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City might help turn former Church’s Chicken into Zesto

    City might help turn former Church’s Chicken into Zesto

The Winston-Salem City Council may help fund the transformation of the former Church’s Chicken on New Walkertown Road into a new Zesto eatery.

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Panels discuss inclusion, entrepreneurial opportunities

    Panels discuss inclusion, entrepreneurial opportunities

A panel discussion explored concepts of inclusion, and the challenges entrepreneurs face here in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.

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Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation announces a new strategy

    Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation announces a new strategy

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (ZSR) is adopting new strategies in its mission to help people.

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Food Lion donates mobile food pantry to Second Harvest

    Food Lion donates mobile food pantry to Second Harvest

On a week when Food Lion celebrated the remodeling of its stores, the grocery giant gave a mobile food pantry to Second Harvest Food Bank.

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‘Super dude’ ventures into coffee business

  ‘Super dude’ ventures into coffee business

Camden Myers is not your average 8-year-old boy. Although he enjoys playing with his siblings, going to the movies, and

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WSSU, stadium have new U.S. 52 interchange

  WSSU, stadium have new U.S. 52 interchange

Changes coming to MLK Drive, too Starting on Wednesday, July 12, the U.S. Highway 52 interchange for Rams Drive has

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TV chef takes reins of struggling restaurant

  TV chef takes reins of  struggling restaurant

After closing its doors for a few weeks to make changes to the menu and staff, Malone’s, the soul food

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757 North apartment complex celebrates grand opening

  757 North apartment complex celebrates grand opening

757 North, the city’s newest apartment community on the corner of North Chestnut Street and North Martin Luther King Jr.

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Homegrown talent returns where his journey began

  Homegrown talent returns where his journey began

In 2009 when Fred Parent left Winston-Salem for the bright lights of New York City to take a teaching position,

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IFB solutions recognizes employees

  IFB solutions recognizes employees

IFB Solutions recently honored its employees and volunteers for their commitment to helping IFB provide jobs, training and services for

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