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Residents glad city taking over lots in Lake Park

    Residents glad city taking over lots in Lake Park

Lake Park residents said they’re happy to see the City of Winston-Salem forgive a 1990 developer’s loan in exchange for acquiring 22 undeveloped lots in their subdivision.

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Insurance commissioner recognizes local fire departments

    Insurance commissioner recognizes local fire departments

State Insurance Commissioner and Fire Marshal Mike Causey announced new insurance ratings for five Forsyth County fire departments during last week’s county commissioners meeting.

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MLK Burger King rezoning delayed; Hawley House expansion approved

    MLK Burger King rezoning delayed;  Hawley House expansion approved

The Winston-Salem City Council approved rezoning that’ll let Hawley House expand and delayed a vote on the Burger King on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive during its Tuesday, Jan. 2,

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Bond project golf course bids fall short of M/WBE goal

    Bond project golf course bids fall short of M/WBE goal

Forsyth County commissioners are set to vote on a contract for Tanglewood Park Championship Golf Course renovations that didn’t meet the county’s minority subcontractor goals. The golf course renovations are

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City SOAR program boasts high employment rate

  City SOAR program boasts high employment rate

The city’s Successful Outcomes After Release (SOAR) is boasting a 65 percent employment rate for former offenders that completed its

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Night, weekend service added to some bus routes

  Night, weekend service added to some bus routes

Winston-Salem Transit Authority (WSTA) has added night and weekend service to many bus routes for 2018. WSTA and Winston-Salem City

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Wastewater plant recognized for excellence

  Wastewater plant recognized for excellence

Archie Elledge Wastewater Treatment Plant in Winston Salem was awarded the 2017 Operations & Maintenance Excellence Award.

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What would be in a 2018 bond?

  What would be in a 2018 bond?

More two-way streets downtown? A second phase for Quarry Park? Millions for workforce housing? Those are just some of the

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Street performers want change in city rules

  Street performers want change in city rules

Some local musicians are hoping the city will change its ordinance regulating downtown street performers.  The 2015 ordinance requires street

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North Carolinians urged to get REAL ID sooner than later

  North Carolinians urged to get REAL ID sooner than later

Even though 2018 is literally just a few days away, Oct. 1, 2020, still seems to be  a long way

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