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Still asking…where will they go?

    Still asking…where will they go?

HAWS seems to be moving forward with sale of Crystal Towers while tenants left in the dark

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Where will they go?

    Where will they go?

While the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem (HAWS) waits to hear back from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the 201 residents who call Crystal Towers home continue to cope with unsafe living conditions.

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Crystal Towers’ residents will be forced to move

    Crystal Towers’ residents will be forced to move

Less than a year after they announced the sale of the building, next month the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem (HAWS) is expected finalize the sale of Crystal Towers.

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City Council asks HAWS not to sell Crystal Towers

    City Council asks HAWS not to sell Crystal Towers

Members of the City Council asked the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem not to sell Crystal Towers.

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Editorial: Housing Authority, reconsider selling Crystal Towers

    Editorial: Housing Authority, reconsider selling Crystal Towers

Last week the Winston-Salem Housing Authority released its plans to sell Crystal Towers, a 201-unit apartment community that rests in

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Crystal Towers sale would displace 200

    Crystal Towers sale would displace 200

Crystal Towers, an 11-story public housing apartment building for seniors and those with disabilities, is up for sale. The high-rise

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Volunteers offering voters reminders and transportation

    Volunteers offering voters reminders and transportation

(pictured above: Linda Sutton with Constance Bradley (right).) Democracy Winston-Salem: The Voting Rights Coalition is running an election season phone-bank operation

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Shepherd’s Center fulfills 25,000th request by senior

    Shepherd’s Center fulfills 25,000th request by senior

The Shepherd’s Center celebrated responding to its 25,000th request for transportation assistance on Thursday, Aug. 15. To mark this significant

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