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Elizabeth’s Pizza no longer interested in Union Station

    Elizabeth’s Pizza no longer interested in Union Station

A little over a year after the Winston-Salem City Council approved a lease for Elizabeth’s Pizza to lease space in the newly renovated Union Station, the family-owned restaurant chain decided to pull out of the deal.

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Young Democrats of Forsyth County bridge WSSU and WFU

    Young Democrats of Forsyth County bridge WSSU and WFU

On Saturday, April 27, the Young Democrats of Forsyth County (YDFC) hosted its second Breakfast Club Brunch at the C.G. O’Kelly Library on the campus of Winston-Salem State University.

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County approves $600,000 for purchase of Budget Inn

    County approves $600,000 for purchase of Budget Inn

Discussions on redeveloping the four-acre property into a 60-unit apartment building have been going on for a few years.

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Cashing in on downtown’s growth

    Cashing in on downtown’s growth

With recent investments in infrastructure and attractions that draw people from across the city and Forsyth County, the city’s best kept secret just may be the Southeast Ward.

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Forsyth County volunteers are recognized for their outstanding service

  Forsyth County volunteers are recognized for their outstanding service

HandsOn Northwest North Carolina, in partnership with the United Way of Forsyth County, Salem College, and The Winston-Salem Journal, recently presented the 2019 Governor’s Volunteer Service Awards to 15 recipients from across Forsyth County. 

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Montgomery aims to help those with little means

  Montgomery aims to help those with little means

Earlier this week, North Carolina State Rep. Derwin L. Montgomery filed three bills aimed at helping those with little means in N.C. HB 906, HB 907 and HB 909 are directed toward changing policy to help individuals struggling economically in N.C.

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City Council approves Emerging Capital Needs Program

  City Council approves Emerging Capital Needs Program

During a meeting on Monday, April 16, the Winston-Salem City Council voted to approve $3 million for the construction of a brand new Belview Community Center. The funds for the new community center is part of the council’s newly adopted Emerging Capital Needs Program which is designed to address the needs of the city that were presented by the mayor and city council earlier this year.

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Elected officials speak on questionable bills

  Elected officials speak on questionable bills

Elected officials speak on questionable bills

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New bill shackles black voters into 2 wards

  New bill shackles black voters into 2 wards

If N.C. House Representatives Donny Lambeth and Debra Conrad have their way, some drastic changes could be on the horizon for the Winston-Salem City Council and the citizens of the Twin City.

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‘What’s right, what’s moral, what’s legal’

  ‘What’s right, what’s moral, what’s legal’

Sheriff Kimbrough addresses ICE agreement during community forum

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