Cracker Barrel may open restaurant/store in southeastern Winston-Salem near Kernersville, local planners say - Winston-Salem Journal — Cracker Barrel may open restaurant/store in southeastern Winston-Salem near Kernersville, local planners say  Winston-Salem JournalCracker Barrel Old County Store Inc. of Lebanon, Tenn. may open a combined restaurant and store in southeastern Winston-Salem near Kernersville, local ...
Clayton, John Gray - Winston-Salem Journal — Clayton, John Gray  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM November 18, 1932 - February 7, 2019 Mr. John Gray Clayton, 86, passed away Thursday, February 7, 2019 at Oak Forest Heath & Rehab in ...
Crash involves three vehicles at 6th and Marshall streets - Winston-Salem Journal — Crash involves three vehicles at 6th and Marshall streets  Winston-Salem JournalTwo people sustained minor injuries in a three-vehicle Monday at the intersection of Marshall and Sixth streets in Winston-Salem, authorities said.
Cole, Willie Edward - Winston-Salem Journal — Cole, Willie Edward  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM 11/22/1940 - 02/11/2019 Mr. Willie Edward Cole Sr., 78, passed away peacefully at Trellis Supportive Care on February 11, 2019. Born in ...
Move the Confederate statue now, say protesters in downtown Winston-Salem - Winston-Salem Journal — Move the Confederate statue now, say protesters in downtown Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem JournalA local group of 20 demonstrators called on the city Friday afternoon to immediately remove the Confederate statue at the corner of Fourth and Liberty streets in ...
Paul, John Franklin - Winston-Salem Journal — Paul, John Franklin  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM Apr 12, 1945 - Jan 27, 2019 John Franklin Paul, passed away Sunday, January 27, 2019 of complications from a fall in his home. He was ...
Cocaine found at elementary school in Winston-Salem after YMCA worker accused of selling drugs on campus - Winston-Salem Journal — Cocaine found at elementary school in Winston-Salem after YMCA worker accused of selling drugs on campus  Winston-Salem JournalPolice say they found a little more than 2 grams of cocaine at Ibraham Elementary School in Winston-Salem after a man who worked for an after-school program ...
Wake Forest hockey club team ready for showcase tournament at Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex this weekend - Winston-Salem Journal — Wake Forest hockey club team ready for showcase tournament at Winston-Salem Fairgrounds Annex this weekend  Winston-Salem JournalFreshman Drew Gebhardt of the Wake Forest's hockey club team doesn't have to be reminded how under the radar his team is even on their own campus.
False threats against schools came from Winston-Salem man, investigators say. Feds allege he made threats in U.S. and Britain - Winston-Salem Journal — False threats against schools came from Winston-Salem man, investigators say. Feds allege he made threats in U.S. and Britain  Winston-Salem JournalFederal prosecutors say two computer hackers, including a Winston-Salem man, have been charged with sending false shooting and bomb threats to hundreds ...
You'll have to put down the phone while driving if latest try at tightening restrictions succeeds - Winston-Salem Journal — You'll have to put down the phone while driving if latest try at tightening restrictions succeeds  Winston-Salem JournalA bipartisan group of state House legislators is making another attempt at banning the use of cellphones and other wireless communication devices while ...
Winston-Salem's Confederate statue: A symbol of white supremacy or a memorial to Confederate sacrifice? - Winston-Salem Journal — Winston-Salem's Confederate statue: A symbol of white supremacy or a memorial to Confederate sacrifice?  Winston-Salem JournalFor nearly 114 years, the Confederate statue has stood on its pedestal outside the old county courthouse on Fourth Street in downtown Winston-Salem.
Clemmons settles discrimination claim with affordable housing developers; must attend training - Winston-Salem Journal — Clemmons settles discrimination claim with affordable housing developers; must attend training  Winston-Salem JournalCLEMMONS — The village of Clemmons has settled a discrimination complaint registered by two developers who wanted to build affordable housing in town.
Hice, John Lewis - Winston-Salem Journal — Hice, John Lewis  Winston-Salem JournalLOWGAP 1937 - 2019 Mr. John Lewis Hice, 81, of Lowgap, passed away Monday morning, January 28, 2019, at his home. Mr. Hice was born May 9, 1937, ...
Hedges, Nancy - Winston-Salem Journal — Hedges, Nancy  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM 2/26/1939 - 1/17/2019 Nancy Hedges, 79, (Nana, Gran-Nana), recently of Clemmons, NC passed away peacefully Thursday, January 17, ...
Police arrest YMCA staffer on drug offenses at elementary school - Winston-Salem Journal — Police arrest YMCA staffer on drug offenses at elementary school  Winston-Salem JournalA Winston-Salem man was arrested Thursday after he was accused of possessing and selling drugs at Ibraham Elementary School while serving as a YMCA ...
Confederate statue can be moved by Winston-Salem, judge rules - Winston-Salem Journal — Confederate statue can be moved by Winston-Salem, judge rules  Winston-Salem JournalJudge Stanley Allen of Forsyth Superior Court rejected a request Thursday by the United Daughters of the Confederacy to stop the city of Winston-Salem from ...
Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation in Winston-Salem donates $500,000 to keep Bennett College open - WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro — Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation in Winston-Salem donates $500,000 to keep Bennett College open  WGHP FOX 8 GreensboroWINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation in Winston-Salem has donated $500000 to Bennett College in an effort to keep the school open.
Bills Seeking To Expand Access To Health Care, Cut Costs Introduced In Tennessee And North Carolina - Forbes — Bills Seeking To Expand Access To Health Care, Cut Costs Introduced In Tennessee And North Carolina  ForbesWhile 2020 candidates talk about "Medicare for all" and other health care proposals, the actions taken by governors and state lawmakers this year will have a ...
Has Black History Month lost its relevance in our America? - Amsterdam News — Has Black History Month lost its relevance in our America?  Amsterdam NewsFebruary is Black History Month. I am a legitimate senior citizen and I can remember when this month of extolling the greatness of our people started out as a ...
Siewers, John Daniel - Winston-Salem Journal — Siewers, John Daniel  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM Sep. 30, 1946 - Dec. 1, 2018 John Daniel Siewers Jr., entered the more immediate presence of our Lord on December 1, 2018. John was ...
BASEBALL | Georgetown Baseball Begins Season With 3-Game Losing Skid - Georgetown University The Hoya — BASEBALL | Georgetown Baseball Begins Season With 3-Game Losing Skid  Georgetown University The HoyaThe Georgetown baseball team travelled to Winston-Salem, N.C., last weekend to open its season at the Wake Forest Invitational, but lost all three of its contests.
Byrd, John Otis - Winston-Salem Journal — Byrd, John Otis  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM 10/15/1934 - 08/25/2018 John Otis Byrd Jr., 83, transitioned over to God on August 25, 2018. John was born in Alamance County on October ...
Cain, John Christopher - Winston-Salem Journal — Cain, John Christopher  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM 11/18/1961 - 10/1/2018 John Christopher Cain, 56, shuffled off this mortal coil on October 1, 2018. John was born in Los Angeles, CA.
Winter weather advisory issued for today through Wednesday for Triad - Winston-Salem Journal — Winter weather advisory issued for today through Wednesday for Triad  Winston-Salem JournalThe National Weather *Service* has issued a winter weather advisory for the Triad as forecasters call for freezing rain Wednesday morning in Forsyth and Guilford ...
Shay, Kevin John - Winston-Salem Journal — Shay, Kevin John  Winston-Salem JournalCLEMMONS July 19, 1979 - Nov. 9, 2018 Cpl. Kevin John Shay, 39, of Clemmons, passed away unexpectedly on November 9, 2018. Kevin was born on July 19 ...
Wake's yearbook had blackface, KKK images in 1970's - Winston-Salem Journal — Wake's yearbook had blackface, KKK images in 1970's  Winston-Salem JournalImages in the 1970s-era yearbooks at Wake Forest University and other colleges and universities depict students in blackface and wearing Ku Klux Klan robes ...
Justice, John Luther - Winston-Salem Journal — Justice, John Luther  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM 05/04/1956 - 11/18/2018 Mr. John Luther Justice, 62, passed away on Sunday, November 18, 2018. The funeral *service* will be held at 2 p.m. ...
WSSU set to begin second season as independent baseball program - Winston-Salem Journal — WSSU set to begin second season as independent baseball program  Winston-Salem JournalThe adjustment period is over for Winston-Salem State baseball.
Cloud, John Barton - Winston-Salem Journal — Cloud, John Barton  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM May 23, 1939 - Jan. 12, 2019 John Barton Cloud, known to most of us as 'JC', lost a long hard battle with cancer on Saturday, January 12, ...
Whitley, John T. - Winston-Salem Journal — Whitley, John T.  Winston-Salem JournalPFAFFTOWN Sep. 12, 1925 - Dec. 23, 2018 John T. Whitley, 93, of Pfafftown, NC passed away Sunday, December 23, 2018 at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home ...
Shore, III, Burwell John - Winston-Salem Journal — Shore, III, Burwell John  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM Nov. 13, 1936 - Sep. 10, 2018 The Reverend Burwell John Shore, III, 81, of Winston-Salem, departed this life to join our Lord's church ...
Spencer, John Ralph - Winston-Salem Journal — Spencer, John Ralph  Winston-Salem JournalADVANCE May 12, 1921 - Nov. 23, 2018 John Ralph Spencer, 97, passed away on Friday, November 23, 2018 at Bermuda Village. Ralph was born on May 12, ...
More than $35000 worth of meth seized in Davidson County drug bust; 8 arrested - Winston-Salem Journal — More than $35000 worth of meth seized in Davidson County drug bust; 8 arrested  Winston-Salem JournalEight people have been arrested on drug offenses and other charges after investigators found illegal drugs, a gun and money last week at a Lexington home, ...
Liddle, John Ray - Winston-Salem Journal — Liddle, John Ray  Winston-Salem JournalWALNUT COVE 5/12/1945 - 12/26/2018 John Ray Liddle, 73, passed away Wednesday afternoon, December 26, 2018 at Forsyth Medical Center. John was ...
Linville, John Wesley - Winston-Salem Journal — Linville, John Wesley  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM July 11, 1948 - July 25,2018 Mr. John Wesley Linville, 70, of Winston-Salem, passed away on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 at Hospice of the ...
Ed Hardin: Biggest tests await Zion Williamson in the NBA - Greensboro News & Record — Ed Hardin: Biggest tests await Zion Williamson in the NBA  Greensboro News & RecordThe lights are brighter now, and the heat is on as Zion Williamson gets ready for one of the many tests he'll face over the coming weeks.
THINGS TO DO: A roundup of local events - Greensboro News & Record — THINGS TO DO: A roundup of local events  Greensboro News & RecordGreensboro Farmers Curb Market will host a Mardi Gras Celebration at 9 a.m. March 2 at 501 Yanceyville St. in Greensboro.
Fordham, John "Jack" Harry - Winston-Salem Journal — Fordham, John "Jack" Harry  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM July 23, 1939 - Dec. 8, 2018 John "Jack" Harry Fordham, 79, entered the arms of his friend and Savior on December 8, 2018 in Palliative ...
Vickers, Jonathan "Jon" Karl - Winston-Salem Journal — Vickers, Jonathan "Jon" Karl  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM July 5, 1945 - July 6, 2018 Mr. Jonathan "Jon" Karl Vickers, 73, was promoted by the Lord to His Heavenly choir on July 6, 2018. Born in ...
Mueller, John Storm - Winston-Salem Journal — Mueller, John Storm  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM Aug. 4, 1927 - Jan. 14, 2019 Dr. John Storm Mueller, acclaimed organist, professor of organ, loving husband, adoring father, proud ...
Keaton, John Lester - Winston-Salem Journal — Keaton, John Lester  Winston-Salem JournalMOCKSVILLE April 12, 1922 - Dec. 13, 2018 Mr. John Lester Keaton, 96, formerly of of Howardtown Circle, died Thursday, December 13, 2018, at Bermuda ...
Bennett College gets a $1 million lifeline from High Point University - Winston-Salem Journal — Bennett College gets a $1 million lifeline from High Point University  Winston-Salem JournalThe gift pushes Bennett's fundraising total to $4.8 million. College leaders say they're confident they'll exceed their $5 million goal.
Ferguson, John David Robert - Winston-Salem Journal — Ferguson, John David Robert  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM January 13, 1990 - July 20, 2018 John David Robert Ferguson, passed away unexpectedly at 28 years of age, on July 20, 2018 in Columbus ...
Police: Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim hits, kills man in car crash - SNY.tv — Police: Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim hits, kills man in car crash  SNY.tvSyracuse Orange head coach Jim Boeheim watches the play on the court against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in the first half at the Carrier Dome.
Shots exchanged during Winston-Salem police chase of suspect near Silas Creek Parkway - Winston-Salem Journal — Shots exchanged during Winston-Salem police chase of suspect near Silas Creek Parkway  Winston-Salem JournalInvestigators worked into the night Sunday after shots were fired during a late afternoon pursuit of a suspect.
John Mueller, influential educator and organist, has died - Winston-Salem Journal — John Mueller, influential educator and organist, has died  Winston-Salem JournalJohn Storm Mueller, a music professor at N.C. School of the Arts, now UNC School of Arts, and Salem College for many years, died Monday. He was 91.
Bates, John Payton - Winston-Salem Journal — Bates, John Payton  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM May 3, 1968 - March 16, 2018 Mr. John Payton Bates Jr., of Winston-Salem, NC, passed away suddenly on Friday, March 16, 2017. John was ...
Dinkins, John Wayne - Winston-Salem Journal — Dinkins, John Wayne  Winston-Salem JournalBOONE January 7, 1943 - August 4, 2018 Mr. John Wayne Dinkins, 75, passed away Saturday, August 4, 2018 at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
Hurricane Florence evacuees leave Winston-Salem for shelters closer to home as authorities monitor swollen Yadkin River - Winston-Salem Journal — Hurricane Florence evacuees leave Winston-Salem for shelters closer to home as authorities monitor swollen Yadkin River  Winston-Salem JournalAbout 150 people who left their homes in Onslow County last week as Hurricane Florence approached Eastern North Carolina got on buses at Joel Coliseum ...
Gough, John "Gilbert" - Winston-Salem Journal — Gough, John "Gilbert"  Winston-Salem JournalHAMPTONVILLE February 14, 1929 - November 6, 2018 Mr. John "Gilbert" Gough, 89, passed away Tuesday, November 6, 2018 at Hugh Chatham Hospital.
Confederate statue supporters rally at Winston-Salem's City Hall - Winston-Salem Journal — Confederate statue supporters rally at Winston-Salem's City Hall  Winston-Salem JournalA group of 22 people who support keeping the Confederate monument in downtown Winston-Salem gathered in front of City Hall Monday night, saying that the ...
Davenport pays it forward - Winston-Salem Chronicle — Davenport pays it forward  Winston-Salem ChronicleThis week we shine our light on John Davenport Jr., founder and owner of DAVENPORT, an engineering, design, and consulting firm located right here in ...
Dempster, John Hampton - Winston-Salem Journal — Dempster, John Hampton  Winston-Salem JournalRALEIGH May 10, 1968 - May 10, 2018 John Hampton Dempster, died on Thursday, May 10, 2018, his 50th birthday, after a hard-fought battle with ...
Wark, John (Ian) - Winston-Salem Journal — Wark, John (Ian)  Winston-Salem JournalBERMUDA RUN 08/09/1934 - 11/03/2018 John (Ian) Wark, 84, of Bermuda Run, passed away Saturday November 3, 2018. Mr. Wark was born August 9,1934 in ...
Forsyth Invitational golf tournament moving to second weekend in August - Winston-Salem Journal — Forsyth Invitational golf tournament moving to second weekend in August  Winston-Salem JournalGolfers who sign up for the 72nd edition of the Forsyth Invitational will be in for a treat with the final round being played at Tanglewood Park's Championship ...
Thompson, John C. - Winston-Salem Journal — Thompson, John C.  Winston-Salem JournalCLEMMONS 12/20/1959 - 06/15/2018 Mr. John C. Thompson, 58, passed away Friday, June 15, 2018, at Kate B. Reynolds Hospice Home. Mr. Thompson was ...
Winston-Salem police motorcycle officer dies at home of natural causes - Winston-Salem Journal — Winston-Salem police motorcycle officer dies at home of natural causes  Winston-Salem JournalCpl. Kevin John Shay of Clemmons, a 12-year veteran of the Winston-Salem Police Department, died Friday at his home of natural causes, a city official said ...
Man shot his brother in front yard of Winston-Salem home, police say - Winston-Salem Journal — Man shot his brother in front yard of Winston-Salem home, police say  Winston-Salem JournalA Winston-Salem man was arrested Friday for allegedly shooting his brother in an exchange of gunfire in their front yard in the city's Boston-Thurmond ...
Gary Taylor's Metropolis Returns to the Hanesbrands Stage March 28-31 - Yes! Weekly — Gary Taylor's Metropolis Returns to the Hanesbrands Stage March 28-31  Yes! WeeklyRETURNS TO THE HANESBRANDS STAGE MARCH 28-31. WINSTON-SALEM FESTIVAL BALLET THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 7:30PM (Opening Night) FRIDAY ...
Cooke, John "Tommy" Thomas - Winston-Salem Journal — Cooke, John "Tommy" Thomas  Winston-Salem JournalKERNERSVILLE 03/01/1950 - 07/18/2018 Mr. John "Tommy" Thomas Cooke, 68, passed away Wednesday, July 18, 2018. Tommy was born on March 1, 1950, ...
Charges in dog attack that injured woman; Winston-Salem man says he doesn't own the dogs - Winston-Salem Journal — Charges in dog attack that injured woman; Winston-Salem man says he doesn't own the dogs  Winston-Salem JournalA Winston-Salem man was charged Monday after a dog attack that injured a woman in the 1200 block of East Sprague Street, court records show.
Murphy, John (Jay) Wesley - Winston-Salem Journal — Murphy, John (Jay) Wesley  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM 06/23/1930 - 08/08/2018 John (Jay) Wesley Murphy Jr., 88, passed away Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at KBR Hospice Home in ...
Giesler, Rev. John H. - Winston-Salem Journal — Giesler, Rev. John H.  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM, NC Apr. 3, 1931 - June 7, 2018 Rev. John H. Giesler, 87, of Winston-Salem, passed into our Lord's more immediate presence on June 7, ...
Roads and highways in Forsyth County will have icy spots Wednesday morning, officials say - Winston-Salem Journal — Roads and highways in Forsyth County will have icy spots Wednesday morning, officials say  Winston-Salem JournalRoad and highways in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County will be passable this morning, but plenty of icy spots are likely, city and state transportation officials ...
WSSU football player dies in crash. Johnathan Gilmore had gone home to Fayetteville to see his high school team’s playoff game. - Winston-Salem Journal — WSSU football player dies in crash. Johnathan Gilmore had gone home to Fayetteville to see his high school team’s playoff game.  Winston-Salem JournalFreshman Johnathan Gilmore, a backup tight end at Winston-Salem State who is from the Fayetteville area, died in a car wreck on Saturday afternoon.
Confederate statue opponents and supporters trade catcalls but demonstration ends peacefully - Winston-Salem Journal — Confederate statue opponents and supporters trade catcalls but demonstration ends peacefully  Winston-Salem JournalAbout 150 people gathered near the Confederate statue in downtown Winston-Salem on a cold Sunday to rally for the removal of the monument that some see ...
Video may not tell whole story in Winston-Salem pool incident, attorney says - Winston-Salem Journal — Video may not tell whole story in Winston-Salem pool incident, attorney says  Winston-Salem JournalMan asked black member of community pool for ID, called police. Allegations of racism led to him losing his job.
Third finalist for the Forsyth Tech's top job visits campus - Winston-Salem Journal — Third finalist for the Forsyth Tech's top job visits campus  Winston-Salem JournalJohn Enamait, a finalist for the president's job at Forsyth Technical Community College, said Wednesday that community colleges must continue to offer courses ...
Bennett College's final tally: $8.2 million, well past its goal - Winston-Salem Journal — Bennett College's final tally: $8.2 million, well past its goal  Winston-Salem JournalA million-dollar gift from a Los Angeles couple and nearly $358000 more from friends and supporters of High Point University pushed Bennett past its $5 million ...
Forecasters call for a wintry mix of snow and freezing rain this weekend for Triad and Northwest North Carolina - Winston-Salem Journal — Forecasters call for a wintry mix of snow and freezing rain this weekend for Triad and Northwest North Carolina  Winston-Salem JournalA wintry mix of snow and freezing rain will likely fall Saturday night into Sunday in the Triad and Northwest North Carolina, forecasters say.
Storm makes itself felt in Forsyth County - Winston-Salem Journal — Storm makes itself felt in Forsyth County  Winston-Salem JournalForsyth County began to experience the first effects of Tropical Storm Florence on Friday as strong winds and rain toppled trees, leading to power outages for ...
Charges: Wanted man shot at cops during police chase that began at Toys R Us in Winston-Salem on Thursday - Winston-Salem Journal — Charges: Wanted man shot at cops during police chase that began at Toys R Us in Winston-Salem on Thursday  Winston-Salem JournalA Winston-Salem man was charged Tuesday for what investigators say was his role in a 6-mile chase during which he is alleged to have shot at police officers ...
Mountjoy, Dr. John Robert - Winston-Salem Journal — Mountjoy, Dr. John Robert  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM May 14, 1939 - April 10, 2018 Dr. John Robert Mountjoy, 78, of Winston-Salem, passed away Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at Forsyth Medical ...
Police identify man who shot himself during standoff with officers in Winston-Salem - Winston-Salem Journal — Police identify man who shot himself during standoff with officers in Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem JournalA standoff between a man and police officers ended Monday when the man apparently shot and killed himself in his home, authorities said.
John Ehle, celebrated writer and founder of the N.C. School of Arts, dies at age 92 - Winston-Salem Journal — John Ehle, celebrated writer and founder of the N.C. School of Arts, dies at age 92  Winston-Salem JournalWinston-Salem author John Ehle, who at 92 was considered one of North Carolina's greatest writers and a formidable promoter of the humanities in the state, ...
Oral arguments set for January in case of Winston-Salem man who claims wrongful conviction in fatal shooting of two men outside illegal drink house in the 1990s - Winston-Salem Journal — Oral arguments set for January in case of Winston-Salem man who claims wrongful conviction in fatal shooting of two men outside illegal drink house in the 1990s  Winston-Salem JournalThe 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in January in a case of a Winston-Salem man who says he was wrongfully convicted of a ...
Vehicle flips several times in crash at Silas Creek Parkway and Fairlawn Drive in Winston-Salem - Winston-Salem Journal — Vehicle flips several times in crash at Silas Creek Parkway and Fairlawn Drive in Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem JournalThe driver of this pickup said he was not injured after it flipped over along Silas Creek Parkway after hydroplaning during Wednesday afternoon's rain.
Traffic deaths have doubled over five years in Winston-Salem - Winston-Salem Journal — Traffic deaths have doubled over five years in Winston-Salem  Winston-Salem JournalThe traffic death toll in Winston-Salem for 2018 had a slight decrease from the previous year, but it is double the number for four years earlier.
Huntley, John W. - Winston-Salem Journal — Huntley, John W.  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM 10/10/1937 - 04/10/2018 Bishop John W. Huntley Jr., was born in Union County, N.C. on October 10, 1937 to the late Johnny Huntley, Sr. and ...
Four arrested after police chase in Winston-Salem. One suspect is accused of robbing and hitting delivery woman with a board - Winston-Salem Journal — Four arrested after police chase in Winston-Salem. One suspect is accused of robbing and hitting delivery woman with a board  Winston-Salem JournalWinston-Salem police arrested four people Tuesday after they led officers on a brief chase on Old Salisbury Road, authorities said. The chase ended in the 1600 ...
Archer, John Leroy - Winston-Salem Journal — Archer, John Leroy  Winston-Salem JournalGREENSBORO Oct. 22, 2018 John Leroy Archer Jr., age 70, unexpectantly passed away on Oct. 22, 2018 from pulmonary fibrosis. He is survived by his wife of ...
Girl Scout cookie manager stole from her Winston-Salem troop, police say - Winston-Salem Journal — Girl Scout cookie manager stole from her Winston-Salem troop, police say  Winston-Salem JournalWinston-Salem police arrested a Kernersville woman after investigators accused her of stealing more than $7000 from Girl Scout cookie sales.
Miss America Nia Franklin gets warm welcome from Winston-Salem residents in parade and homecoming ceremony - Winston-Salem Journal — Miss America Nia Franklin gets warm welcome from Winston-Salem residents in parade and homecoming ceremony  Winston-Salem JournalMiss America Nia Franklin waved and smiled enthusiastically Saturday as nearly 1000 people turned out for a parade in her honor as the city of Winston-Salem ...
Today's Email Announcements - High Country Press — Today's Email Announcements  High Country PressHealthy Heart Collaborative Events Happening February 21-23. The Boone Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce a schedule of events for the ...
Fourth finalist for the Forsyth Tech's presidency says the school has fulfilled its mission - Winston-Salem Journal — Fourth finalist for the Forsyth Tech's presidency says the school has fulfilled its mission  Winston-Salem JournalJanet Spriggs, a finalist for the president's job at Forsyth Technical Community College, said Thursday that since the school opened in 1960 as the ...
Winter storm delivers up to 14 inches of snow to Forsyth County, causing power outages, vehicle crashes and roof collapses - Winston-Salem Journal — Winter storm delivers up to 14 inches of snow to Forsyth County, causing power outages, vehicle crashes and roof collapses  Winston-Salem JournalThe winter storm delivered 10 to 14½ inches of snow to Forsyth County Sunday and Monday, causing power outages and vehicle crashes on snow- and ...
Winston-Salem man accused of threatening a school shooting in Walkertown - Winston-Salem Journal — Winston-Salem man accused of threatening a school shooting in Walkertown  Winston-Salem JournalA Winston-Salem man was arrested Tuesday after he was accused of threatening mass violence against three Walkertown schools, authorities said.
First snowfall of the year could hit the Triad on Saturday - Winston-Salem Journal — First snowfall of the year could hit the Triad on Saturday  Winston-Salem JournalTriad residents might see the first snowfall of 2019 on Saturday as forecasters are calling for a wintry mix in Forsyth and Guilford counties.
Taxi driver who died in Wednesday night crash worked two jobs to care for her children, family says - Winston-Salem Journal — Taxi driver who died in Wednesday night crash worked two jobs to care for her children, family says  Winston-Salem JournalA taxi driver who died Wednesday night in a two-vehicle crash worked two jobs so she could provide for her two children, her brother said Thursday.
Ice storm leads to power outages, two-hour delay for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools - Winston-Salem Journal — Ice storm leads to power outages, two-hour delay for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools  Winston-Salem JournalThe weekend winter storm toppled trees and power lines, cutting power to more than 83000 homes and businesses and blocking roads throughout Forsyth ...
Kimbrough defeats Schatzman, will become first black sheriff of Forsyth County - Winston-Salem Journal — Kimbrough defeats Schatzman, will become first black sheriff of Forsyth County  Winston-Salem JournalDemocrat Bobby Kimbrough Jr. of Clemmons defeated incumbent Republican Bill Schatzman of Winston-Salem to become the first black sheriff in the history of ...
Jenkins, Mary Fuller - Winston-Salem Journal — Jenkins, Mary Fuller  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM 06/15/1931 - 11/16/2018 Mrs. Mary Fuller Jenkins, 87, transitioned peacefully from this life and entered the eternal kingdom on November 16, ...
Eller, Aurelia Gray - Winston-Salem Journal — Eller, Aurelia Gray  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM 06/29/1932 - 09/10/2018 Aurelia Gray Eller, 86, of Winston-Salem died of natural causes Monday, September 10, 2018 at Arbor Acres United ...
Protesters call for ICE to release undocumented Winston-Salem man whom agents took into custody Monday - Winston-Salem Journal — Protesters call for ICE to release undocumented Winston-Salem man whom agents took into custody Monday  Winston-Salem JournalA group of 20 protesters demanded Tuesday that the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement release a Winston-Salem man from the Forsyth County Jail ...
Kelly, Jack - Winston-Salem Journal — Kelly, Jack  Winston-Salem JournalBERMUDA RUN April 24, 1925 - Oct. 29, 2018 Jack Kelly, 93, passed away on October 29, 2018. Born in 1925 to Marie Harris and John Kelly in South ...
Almost 7,000 Duke Energy customers remain without power following ice storm - Winston-Salem Journal — Almost 7,000 Duke Energy customers remain without power following ice storm  Winston-Salem JournalAlmost 7000 Duke Energy customers remained without power in the Triad and Northwest North Carolina on Monday evening following this weekend's ice storm ...
Local organizations ask for volunteers to clean up debris from flood-ravaged areas in Eastern North Carolina - Winston-Salem Journal — Local organizations ask for volunteers to clean up debris from flood-ravaged areas in Eastern North Carolina  Winston-Salem JournalA group of local organizations is asking for 100 volunteers to clean up debris in the flood-ravaged areas in Eastern North Carolina.
Thunderbirds come from behind to beat Wolves 4-2 on Saturday night at home - Winston-Salem Journal — Thunderbirds come from behind to beat Wolves 4-2 on Saturday night at home  Winston-Salem JournalThe Carolina Thunderbirds' winning streak is now at 17 after a come-from-behind 4-2 win over the Watertown Wolves on Saturday night at the Winston-Salem ...
John Hood: North Carolina will recover and thrive - Winston-Salem Journal — John Hood: North Carolina will recover and thrive  Winston-Salem JournalRALEIGH — Do you want to hear some good news? For many readers across North Carolina who are still suffering from or cleaning up after the ravages of ...
Marshall, John Gregory - Winston-Salem Journal — Marshall, John Gregory  Winston-Salem JournalWINSTON-SALEM 3/29/1961 - 7/15/2018 John Gregory Marshall, a Kernersville native, was a loyal friend to many and a stranger to none. Greg graduated from ...
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