Posts From Tevin Stinson

‘A giant among men’ Victor “Vic” Johnson dies at age 85

    ‘A giant among men’ Victor “Vic” Johnson dies at age 85

Former educator and longtime member of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education, Victor “Vic” Johnson died last week from complications from COVID-19. Johnson, 85, was recently infected with the virus and was being treated at Forsyth Medical Center when he passed away on Wednesday, Jan. 21.

Read Full Article

Bohannon chosen to fill vacant school board seat

    Bohannon chosen to fill vacant school board seat

Alex Bohannon has been chosen to fill the vacant seat on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education.

Read Full Article

WS/FCS installing new virus-fighting air filtration system

    WS/FCS installing new virus-fighting air filtration system

To help slow the spread of COVID-19 and other viruses, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WS/FCS) is in the process of installing a new cleaning and filtration system known as Bipolar Ionization at every school in the district.

Read Full Article

Chronicle’s Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast viewed virtually by thousands

    Chronicle’s Martin Luther King Jr. Prayer Breakfast viewed virtually by thousands

For the past 21 years The Chronicle has kicked off Martin Luther King Jr. Day by hosting a prayer breakfast. While we weren’t able to physically bring the community together this year due to the pandemic, more than 5,000 people have tuned in to view the virtual event on Facebook and YouTube held earlier this week.

Read Full Article

MLK Day celebrations held virtually

    MLK Day celebrations held virtually

To commemorate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., for decades the Ministers’ Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity (MCWSV) and local legend Mutter Evans have hosted special ceremonies on MLK Day, but this year, due to the pandemic both events were held virtually.

Read Full Article

A day with the King: A look back at Dr. King’s visit to Winston-Salem

    A day with the King: A look back at  Dr. King’s visit to Winston-Salem

While the date probably won’t show up in any history books, civil rights museums, or your favorite search engine, for the thousands of people who were able to witness the scene at Goler Metropolitan AME Zion Church, April 13, 1964, is a day they will never forget. On that day, just a year after his famous “I Have a Dream” speech, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. stopped in Winston-Salem to galvanize voters.

Read Full Article

Local students return to classroom, while virus numbers continue to soar

    Local students return to classroom, while virus numbers continue to soar

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools continued its phased re-entry plan to in-person learning earlier this week. On Monday, Jan. 11, grades 2, 3, and 6 returned to the classroom for the first time in 10 months, despite concerns about the surge of the coronavirus across the state.

Read Full Article

Mrs. Paulette retires after 27 years at The Chronicle

    Mrs. Paulette retires after 27 years at The Chronicle

A lot has changed here at The Chronicle since 1993. Reporters and photographers have come and gone, several editors have moved on, and we’ve even seen a transition in ownership. But over the past 27 years there has remained one constant at the city’s oldest and most respected community newspaper: Paulette Lewis Moore.

Read Full Article

Scippio loses last ditch effort to halt Belview funding

    Scippio loses last ditch effort to halt Belview funding

Although the meeting was three days after New Year’s Day, the first city council meeting did include a few fireworks. In a last ditch effort to halt $1 million in additional funding being allocated to the renovation of Belview Recreation Center, City Councilmember Annette Scippio proposed a substitute motion, sending the project back to the development stage.

Read Full Article

Kwanzaa celebration goes virtual

    Kwanzaa celebration goes virtual

For over a decade Triad Cultural Arts (TCA) has hosted the annual citywide event at a different location every night of the celebration, but due to the pandemic, organizers were forced to make changes. Using Zoom and live feed to Facebook, TCA was able to continue the local tradition and celebration of Kwanzaa.

Read Full Article
1 2 3 88

Search wschronicle.com

Featured Sponsor

Receive Chronicle Updates

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

Categories

Archives

More Sponsors