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Rec and Parks Department loses another to retirement

    Rec and Parks Department loses another to retirement

Already in 2017 the city of Winston-Salem and the Recreation and Parks Department has seen the retirement announcements of two dynamic figures, Art Blevins and Ben Piggott.  Unfortunately there is

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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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Students and parents explore opportunities at local magnet schools

    Students and parents explore opportunities at local magnet schools

Although the Dixie Classic Fair isn’t scheduled to return to the city until Sept. 2018, the Education Building at the city fairgrounds mirrored the fall classic last weekend as hundreds

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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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Montgomery: MLK Burger King still planning to rebuild

    Montgomery: MLK Burger King still planning to rebuild

The City Council delayed rezoning items for the Burger King on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and a controversial cell

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Marla Newman appointed community development director

    Marla Newman appointed community development director

City Manager Lee Garrity announced the appointment of Marla Y. Newman as Winston-Salem’s next community development director. Newman will assume

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Winston-Salem native Jackeè coming home for play

    Winston-Salem native Jackeè coming home for play

By Busta Brown The Chronicle Winston-Salem’s own Jackeè Harry is coming home this Saturday, Nov. 4,  at 8 p.m. at

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Event seeks to change traditional view about philanthropy

    Event seeks to change traditional view about philanthropy

By Bridget Elam, For The Chronicle What is philanthropy?  Generally, people consider philanthropy as an act by a wealthy person to

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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,

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WSSU Homecoming 2017 starts Sunday

    WSSU Homecoming 2017 starts Sunday

Concerts, reunions, step shows, coronations, parades and the big game are all part of the many offerings for Winston-Salem State

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