the D3 AAU Championship Basketball Tournament, which was played in Burlington from May 4-5. In their first game, the Mavericks defeated the Swish City Magic
Established in 1974, The Chronicle is the area’s oldest and well-respected community newspaper. Published each Thursday, The Chronicle has an audited circulation of over 7,000. 85% of that circulation is located within Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.