Another lawsuit has been filed against the Weaver fertilizer plant in Winston-Salem.
During segregation, bus routes in Winston-Salem that brought workers to the city's major employers did not extend into Black neighborhoods.
Winston-Salem Fire Chief Trey Mayo provided a timeline on Wednesday on how firefighters attacked a massive blaze at the Winston Weaver fertilizer plant, but questions still remain
Residents in Winston-Salem who were forced to leave their homes after a chemical fire can now get some help with their evacuation expenses.
A newly released incident report from the Winston-Salem Fire Department confirms “excessive heat, and scorch burns” at the Winston Weaver fertilizer plant on December 26.
An ammonium nitrate expert has helped determine that enough of the chemical at the Weaver Fertilizer plant has been burned up for firefighters to begin cooling operations there.
The conditions at the Winston-Salem fertilizer plant remain much the same with the fire still burning there, and residents within a one-mile radius of the blaze — roughly 6,500 people — still being
Public transportation riders in Winston-Salem will soon have something new to ponder as they wait for the bus to arrive — original art.