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The Enclave seeks to grow

    The Enclave seeks to grow

An abandoned, foreclosed development that’s now a thriving community of affordable housing is looking to expand. During the 2008 foreclosure crisis, an average of 120 homes a month were being

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Thanksgiving holiday means changes

    Thanksgiving holiday means changes

City offices will be closed Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23 and 24, for the Thanksgiving holiday. CityLink 311, the city’s citizen service call center, will be closed on Thanksgiving Day

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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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City budget plan gains drug court, Trans-AID hike

    City budget plan gains drug court, Trans-AID hike

Funding for a drug court, an extension for an underutilized bus route and a rate increase for Trans-AID have been added to the City of Winston-Salem’s proposed $482.2 million budget.

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City budget enhances bus routes and city worker pay

    City budget  enhances bus routes and city worker pay

The proposed $482.2 million City of Winston-Salem budget covers Winston-Salem Transit Authority’s budget shortfall, improves the new bus routes, increases

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City passes budget focusing on pay and crime

    City passes budget focusing on pay and crime

A budget with an emphasis on city worker wages and police recruitment passed the Winston-Salem City Council with a 6-2 vote.

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CDC won’t run Liberty market

    CDC won’t run Liberty market

(pictured above: This market for farmers and other vendors is slated to open soon.) The outdoor Liberty Street Vendors’ Market will

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Editorial: City Shouldn’t be Nanny and Thom Tillis

    Editorial: City Shouldn’t be Nanny and Thom Tillis

City Shouldn’t be Nanny Later this month, the city will begin hosting a series of Friday evening activities at the

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City wants new life for shotgun houses

    City wants new life for shotgun houses

(pictured above: The house at 716 Humphrey St.) The city is seeking developers to restore the two surviving shotgun houses in

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor

Thank-you To the Editor: The Chronicle’s 29th Community Awards Banquet on Saturday, March 22 was an outstanding event of which

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