Category: Spring 2021

Young voters share why they voted in the midterms

While the data is not yet available to know how many young voters turned out…

 Posted in Spring 2021

Worries of political parties drive increase in poll observers

As Election Day nears, Republicans in Forsyth County are heavily recruiting poll observers through social…

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RiverRun Makes a Return to In-Person Theaters

For the first time in two years, the RiverRun International Film Festival returned to theaters…

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Goler Community Garden feeds Downtown Health Plaza patients

If you’re passing by the corner of Patterson Avenue and Martin Luther King Drive in…

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Downtown Winston-Salem Arts District Begins to Recover after COVID-19

By Sophia Marcheli and Mia Reede With the city’s mask mandate lifted, businesses, restaurants and…

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Why Stay At A Downtown Winston-Salem Hotel? Ease and Access for Increased Visitors 

By: Caroline Kilgallen https://www.tripadvisor.com/HotelsList-Winston_Salem-Downtown-Hotels-zfp11071.html  As downtown-Winston Salem develops as a spot for entertainment, meetings, conventions,…

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Looking Back: COVID-19 In the Forsyth County Jail

According to the state health department’s website, there are currently no positive COVID-19 cases in…

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The Hispanic League: Helping Students Through College

Just as campus starts to warm up, Wake Forest University seniors get the chance to…

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Thrifting and Second Hand Shops Downtown

Cars fill the parking lot beside the Rescue Mission thrift store, its entrance marked by…

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Award Winning Sweet Potatoes Restaurant in the Downtown Arts District of Winston-Salem

If you ask a group of people if they have discovered their calling in life,…

 Posted in Spring 2021