Home

Welcome to The Chronicle!

Established in 1974, The Chronicle is Winston-Salem’s oldest and most respected community newspaper. Published every Thursday, our local weekly paper reaches an audited circulation of 7,000. We focus on positive news happening in and around Winston-Salem and surrounding areas. From arts and education, to covering stories affecting communities and neighborhoods where you live, make The Chronicle your online source for local news, events, high school sports coverage, politics and more.






Winston-Salem could benefit from ridesharing services other cities are offering

    Winston-Salem could benefit from ridesharing services other cities are offering

Winston-Salem could benefit from ridesharing services other cities are offering

Read Full Article

The Shepherd’s Center offers support, recognition to caregivers

    The Shepherd’s Center offers support, recognition to caregivers

Since 1997, November has been designated as National Family Caregiver Month. If you know a family caregiver, or have been a family caregiver, you know that all of the work of a caregiver cannot be captured in just one month of recognition.

Read Full Article

Commentary: The lesser known hero of the first Thanksgiving

    Commentary: The lesser known hero of the first Thanksgiving

Commentary: The lesser known hero of the first Thanksgiving

Read Full Article

Winston-Salem could benefit from ridesharing services other cities are offering

  Winston-Salem could benefit from ridesharing services other cities are offering

Winston-Salem could benefit from ridesharing services other cities are offering

Read Full Article

Expert reveals top tips on fire safety during the holiday season

  Expert reveals top tips on fire safety during the holiday season

Expert reveals top tips on fire safety during the holiday season

Read Full Article

Shriners donate Thanksgiving turkey dinners for youth after-school program

  Shriners donate Thanksgiving turkey dinners for youth after-school program

Shriners donate Thanksgiving turkey dinners for youth after-school program

Read Full Article

Psi Phi Chapter provides Thanksgiving dinners for 25 families

  Psi Phi Chapter provides Thanksgiving dinners for 25 families

Winston-Salem Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Psi Phi Chapter brothers went shopping on Saturday, Nov. 20, to purchase Thanksgiving groceries for 25 families. The brothers, wearing their finest purple and gold and with shopping list in hand, set out to Harris Teeter to purchase the groceries for the Thanksgiving Day dinner.

Read Full Article

LeanBack Soul Food continues holiday tradition of Giveback Thanksgiving

  LeanBack Soul Food continues holiday tradition of Giveback Thanksgiving

For the past three years Chrissy Faison, owner and CEO of LeanBack Soul Food, a local catering business, has marked the start of the holiday season with her LeanBack Giveback Thanksgiving Affair, and this year the event was bigger than ever. 

Read Full Article

Lack of resources prompts mother to create The Feelings Friends

  Lack of resources prompts mother to create The Feelings Friends

When her daughter was diagnosed with depression when she was only six years old, Karen Cuthrell was told she had to find a way to get her daughter to talk about her emotions. Cuthrell, who is a native of Winston-Salem, said that’s when she started laying the foundation for The Feelings Company. 

Read Full Article

Search wschronicle.com

Featured Sponsors

E-edition

Subscribe to Updates

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

More Sponsors

Categories