Posts From Layla Garms

Mudpies Adding to Goler Depot

    Mudpies Adding to Goler Depot

After more than four years of planning and preparation, Northwest Child Development Centers broke ground on its newest facility, Mudpies Downtown East, on Dec. 12. The $3.4 million state-of-the-art facility

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Special Delivery Comes right on time for Salvation Army

    Special Delivery Comes right on time for Salvation Army

Christmas came a little early for the Salvation Army of Winston-Salem. [pullquote]it’s better to give than to receive[/pullquote]The agency, which is supporting 2,700 local families with gifts of toys and

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Local parents reassured in post Sandy Hook world

    Local parents reassured in post Sandy Hook world

Reverberations of the shots fired at Sandy Hook Elementary are being felt across the nation and around the world, as citizens struggle to come to grips with the tragedy. The

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Money Matter$

    Money Matter$

Financial management program aims to make clients less dependent There was a time when money wasn’t an issue for city native Marvin “Skip” Skipworth. [pullquote]“When I was working, I had

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Forsyth Tech-trained locals ready to take advantage of new manufacturing jobs

    Forsyth Tech-trained locals ready to take advantage of new manufacturing jobs

Representatives from Deere-Hitachi Construction Machinery Corporation visited the campus of Forsyth Technical Community College last week to talk to students

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Droves come out for judge’s send-off celebration

    Droves come out for judge’s send-off celebration

After 21 years on the Forsyth County District Court bench, the Honorable Chester Davis is set to bang his gavel

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Cancer and toys focus of benefit concert

    Cancer and toys focus of benefit concert

Christian musicians helped to raise money for two worthy causes Sunday at Morning Star Baptist Church. Anita “Boss Lady” Dean-Arnette,

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ESR leaving East Winston

    ESR leaving East Winston

Agency to break-ground on new multi-million dollar headquarters After calling East Winston home for 45 years, ESR (Experiment in Self-Reliance)

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Family seeks answers, closure

    Family seeks answers, closure

Constance “Connie” Hall was murdered more than a year ago Growing up, city native April Hall looked up to her

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Why Was Womble Charged?

Many have questions in wake of lawmaker’s exoneration More than a week after criminal charges stemming from a fatal traffic

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