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Noon Hour celebrates King in the age of Trump

    Noon Hour celebrates King in the age of Trump

It was a mix of celebration and somber realities at the MLK Noon Hour Commemoration held at Union Baptist Church on Monday.

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Building a legacy one project at a time

    Building a legacy one project at a time

Construction runs in the family for William Cockerham Jr. His grandfather, was the first African American business owner in segregated Davie County in 1959.

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Public Art Commission brings diverse art to the city

    Public Art Commission brings diverse art to the city

An artistic tribute to Larry Leon Hamlin, a water tank mural and a citywide portrait initiative are projects currently being commissioned by the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Public Art Commission. The 10-member

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MLK Burger King rezoning delayed; Hawley House expansion approved

    MLK Burger King rezoning delayed;  Hawley House expansion approved

The Winston-Salem City Council approved rezoning that’ll let Hawley House expand and delayed a vote on the Burger King on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive during its Tuesday, Jan. 2,

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Bond project golf course bids fall short of M/WBE goal

    Bond project golf course bids fall short of M/WBE goal

Forsyth County commissioners are set to vote on a contract for Tanglewood Park Championship Golf Course renovations that didn’t meet

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City SOAR program boasts high employment rate

    City SOAR program boasts high employment rate

The city’s Successful Outcomes After Release (SOAR) is boasting a 65 percent employment rate for former offenders that completed its

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Night, weekend service added to some bus routes

    Night, weekend service added to some bus routes

Winston-Salem Transit Authority (WSTA) has added night and weekend service to many bus routes for 2018. WSTA and Winston-Salem City

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Wastewater plant recognized for excellence

    Wastewater plant recognized for excellence

Archie Elledge Wastewater Treatment Plant in Winston Salem was awarded the 2017 Operations & Maintenance Excellence Award.

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New program to help feed, educate kids

    New program to help feed, educate kids

A new after-school program to help feed and educate local school students is coming to the historic Winston Mutual Building.

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Emancipation service welcomes challenging 2018

    Emancipation service welcomes challenging 2018

A local service greeted the uncertainties of the new year with a remembrance of the 155th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln signing the Emancipation Proclamation.

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