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W-S considering buying lot from Salem College

    W-S considering buying lot from Salem College

The City of Winston-Salem is considering buying a downtown lot near Business 40 from Salem College for $450,850.

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Change on development upsets residents

    Change on development upsets residents

The City Council heard from residents who were upset with a zoning amendment that allows for residential development in Highway Business (HB) and General Office (GO) districts.

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WSTA prepares for Nov. 11

    WSTA prepares for Nov. 11

Winston-Salem is preparing for the closure of Business 40 from Petes Creek Parkway to Highway 52 that will start Sunday, Nov. 11.

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Part of proposed county sales tax will go to schools if OK’d

    Part of proposed county sales tax will go to schools if OK’d

If voters ratify the quarter-cent county sales tax this November, a portion of the revenues it generates will go to the school system.

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BPI Report details inequalities in local black communities

    BPI Report details inequalities in local black communities

“Rethinking Philanthropy: An Exploration of Black Communities” was a study commissioned by BPI.

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Democrats pick Annette Scippio for East Ward

    Democrats pick Annette Scippio for East Ward

Annette Scippio was chosen by her fellow East Ward Democrats on Sunday to fill the seat that will soon be left vacant by City Council Member Derwin Montgomery.

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Winston-Salem considering buying downtown lot from Salem College

    Winston-Salem considering buying downtown lot from Salem College

The City of Winston-Salem is considering buying a downtown lot near Business 40 from Salem College for $450,850. The .45

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Commissioners to vote on giving part of proposed sales tax to schools

    Commissioners to vote on giving part of proposed sales tax to schools

At the request of the Board of Education, the county commissioners plan to vote today, Oct. 4, on allocating part

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Larger than life

    Larger than life

Larry Leon Hamlin portrait unveiled at The Benton A portrait of National Black Theatre Festival (NBTF) founder Larry Leon Hamlin

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Teachers demand school board action on supplements

    Teachers demand school board action on supplements

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Board of Education assured teachers that it was working to increase supplements during its meeting last week,

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