Latch Key, Inc. broke ground Friday on its East Winston Community Garden on Bramble Brook Lane, near Alpha And Omega Church. The youth enrichment nonprofit is using land owned by
In a Democratic Primary shocker, Joycelyn Johnson lost her City Council seat four years ago to Derwin Montgomery, who was then a senior at Winston-Salem State University. Johnson, who served
The City Council is considering a list of recommendations made by the Citizens’ Organizational Efficiency Review Committee (COERC) to increase the efficiency of city government while tightening purse strings. The
The City Council will consider later this year whether to take measures to reduce the remaining number of backyard trash collections. The city moved to do away with backyard collection
The Ministers Conference of Winston-Salem and Vicinity has joined the call to action over the countywide dip in property values.
Property owners should expect a rate hike as the city and county scramble for ways to make up the millions
Dolores Watson purchased her home on North Cameron Avenue for $91,300 two decades ago. The dwelling is now valued at
The crowd leapt to its feet at the Millennium Center Tuesday night when Elisabeth Motsinger took to the stage. Motsinger,
Hundreds of trees planted in East Winston City-sponsored Community Roots Day is more popular than ever. The annual tree planting
The Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission will unveil a marker honoring the legacy of the city’s history-making Black Panther Party.