Posts From Todd Luck

‘Soul Food Scholar’ shares knowledge of black chefs and presidents

    ‘Soul Food Scholar’ shares knowledge of black chefs and presidents

Adrian Miller, a former special presidential assistant and self-proclaimed “Soul Food Scholar,” gave a lesson in culinary history on foods prepared for presidents by African-Americans at Sweet Potatoes restaurant

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Panel explores history of Depot Street area

    Panel explores history of Depot Street area

Long before there was an Innovation Quarter, that area of downtown was the thriving heart of the black community along Depot Street.

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Voting machines delayed

    Voting machines delayed

Forsyth BOE begins early general election voting The absence of a State Board of Elections (BOE) is causing a delay in Forsyth County getting new voting machines that may affect

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City approves firefighter grant and Powerscreen rezoning

    City approves firefighter grant and Powerscreen rezoning

The Winston-Salem City Council approved a grant for more firefighters and a zoning request from Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic during its Monday, Oct. 16, meeting. The Winston-Salem Fire Department was awarded a

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Grant for more firefighters divides Winston-Salem City Council

    Grant for more firefighters divides Winston-Salem City Council

The Winston-Salem City Council will vote Monday on a controversial grant to hire more firefighters. The matter was continued from

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Walter Marshall’s name will live on with building

    Walter Marshall’s name will live on with building

Forsyth County commissioners voted during their Thursday, Sept. 28, meeting to rename the Social Services building after the late Walter Marshall.

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City holds off on Powerscreen rezoning

    City holds off on Powerscreen rezoning

City Council delayed a vote on a controversial rezoning for Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic and voted to make a former mill a historic landmark during its Monday, Oct. 2, meeting.

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Activists hold funeral procession to protest deportation

    Activists hold funeral procession to protest deportation

A mock funeral procession was held in downtown Winston-Salem last week to protest deportation.

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Social Services building to be named after Walter Marshall

    Social Services building to be named after Walter Marshall

Forsyth County commissioners voted during their Thursday, Sept. 28, meeting to rename the Social Services building after the late Walter

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City moving toward top goal

    City moving toward top goal

Winston-Salem has made progress but is still a long way off from becoming a top 50 metro area by 2020.

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