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Bowman Gray sale delayed until late 2018

    Bowman Gray sale delayed until late 2018

The city’s sale of Bowman Gray Stadium to Winston-Salem State University won’t be finalized until the end of next year, at the earliest.

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WSPD getting ice cream truck and bookmobile

    WSPD getting ice cream truck and bookmobile

Next summer, children may get a new view of police as the Winston-Salem Police Foundation plans to role out an ice cream truck and bookmobile in one vehicle.

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City Council rejects controversial rezoning

    City Council rejects controversial rezoning

The City Council voted unanimously against rezoning for a 144-unit apartment complex where Fourth Street meets Peters Creek Parkway.

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Elder Law Clinic currently accepting applications

    Elder Law Clinic currently accepting applications

Wake Forest University’s Elder Law Clinic is currently accepting applications for its fall 2017 semester.

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Non-residential construction permits at a 10-year high

    Non-residential construction permits at a 10-year high

Permit values for nonresidential construction in Forsyth County are at a new 10-year quarterly high.

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WSSU celebrates 125 years with events

    WSSU celebrates 125 years with events

Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) is readying for a celebration 125 years in the making.  On Sept. 28, 1892, Slater Academy,

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Historic marker for 14th Street School to be unveiled

    Historic marker for 14th Street School to be unveiled

A local historic marker commemorating the 14th Street School will be unveiled at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, at 1215 N. Cameron Ave.

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9/11 commemoration centers on first responders

    9/11 commemoration centers on first responders

JROTC cadets were once again brought together with first responders for the 9/11 Public Safety Challenge

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Gentleman’s Quorum Program, which helps boys, gets grant

    Gentleman’s Quorum Program, which helps boys, gets grant

Neighbors for Better Neighborhoods (NBN) has given Gentleman’s Quorum Inc. a grant in the amount of $9,022 to support a program designed to help teach boys how to become men. The focus of the program is teaching students employability training skills and equipping them with social skills to adapt and adjust to most social interactions.

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Low M/WBE participation project sparks county debate

    Low M/WBE participation project sparks county debate

A winning bid that had only 0.4 percent Minority/Woman Business Enterprise (M/WBE) participation sparked a debate among county commissioners.

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