July 23, 2014 10:35
The 48 Hour Film project is a timed film competition in which filmmakers have 48 hours to produce a seven-minute film in their city. Last month the production teams in Greensboro were each given randomly selected genres, and all of the films were asked to include a required set of components....
July 16, 2014 11:37
Cascade’s Saloon proximity to the railroad tracks would complicate demolition. Permits would be needed to ensure that crews would not disrupt the railway traffic, which according to Mayor Nancy Vaughan, sees 65 trains pass through downtown every day.....
July 9, 2014 10:54
The Winston Salem City Council approved the requests for four AT&T cell phone towers at its meeting Monday night. One will be located on the northwest side of New Walkertown Road across from Northampton Drive. It will be a monopole tower and rise to a height of 150 feet....
July 3, 2014 10:09
A preliminary injunction against North Carolina’s new Voter ID law brought by the state’s chapter of the NAACP will be heard Monday at 9:30 am in the US District Court in Winston-Salem....
June 25, 2014 11:45
Community leaders met June 17 in the Ishi Pentecostal Temple in Winston-Salem to discuss plans for the city’s historic Union Station building located at 300 South Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, currently home to Davis Garage....
June 18, 2014 10:21
The City has partnered with several organizations, most notably Forsyth Technical Community College in holding five events at the Winston Salem Fairgrounds known as “Fairground Fridays” which will include live music, concessions, giveaways and a portable skate park inside the education building....
June 11, 2014 10:06
Poetic reflections were offered by “Phenomenal Women” Amelia Parker from the International Civil Rights Center & Museum, Shirley Frye from the Bryan Foundation, Adri-anne Jones from NC A&T, and Valerie Johnson from Bennett College. The event was held at the ICRCM....
May 28, 2014 10:14
The City Summit will have more than 15 local service providers there to advise and inform teens about different career paths and how they can get involved in their communities. Members of City Council will also be there to encourage teens to get participate in local government....
May 21, 2014 12:15
Mark Walker, who forced a runoff with Berger Jr. by coming in a strong second place in the May 6 primary, countered this week with the endorsement of long-time Guilford County Sheriff B.J. Barnes. Alamance County Sheriff Terry Johnson also endorsed Walker....

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