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City begins meetings on new bonds

    City begins meetings on new bonds

A 2018 bond referendum is getting closer to reality as the City Council held a special meeting on Monday, Jan. 29.

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City approves Bunzl incentives and park projects

    City approves Bunzl incentives and park projects

The Winston-Salem City Council approved up to $182,950 in incentives over five years to Bunzl Distribution USA Inc. to relocate to Forsyth County. Bunzl is a subsidiary of London-based Bunzl

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County moves forward with ARCA lease of Springwood Center

    County moves forward with ARCA lease of Springwood Center

Forsyth County commissioners are moving forward with leasing a former nursing facility to Addiction Recovery Care Association Inc. (ARCA). Liberty Healthcare and Rehabilitation Services recently ended its nominal lease with

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City Council asked to support medical cannabis

    City Council asked to support medical cannabis

An appeal for a resolution supporting legalizing medical cannabis in North Carolina was made during the Winston-Salem City Council’s public comment session last week. Tim Lounsbury, deputy director of NC

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Commissioners ask state for help with class size requirements

    Commissioners ask state for  help with class size requirements

Forsyth County commissioners approved additional funding for the Nurse-Family Partnership and appealed to the state for help with smaller classroom

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Residents glad city taking over lots in Lake Park

    Residents glad city taking over lots in Lake Park

Lake Park residents said they’re happy to see the City of Winston-Salem forgive a 1990 developer’s loan in exchange for acquiring 22 undeveloped lots in their subdivision.

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Insurance commissioner recognizes local fire departments

    Insurance commissioner recognizes local fire departments

State Insurance Commissioner and Fire Marshal Mike Causey announced new insurance ratings for five Forsyth County fire departments during last week’s county commissioners meeting.

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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

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