Michael Bragg: Six candidates, half of them incumbents, running for 4 seats on the Forsyth County school board, District 2, WSJ October 29, 2018

Tom Shanahan: R.J. Reynolds High hoping for a “home” game, EDNC, October 23, 2018

Editorial: Reynolds Stadium is one step closer, WSJ October 11, 2018

“If there is any conflict of interest with her involvement for a Reynolds stadium and any duties as a board member — such as a vote on any matters related to the stadium — Crowley said she would comply with any rules in place to prevent that sort of conflict.” – Michael Bragg, Winston Salem Journal

C.P. Tew: Seeking Advantage in a Time of Inequity, Winston Watchman October 10, 2018

Michael Bragg: Reynolds High stadium plans get OK from Winston Salem/Forsyth County school board, WSJ October 10, 2018

Letter to the Editor: Kristie Blanco, Sports opportunities, WSJ, October 3, 2018

Letter to the Editor: Angus McLaughlin, No unneeded stadium, WSJ September 23, 2018

Letter to the Editor: Steve Rapp, Shell game, WSJ September 22, 2018

Michael Bragg: Reynolds Stadium takes another step forward: Design documents up for committee approval, WSJ September 22, 2018

Conor O’Neill: Stadium naming rights hold immense value for BB&T, WSJ September 3, 2018 (Note, The BB&T executive quoted in the article, Cantey Alexander, is RJR Principal Leslie Alexander’s husband.)

Jay Spivey, Reynolds, Parkland renew rivalry on football field even if it’s only a scrimmage, WSJ, August 10, 2018

“…it doesn’t matter if it’s a pickup game of basketball in somebody’s backyard — when it’s Parkland and Reynolds kids, you get fired up,” Coach Pat Crowley of Reynolds said. “Because all these kids at Parkland and Reynolds, Tabor — they all played together in Pop Warner either against each other or with each other.”

Wesley Young: Hanes Park improvements move forward, but everyone’s not happy, WSJ May 14, 2018

Letter to the Editor: Ed Pleasants, Their own field, WSJ May 7, 2018

The Chronicle’s Endorsements: Winston Salem/Forsyth County School Board (see mention concerning District 2 candidate, Leah Crowley) The Chronicle April 19, 2018 

Guest Columnist: Ed Pleasants, It’s time for Reynolds to have a home-field advantage, WSJ March 30, 2018

Sarah Newell: Winston-Salem/Forsyth schools fully immersed in bond projects, WSJ January 7, 2018