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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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‘Shop Small for All’ is the theme for Saturday

    ‘Shop Small for All’ is the theme for Saturday

Special to The Chronicle With the holiday shopping season upon us, the North Carolina Community College Small Business Center Network (SBCN), which includes Forsyth Technical Community College’s Small Business Center,

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Rezoning for real estate business shot down in Walkertown

    Rezoning for real estate business shot down in Walkertown

When Tony and Pamela Robinson purchased property located at 2575 Martin St. in Walkertown, they thought it was the perfect place to open their real estate business.  The Robinsons felt even more

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United Way names leader of the UWFC Foundation

    United Way names leader of the UWFC Foundation

United Way Forsyth County has appointed Cathy Coles as the executive director of the UWFC Foundation.  In this role, Coles will oversee the United Way’s Major Gifts and Planned Giving

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Marla Newman appointed community development director

  Marla Newman appointed community development director

City Manager Lee Garrity announced the appointment of Marla Y. Newman as Winston-Salem’s next community development director. Newman will assume

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Company aims spotlight on mental health

  Company aims spotlight on mental health

While making a splash in the fashion industry, a locally owned, and operated streetwear company is also shining a light

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Patrice Toney completes course as emerging leader

  Patrice Toney completes course as emerging leader

Special to The Chronicle CHAPEL HILL, NC – On Sept. 15, Patrice Toney, Budget and Evaluation director for the city of

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Helping to get ‘houses’ in order

  Helping to get ‘houses’ in order

Nelson Mullins attorneys from Charlotte, Raleigh, and Columbia, S.C., joined their colleagues in Winston-Salem on Saturday, Oct. 21, to provide free wills for 32 Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County clients.

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Residential construction at 10-year high

  Residential construction at 10-year high

Residential construction in Forsyth County set a 10-year quarterly high with $125 million in permit value.

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A cut above the rest

  A cut above the rest

Gerald Hutson, the owner of Bus Stop Barber Shop, has been cutting hair for more than 70 years.

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