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Scott-Johnson ends storied career

    Scott-Johnson ends storied career

(pictured above: Denise Scott-Johnson chats with her former supervisor, Nick Jamison.) The event began with hugs, well-wishes and food and ended with an emotional farewell. The City of Winston-Salem said goodbye

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Residents want scaled-down bond

    Residents want scaled-down bond

(pictured above:  Council members Derwin Montgmery and Molly Leight address residents’ concerns last week.) The New South Community Coalition is calling on the city to scale back its proposed bond referendum.

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City receives offer for stadium

    City receives offer for stadium

(pictured above:  Thousands pack Bowman Gray for WSSU’s recent commencement ceremony.) Winston-Salem State University is a step closer to buying city-owned Bowman Gray Stadium. City Manager Lee Garrity said this week

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Stadium still the city’s

    Stadium still the city’s

Snail’s pace for WSSU purchase of Bowman Gray Nearly a year after City Council signed off on the sale of Bowman Gray Stadium to Winston-Salem State University, the transaction remains

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Spike in gun violence a concern

    Spike in gun violence a concern

(pictured above: Chief Barry Rountree wants guns off the streets.) City leaders are making a push to reduce gun violence

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W-S has new asst. city manager

    W-S has new asst. city manager

City Manager Lee Garrity has promoted Budget and Evaluation Director Ben Rowe to assistant city manager. Rowe will oversee Budget

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City’s second black police chief takes oath

    City’s second black police chief takes oath

Barry Rountree, the city’s first black male police chief, was sworn-in Sunday at City Hall. Rountree, a Winston-Salem State University

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It’s ’Tree!

Winston-Salem Assistant Police Chief Barry D. Rountree will be the city’s next police chief, City Manager Lee Garrity announced last

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Objections remain as coliseum sale passes

    Objections remain as coliseum sale passes

The Winston-Salem City Council voted Monday to go forward with the sales of Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum to Wake

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Residents to get chance to question police chief finalists

    Residents to get chance to question  police chief finalists

A public forum will be held Tuesday, May 21 from 4–5:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chamber to give

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