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Marketplace Mall withdraws request for United Health entrance

    Marketplace Mall withdraws request for United Health entrance

Marketplace Mall withdrew a zoning request Monday night for a second entrance that would’ve led directly to United Health Centers.

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Vote on new curbside recycling option coming

    Vote on new curbside recycling option coming

Commissioners plan to vote on both recycling items in their next formal meeting on Dec. 14.

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Opioid Task Force tackles addiction epidemic

    Opioid Task Force tackles addiction epidemic

Forsyth County’s Opioid Task Force is working to improve the local response to the nationwide opioid epidemic.

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Small Business Saturday vendor fair benefits Cancer Services

    Small Business Saturday vendor fair benefits Cancer Services

On Small Business Saturday The Debbie Burchett Endowment Fund held the vendor fair in the Bolton Home and Garden Building at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds to support Cancer Services.

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City, N.C. honors Virginia Newell

    City, N.C. honors Virginia Newell

Former East Ward City Council Member Dr. Virginia Newell celebrated her 100th birthday with some prestigious presents like the Order

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Piedmont Wind Symphony to Perform Holiday Concert with Jazz Legend Dee Dee Bridgewater

    Piedmont Wind Symphony to Perform Holiday Concert with Jazz Legend Dee Dee Bridgewater

The Piedmont Wind Symphony (PWS), under the direction of Music Director & Conductor Maestro Matthew Troy, will present “Happy Holidays

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The Enclave seeks to grow

    The Enclave seeks to grow

An abandoned, foreclosed development that’s now a thriving community of affordable housing is looking to expand. During the 2008 foreclosure

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Event reflects on Columbia Heights and WSSU

    Event reflects on Columbia Heights and WSSU

By Todd Luck, The Chronicle Residents fondly remembered life in the Columbia Heights community located around Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) and

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WSSU students sleep out for homelessness awareness

    WSSU  students sleep out for homelessness awareness

Winston-Salem State University students continued  their tradition of spending the night outside in honor of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.

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Co-op grocery store recruiting

    Co-op grocery store recruiting

SHARE Cooperative of Winston-Salem is recruiting members to help open its Harvest Market grocery store in the Peter’s Creek area.

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