On Thursday afternoon, more than 100 people began gathering at Winston-Salem’s Central YMCA to protest recent police killings.
12:34pm Jun 05, 2020Race Race
3:31pm Jun 04, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government
Chants for justice echoed across Winston-Salem’s downtown blocks Wednesday as marchers vowed to turn George Floyd’s death into action.
10:08am May 29, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government
The city is temporarily allowing restaurants to expand their outdoor dining options, as long as patrons can maintain social distancing.
10:59am May 18, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government
Forsyth County is getting substantially less in federal COVID-19 relief funds than other metro counties in the state.
3:45pm May 15, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government Human Interest
Larry Womble was a stalwart advocate for civil rights during a career that spanned more than 30 years.
10:26am May 12, 2020Education Education
Susan Henking, a vice president at Salem Academy and College, has been named interim president at the school.
11:26am May 11, 2020Education Education
A new budget proposal submitted by the Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools reveals the district is seeking $155M from Forsyth County.
4:33pm May 07, 2020Business Business Economy Health & Safety
Small businesses across North Carolina have applied for federal loans to help stay open during the coronavirus pandemic.
6:03pm May 06, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government
Civic and civil rights leaders across the state are mourning the death of long-time Winston-Salem councilwoman Vivian Burke, who has died at 85 after a long political career that
7:51am May 06, 2020Health & Safety Health & Safety
State and local health officials in North Carolina continue to recommend the use of face coverings in public spaces to contain COVID-19.
4:54pm Apr 27, 2020Politics & Government Politics & Government Health & Safety
Greensboro is partnering with local groups to provide free face masks to the public as concerns over COVID-19 remain. They’ll be available starting Wednesday, April 29.
3:47pm Apr 24, 2020Housing Housing
The Housing Authority of Winston-Salem, or HAWS, has been awarded a $30 million grant. The funds will be used to overhaul the Cleveland Avenue Homes community.