One of Winston-Salem’s most iconic companies announced some big changes last week, but what the future holds for Krispy Kreme is still under wraps.
9:11am Dec 11, 2017Business Business
2:00pm Nov 28, 2017Business Business
The CEO of Winston-Salem-based Reynolds American Inc. is stepping down.
9:15am Nov 21, 2017Arts Arts Economy
After nearly two decades in the Triad, a live music venue beloved by audiences and musicians alike will shutter its doors in January.
8:55am Nov 20, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
A Winston-Salem church has opened a food pantry in their front yard to help feed hungry people. It's called the "blessing box," and it's filled with more than just food.
6:09am Nov 10, 2017Human Interest Human Interest
This weekend marks the 60th Annual Greek Bake Sale in Winston
4:24pm Oct 23, 2017Transportation Transportation
Travel along Business 40 in Winston-Salem may be more congested as the first phase of a major road improvement project has officially begun.
10:10am Oct 03, 2017Politics & Government Politics & Government
An undocumented woman from Mexico has left a Greensboro church after taking sanctuary there.
2:50pm Sep 28, 2017Music & Culture Music & Culture
The Dixie Classic Fair begins it’s ten-day run Friday.
8:00am Sep 15, 2017Education Education Race
Winston-Salem is honoring the legacy of a school that served the city’s African-American students with a special marker preserving the 14th Street School's place in history.
4:31pm Sep 01, 2017Crime Crime
A North Carolina man convicted in the death of NBA star Chris Paul's grandfather has become eligible for parole after a recent court ruling.
8:36am Aug 25, 2017Politics & Government Politics & Government
Winston-Salem City Manager Lee Garrity has chosen to hire in-house for the new police chief, selecting Assistant Chief Catrina Thompson. She’s a 23-year veteran of the department.
9:22am Aug 23, 2017Human Interest Human Interest National Race
Confederate monuments around the country are coming down following the events of Charlottesville where hate groups rallied around a statue of Robert E. Lee.