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Scooter advocates to Winston-Salem: Get rolling on regulations so they can get back on the streets  Winston-Salem Journal

People who want to ride electric scooters on the streets of Winston-Salem appealed for the chance to do just that during Tuesday's meeting of the city council's ...

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Winston-Salem warehouse sells for $500,000 | Local  Winston-Salem Journal

A Winston-Salem group has paid $500000 to buy a Class C warehouse and property at 2355 Farrington Point Drive in Winston-Salem, according to a Forsyth ...

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Glance, Margaret Passmore  Winston-Salem Journal

WINSTON-SALEM 7-19-1943 - 02-07-2019 Margaret Passmore Glance, 75, went home to be with the Lord on February 7, 2019 unexpectedly in her home in ...

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Winston-Salem man indicted on charges he caused a fatal wreck killing a man on a motorcycle and then fled the scene  Winston-Salem Journal

A Winston-Salem man is accused of causing a wreck that left a motorcyclist dead, then fleeing the scene before police got there, according to indictments that ...

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Spaugh, Jesse Hall  Winston-Salem Journal

WINSTON-SALEM April 12, 1947 - January 15, 2019 Jesse Hall Spaugh, passed away on January 15, 2019. He was born in Forsyth County on April 12, 1947 to ...

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False threats against schools came from Winston-Salem man, investigators say. Feds allege he made threats in U.S. and Britain  Winston-Salem Journal

Federal prosecutors say two computer hackers, including a Winston-Salem man, have been charged with sending false shooting and bomb threats to hundreds ...

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Reavis, Becky  Winston-Salem Journal

PFAFFTOWN 03/17/1946 - 02/11/2019 Mrs. Becky Reavis, 72, died Monday, February 11, 2019. She was born March 17, 1946 in Surry County, the daughter of ...

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Public weighs in on Wiley Magnet School addition  Winston-Salem Journal

The need for official transparency dominated the talking points during the public-comment session at Tuesday's school board meeting, where a discussion on ...

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Garner, Clyde Albert  Winston-Salem Journal

RALEIGH February 11, 2019 Clyde Albert Garner, 94, passed away peacefully, with his family by his side, on February 11, 2019. A graveside *service*, with ...

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Wake Forest hockey club team ready for showcase tournament at Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex this weekend  Winston-Salem Journal

Freshman Drew Gebhardt of the Wake Forest's hockey club team doesn't have to be reminded how under the radar his team is even on their own campus.

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Graham, III, Mac Clyde "M.C."  Winston-Salem Journal

KERNERSVILLE 4/26/1935 - 2/11/2019 Mac Clyde "M.C." Graham, III, 83, passed away Monday, February 11, 2019 at Forsyth Medical Center. He was born ...

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22 pounds of pot found on Winston-Salem man, authorities say  Winston-Salem Journal

A Winston-Salem man has been arrested on several drug charges, including trafficking in marijuana.

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Two Winston-Salem men accused of assault with intent to kill and inflict serious injury  Winston-Salem Journal

Police have arrested two Winston-Salem men for assault with intent to kill and inflict serious injury. According to arrest warrant documents, Luis Angel ...

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Winston-Salem Theatre Alliance continues its 2019 with Mamma Mia!  Yes! Weekly

Get swept away by the infectious music, uplifting story, and dazzling dance numbers that have made Mamma Mia! a worldwide phenomenon. As wedding ...

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Confederate statue battle: Group threatens to make city put it back if monument comes down before hearing  Winston-Salem Journal

The United Daughters of the Confederacy said today it will try to force the city to put back the downtown Confederate statue if Winston-Salem takes it down ...

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Report: Pub to open in Winston-Salem  Triad Business Journal

A new pub operated by the owners of Social Southern Kitchen & Cocktails will be opening soon in Winston-Salem, according to the Winston-Salem Journal.

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Report: City of Winston-Salem enacts hiring freeze, overtime ban in face of $7.8M shortfall  Triad Business Journal

The Winston-Salem City Council would need to raise the property tax rate 4 cents to make up the nearly $8 million shortfall in the 2019-20 budget.

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Confederate statue could be moved before judge hears second request to stop relocation from downtown Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem Journal

The United Daughters of the Confederacy is making a new effort to stop the removal of a Confederate statue from downtown Winston-Salem, by once more ...

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Forsyth County school program aims to teach boys to prevent teen pregnancy  WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — There are several programs that focus on adolescent girls to prevent teen pregnancy, but there's a program in Winston-Salem ...

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Gospel concert coming to Winston-Salem in March  Winston-Salem Journal

WINSTON-SALEM — The Inspiration & Praise Gospel Concert, presented by R&B and gospel station WQMG, comes to the Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial ...

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Photos: Tow Trucks on Business 40  Winston-Salem Journal

Jamie Pritchard, a driver for Ultimate Towing & Recovery, occupies his time while he sits in the cab of his truck parked between the on-ramp that splits east and ...

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Food truck owner uses lobster rolls to break into Winston-Salem market  Winston-Salem Journal

One of the newest food trucks in Winston-Salem comes from Mooresville.

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Winston-Salem man accused of having card belonging to woman whose body found in dumpster says he wasn't on parole at time of arrest. He seeks to have charge of tampering with electronic device dismissed.  Winston-Salem Journal

A Winston-Salem man who police said had the financial card of a woman whose body was found in a dumpster on Country Club Road is seeking to have one of.

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Pioneering ballet star with Winston-Salem, UNCSA ties, dies at age 65  Winston-Salem Journal

Mel Tomlinson, one of the country's first African-American ballet stars, died Tuesday at age 65.

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BB&T headquarters move to Charlotte stings but silver lining could be more local jobs  Winston-Salem Journal

Oh, no. Not again. Winston-Salem's loss is Charlotte's gain. That could be the summation of local thoughts and worries upon hearing Thursday's stunning news ...

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WSSU set to begin second season as independent baseball program  Winston-Salem Journal

The adjustment period is over for Winston-Salem State baseball.

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Absher, Faye Byrd  Winston-Salem Journal

NORTH WILKESBORO 07/29/1938 - 02/12/2019 Mrs. Faye Byrd Absher, 80, of North Wilkesboro, passed away Monday, February 11, 2019 at Wake Forest ...

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3 Winston-Salem parks to get big improvements, including a waterfront boardwalk, fishing pier, kayak launch area and more shade  Winston-Salem Journal

Major improvements are in store for Winston Lake, Salem Lake and Quarry parks, with money from the voter-approved 2018 bonds paying for design and ...

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Novant Health, Wake Forest Baptist Health partner on Highland Avenue Primary Care in Winston-Salem  Triad Business Journal

Highland Avenue in east Winston-Salem is home to a new primary care clinic, representing a partnership between two major Triad health care providers ...

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Flu increase means kids can't visit hospital patients in Winston-Salem, Triad; victim count reaches 35 in state  Winston-Salem Journal

The Triad's health-care systems will begin youth visitor restrictions at 7 a.m. today, Friday, amid what they call a “significant increase” of influenza cases in the ...

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Conviction in shooting that injured 3; Winston-Salem man previously convicted of involuntary manslaughter in death of 17-year-old  Winston-Salem Journal

A Winston-Salem man was shot in the foot in July 2017 because he didn't move a parked car off the street fast enough, a Forsyth County prosecutor said in court.

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Low-cost health care offered at Highland Avenue center  Winston-Salem Journal

A low-cost primary-care clinic has opened at the behavioral health center on Highland Avenue.

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20 sex crimes against a child send Winston-Salem man to prison for a maximum 150 years  Winston-Salem Journal

A Winston-Salem man was sentenced to more than 100 years in prison after a Forsyth County jury found him guilty of molesting a young girl for months while he ...

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Wake Forest plans to buy Winston Salem First on University Parkway; church says it will close school  Winston-Salem Journal

Wake Forest University has reached an agreement to buy the high-profile site of the Winston Salem First church and its school on University Parkway.

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Move the Confederate statue now, say protesters in downtown Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem Journal

A local group of 20 demonstrators called on the city Friday afternoon to immediately remove the Confederate statue at the corner of Fourth and Liberty streets in ...

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2 theater groups relocate to downtown Winston-Salem in Thursday grand opening  Winston-Salem Journal

An upgraded building has propelled two local theater organizations into downtown Winston-Salem's theater district, just a two-minute walk from where they ...

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ICE blames public arrests on sheriff's offices. Agency says 200 recent arrests in N.C. don't represent an increase.  Winston-Salem Journal

After 200 immigrants living here illegally were arrested in North Carolina this week, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE) has come ...

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Teen Arrested For Bringing Gun To School in Winston-Salem: Police  WFMYNews2.com

A 16-year-old in Winston-Salem is facing charges for bringing a gun to school and for possible involvement in a robbery, police say.

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Cruse signs with Winston-Salem State  Sampson Independent

Horses defensive leader Javiah Cruse signs his letter of intent to Winston-Salem State University, while surrounded by friend, family and his coach. Pictured ...

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Grammys first, then hometown show in Winston-Salem for metal band Between the Buried and Me  Winston-Salem Journal

*Fresh* off a European tour and a holiday break, Between the Buried and Me looked forward to a hometown show at The Ramkat this weekend.

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Winston-Salem's Confederate statue: A symbol of white supremacy or a memorial to Confederate sacrifice?  Winston-Salem Journal

For nearly 114 years, the Confederate statue has stood on its pedestal outside the old county courthouse on Fourth Street in downtown Winston-Salem.

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Oral arguments over Winston-Salem man's claims of innocence will be heard today by 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals  Winston-Salem Journal

John Robert Hayes has spent the past 24 years in prison for a crime he says he didn't commit: the murders of two Winston-Salem men outside an illegal drink ...

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Confederate statue must go, most speakers tell Winston-Salem city council  Winston-Salem Journal

Speaker after speaker Tuesday called for the removal of Winston-Salem's Confederate statue during the last meeting of the Winston-Salem City Council before ...

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What will happen to Winston-Salem's confederate statue? Landowner and city discussing 'next steps.'  Winston-Salem Journal

With days to go before a deadline, City Attorney Angela Carmon said she's having discussions with the attorney representing Winston Courthouse LLC on what ...

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New name for BB&T-SunTrust may help deliver new identity to customers, marketplace  Winston-Salem Journal

What's the value of a corporate name? When it comes to combining BB&T Corp. and SunTrust Banks Inc. — two super-regional banks collectively more than 275 ...

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Around Towns: An Evolving Winston-Salem  Charlotte magazine

TOBACCO BUILT this town, tobacco and R.J. Reynolds. Between the time Reynolds arrived in Winston-Salem in 1875 and his death in 1918, this town grew ...

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Butcher & Bull restaurant plans hiring event Friday  Winston-Salem Journal

Butcher & Bull, a modern American steakhouse coming to downtown Winston-Salem, is hosting a hiring event from noon to 3 p.m. Friday.

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Winston-Salem man convicted of drunken driving after his car slammed into ambulance carrying 2-year-old boy with brain tumor to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.  Winston-Salem Journal

A Winston-Salem man whose car smashed into an ambulance carrying a 2-year-old boy early last year has been convicted of drunken driving.

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Confederate statue protests could be back before Winston-Salem city council Tuesday  Winston-Salem Journal

City Hall might once more fill with people there to express their views on a Confederate statue in downtown Winston-Salem.

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Fight at Parkland High game leaves coaches telling different stories — and Randolph County superintendent apologizing  Winston-Salem Journal

Officials at Parkland High School are disputing a story that appeared in a Triad newspaper alleging Parkland players and students acted aggressively during ...

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Man robs Winston-Salem convenience store  Winston-Salem Journal

A convenience store was robbed at gunpoint Wednesday afternoon.

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Police find missing man who made suicidal threats  Greensboro News & Record

The police department is asking for help locating a man who has made suicidal threats to his family.

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Confederate statue will go ASAP, city says, after protests proved it presents threat to safety in downtown Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem Journal

Winston-Salem officials say they will remove the Confederate statue downtown sometime after today and without filing any legal notice.

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Winston-Salem-based BB&T to merge with SunTrust, forming new company with new name based in Charlotte  WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- BB&T, based in Winston-Salem, and SunTrust, based in Atlanta, are set to merge into one financial institution, according to a news ...

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Winston-Salem's Newest Brewery, Radar Brewing, in Development  Yes! Weekly

Winston-Salem, NC – Winston-Salem continues to develop as a top North Carolina beer destination. Radar Brewing Company will be the newest addition to this ...

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Winston-Salem area home prices rise slightly in December  Winston-Salem Journal

Home prices in the Winston-Salem metropolitan statistical area had a slight uptick in December as mortgage rates began to level off, according to CoreLogic, ...

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Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Utilities plans community outreach efforts amid sewage plant complaints  Winston-Salem Journal

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Utilities is planning community outreach efforts amid neighbor complaints about odors coming from the Archie Elledge ...

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They left coats on trees and poles around Winston-Salem for people in need. Then they marveled at the kindness of others.  Winston-Salem Journal

To Lois Koufman, the answer to a question that could have been answered in several ways on different levels was simple.

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Winston-Salem street woes: Potholes, metal plates, construction and poor traffic signal timing plague city drivers  Winston-Salem Journal

As drivers make their way around the closure of Business 40, other streets are seeing the collateral damage of potholes, thanks to a mix of winter weather and ...

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Forsyth commissioners approve agreement for Winston-Salem to participate in construction and operation of courthouse parking deck  Winston-Salem Journal

The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners on Thursday unanimously approved an agreement between the county and the City of Winston-Salem for the city to ...

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Pedestrian and driver cited in downtown Winston-Salem wreck Tuesday  Winston-Salem Journal

Both a pedestrian and a driver were cited Tuesday following a wreck in downtown Winston-Salem.

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Winston-Salem's Ken Raymond reappointed to North Carolina Board of Elections  Winston-Salem Journal

Gov. Roy Cooper approved the reappointment of Winston-Salem's Ken Raymond to the latest composition of the State Board of Elections on Thursday.

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Charges possible after driver falls asleep, crashes into Winston-Salem restaurant, another vehicle  WXII12 Winston-Salem

A driver is facing possible charges after crashing into a Winston-Salem restaurant Wednesday morning.

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Starbucks opens in Cloverdale Plaza  Winston-Salem Journal

Starbucks Coffee opened its latest Winston-Salem retail store Friday (Jan. 18) in a 2200-square-foot outparcel at Cloverdale Plaza shopping center.

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Winston-Salem's Harry Giles, formerly of Duke, playing often for the Sacramento Kings as of late  Winston-Salem Journal

CHARLOTTE — A month ago, Harry Giles III was in the middle of his second trip to the NBA G-League, still trying to carve his place out in the Sacramento.

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Crash closes Gilmer Avenue in Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem Journal

A traffic crash left power lines down on Gilmer Avenue on Tuesday afternoon, authorities said.

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2 men shot, one in the face, in Winston-Salem; good Samaritan helped them get to a hospital  Winston-Salem Journal

Two people who had suffered gunshot wounds were picked up by a good Samaritan who came upon them while driving Monday afternoon, Winston-Salem ...

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Manderline Scales, long-time Winston-Salem educator, dies at 91. She was one of four black teachers to integrate Parkland High School.  Winston-Salem Journal

Manderline Scales, who dedicated her life to educating area students, has died, her family said Tuesday.

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Photos: Winston-Salem State falls to Elizabeth City State 82-79 in overtime  Winston-Salem Journal

Winston-Salem State redshirt sophomore guard Julius Barnes (3) reacts as the band plays after the Rams lost to the Elizabeth City State Vikings 82-79 in ...

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Officer killed in line of duty still remembered in Winston-Salem 25 years later  Winston-Salem Journal

Officially adopted as policy by the city in 2010, the semantics and symbols tell the uninformed, the mildly curious and casual passersby that something solemn ...

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We asked, you answered: Why we love Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem Journal

[Editor's Note: Submissions have been edited for length and clarity.] Winston-Salem Monthly celebrates its 150th issue this month, and we decided to celebrate ...

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Authentic Filipino restaurant opens in Winston-Salem  Greensboro News & Record

Winston-Salem now has its own Filipino restaurant with the recent opening of Asian BBQ & Grill at 3230 Reynolda Road.

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Winston-Salem greenways offer great rides and hikes  Winston-Salem Journal

I enjoy riding my bike on long trails and greenways where I don't have to worry about cars and traffic. And while I have traveled hours to ride some of.

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Commentary: BB&T Moving Headquarters to Charlotte  Winston-Salem Chronicle

Winston-Salem residents, businesses, and community leaders received a wake-up call when BB&T announced the world's largest bank merger in more than a ...

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Winston-Salem State’s Singing Rams raising money for scholarship in honor of Faith Webber, killed in car accident  WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Winston-Salem State University's choir, the Singing Rams, has performed on major stages across the country and around the world.

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Winston-Salem woman dies from single-vehicle crash injuries in Greensboro  Winston-Salem Journal

Updated at 1:32 p.m., Jan. 25. GREENSBORO — A Winston-Salem woman who was critically injured in a wreck Thursday morning has died from her injuries.

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Home sales price climbs to $144000 in Winston-Salem area  Winston-Salem Journal

The Winston-Salem metropolitan statistical area reached at least a six-year high in median sales price of $144000 for 2018, Attom Data Solutions reported ...

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Phoning in for city meetings? Lawmakers are mixed on the Winston-Salem proposal.  Winston-Salem Journal

A proposal to let Winston-Salem City Council members take part in meetings electronically, rather than only in person, ran into opposition Friday during a city ...

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Foreclosure filings drop modestly in 2018 for Winston-Salem MSA  Winston-Salem Journal

The Winston-Salem metropolitan statistical area experienced a modest decrease in foreclosure filings in 2018, according to a report by Attom Data Solutions, ...

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Brian Sharp, a Winston-Salem native, selected as the next men's golf coach at Virginia Tech  Winston-Salem Journal

Brian Sharp doesn't remember the exact moment he fell in love with Virginia Tech.

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New brewery coming to Winston-Salem's Industry Hill down the street from Wise Man  Winston-Salem Journal

Two Triad childhood friends have teamed up with a third partner to form Radar Brewing Co., which is set to open this year at 216 E. Ninth St.

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2 displaced, dog revived after fire breaks out at Winston-Salem apartment complex  Winston-Salem Journal

Two people were displaced and a dog overcome with smoke was revived in the wake of a Sunday-morning fire in an apartment on North Cherry Street, ...

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Wake Forest basketball snaps 5-game losing streak with OT win against Pitt  Winston-Salem Journal

The streak is over. Wake Forest defeated Pittsburgh 78-76 on Tuesday night to snap the Deacons' run of five straight losses.

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Photos: Winston-Salem greenways provide miles of riding  Winston-Salem Journal

The cyclist rides the serpentine path of the Waughtown Connector trail near Quarry Park. The trail runs through the park and connects to about 17 miles of trails.

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Shooting call leads to arrests in 2018 homicide  Winston-Salem Journal

Winston-Salem police responding to a shooting Wednesday night arrested a man wanted in a 2018 homicide, followed by the arrest Thursday of a second ...

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WSSU's Corey Rutherford, a former Winston-Salem Prep player, thankful to be on the court this season  Winston-Salem Journal

You'll have to excuse Corey Rutherford of Winston-Salem State. He gets a bit emotional when he talks about being on the court this season.

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Bank robbers hit credit union in Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem Journal

Police are investigating a bank robbery that occurred in Winston-Salem Friday morning. No injuries were reported.

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Forsyth legislators introduce school calendar bill  Winston-Salem Journal

A state House bill was introduced Monday to coordinate the school calendars of Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools and Forsyth Technical Community ...

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Photos: More Confederate statue debate at Winston-Salem City Council  Winston-Salem Journal

Keenen Altic (left) and Joe Robak hold a "Hate out of Winston" banner prior to a city council meeting Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019, at City Hall in downtown ...

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Landmarks Society to tour Winston-Salem | News  Hickory Daily Record

HICKORY — The Hickory Landmarks Society will sponsor its 23rd annual historic preservation group tour on Saturday, March 16. This year's destination is ...

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First Watch offering breakfast, brunch and lunch on Stratford  Winston-Salem Journal

First Watch, a chain restaurant new to Winston-Salem, has opened at 1602 S. Stratford Road near Hanes Mall, offering a variety of breakfast dishes, sandwiches ...

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More than 100 people attend meeting at Winston Salem First about plans to sell church, end financial support for school  Winston-Salem Journal

More than 100 people attended a meeting Monday night at Winston Salem First, where church officials explained their plan to sell the church to Wake Forest ...

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Don't keep it simple: Australian guitarist and singer plays Winston-Salem  Yes! Weekly

People sometimes like to point out that the piano is a percussion instrument. They mention this when someone approaches the keyboard with a particularly ...

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