Aug. 6, 2014 10:42
Drive down McCreary Street in Winston-Salem’s Northeast Ward and you will see several empty plots of land, some of which are overgrown with Kudzu. Those are the properties where realtor Richard Miller once owned houses, only to have them burned down by vandals....
July 30, 2014 11:17
Brothers Moses and Ceasar Cone started Revolution Mill in the 1890s after realizing that it would be easier to process the raw materials needed to make denim and other textiles closer to where the cotton was grown. Cone Mills operated the building until 1982....
July 30, 2014 11:17
“A co-working space really is more member-driven. It’s based on the idea of membership. And the idea is that there are three things that you really focus on. One is building your community around the entrepreneurs and people who are there....
July 30, 2014 11:17
Last Thursday the news from the Gaza Strip was grim. Tunnels and terrorists and school children being blown to bits by the vanguard of technology. It was on the radio. It was on the tv. My Facebook feed was on fire with acrimony lobbed indiscriminately back and forth....
July 30, 2014 11:17
“I’m passionate for bikes and cycling,” said Holt. “I started riding bikes in the early 90s. I started mountain biking on the trails here in Greensboro. Back then there was just a few miles of trail. Now there’s 50 plus miles of single track mountain bike trail or paved Greenway....
July 30, 2014 11:17

West Salem residents object to motel’s lingering issues

On July 23 real estate broker Brandon Vickers started a petition on change.org entitled “Declare the Royal Inn a public nuisance and immediately begin the abatement process....
July 23, 2014 10:35
A research center housed within the Department of Interior Architecture at UNCG began working with members of the Glenwood community back in January to plan a mural near the intersection of Glenwood Avenue and Grove Street that would be open to everyone in the neighborhood....
July 23, 2014 10:35
Winston-Salem City Leaders discussed a bond referendum totaling more than $139 million at their meeting Monday night. The package includes a variety of infrastructure imp rovements such as sidewalk repairs, street repairs, parks and recreation improvements and other issues related to public safety....
July 23, 2014 10:35
The incident occurred July 9 near Erwin. In the video, Paul Saffle, union liaison for the North Carolina Growers Association, can be seen addressing a group of farm workers. A man off screen corrects the pronunciation of a name, at which time the growers rep marches over and slugs him....
July 23, 2014 10:35
During a City Council meeting on June 3, Holder presented a slideshow of dilapidated properties on downtown Lewis Street, one owned by Hoffman. Holder accused Hoffman of hypocrisy for not keeping her properties up to a code that she herself voted for....

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