Business and Careers

New W-S State license plates hit the road

    New W-S State license plates hit the road

After 20 years, the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has unveiled a new look for WSSU’s plates that features the fierce new Ram logo. The plates were approved

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4 gain Hope du Jour Awards

    4 gain Hope du Jour Awards

The 2018 Hope du Jour on May 2 was our most successful ever, with over 141 local restaurants participating. In August, Crisis Control Ministry honored three restaurants and one sponsor

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National summit explores the importance of culinary training

    National summit explores the importance of culinary training

Chefs, caterers and entrepreneurs from across the country met in Winston-Salem last week for the Catalyst Kitchens, Feeding America National Summit.

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Business of the Month: Market’s owner is ‘Working-N-Faith’

    Business of the Month: Market’s owner is ‘Working-N-Faith’

The Business of the Month is Kingz Downtown Market at 418 N. Liberty St. in downtown Winston-Salem.

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Hospice care organization changes name

  Hospice care organization changes name

On Sept. 1, North Carolina’s first nonprofit hospice organization founded in 1979, Hospice & Palliative CareCenter, changed its name to

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Panera Bread to present check to nonprofit

  Panera Bread to present check to nonprofit

Covelli Enterprises, the largest franchisee of Panera Bread, will present a check today, Thursday, Sept. 6, for $5,152.24 to the

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Triad business expo fuels ambition

  Triad business expo fuels ambition

All roads led to Winston-Salem last weekend as thousands traveled from near and far for the Triad Minority and Women’s Business Expo.

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Financial literacy service for all opens at Capital Bank branch

  Financial literacy service  for all opens at Capital Bank branch

Officials opened a HOPE Inside center at the bank’s branch at 225 E. Hanes Mill Road in Winston-Salem on Aug. 10.

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Local woman bets on herself

  Local woman bets on herself

Although her business is quickly gaining popularity among consumers across Forsyth County, Kimbrough said this is only the beginning for Ta’Nisha Monique Cupcakes. 

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Busta’s Person of the Week: He tells how to avoid ‘slavery’

  Busta’s Person of the Week: He tells how to avoid ‘slavery’

Busta’s Person of the Week: Dr. George C. Fraser

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