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City approves firefighter grant and Powerscreen rezoning

    City approves firefighter grant and Powerscreen rezoning

The Winston-Salem City Council approved a grant for more firefighters and a zoning request from Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic during its Monday, Oct. 16, meeting. The Winston-Salem Fire Department was awarded a

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Salvation Army Senior Center holds health fair

    Salvation Army Senior Center holds health fair

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The Salvation Army held a health fair to help kick off its new seniors program at its Civic Community Center on Saturday, May 6. The

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Commissioners reject car charging stations

    Commissioners reject car charging stations

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE County Commissioners voted unanimously to reject electric car charging stations at new libraries and approved land acquisition for a school bond project during their Monday,

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School grant writing team recognized

    School grant writing team recognized

BY TEVIN STINSON  THE CHRONICLE  Earlier this week the Winston-Salem Forsyth County School Board recognized the group of individuals who helped three local school receive federal School Improvement Grant (SIG).

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City sets recruitment fair to help organize neighborhood groups

    City sets recruitment fair to help organize neighborhood groups

Neighborhood groups have been meeting all over Winston-Salem this year, trying to organize residents to help improve their neighborhoods. Neighbors

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Disabled small business-owner defies odds

    Disabled small business-owner defies odds

Anthony Johnson is physically and developmentally disabled. Yet, each morning the Chester, S.C. native rises determined to prove that he

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McDonald’s grant gets WS/FC schools out of a jam

    McDonald’s grant gets WS/FC schools out of a jam

(pictured above:  Ronald McDonald leads kids in a health and wellness program.) A grant from Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) has

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Blood pressure: Lower may not be better

    Blood pressure:  Lower may not be better

Local researcher publishes findings in national journal For decades, common medical wisdom has been “the lower the better” in treating

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Matters of the Heart

    Matters of the Heart

WSSU takes health project to Piedmont Park (pictured above:  Hazel Neely, president of the Piedmont Park Resident Council, is among the

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Artsy park events to start on May 27

    Artsy park events to start on May 27

(pictured above: A view of Winston-Square Park during the city’s most recent Rock the Block street festival. The park will host

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