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57 min ago | The Mountaineer Publishing Company
The garden is the oldest metaphor, where God made humans from humus, says award-winning writer and permaculture gardener Fred Bahnson, this year's featured lecturer at the 2014 Lake Junaluska Signature Series.
5 hrs ago | WBTV
The adoptive parents of Erica Parsons have been arrested exactly one year after the missing Rowan County teenager was reported missing.
8 hrs ago | WXII 12 Winston-Salem
NEW THIS MORNING: EVERYONE'S BREATHING A BIG SIGH OF RELIEF. A CHILD WHO SOME FEARED WAS IN DANGER IS SAFE THIS MORNING.
A Forsyth County jury concluded that Nannie Ballard Kollar did not neglect her mother to the point that bed sores contributed to her deaths, the Winston-Salem Journal reported.
Craft chocolate maker Black Mountain Chocolate is opening a location in downtown Winston-Salem and bringing what it calls a visible chocolate factory.
The 224,530-square-foot North Summit Square retail center in Winston-Salem was sold this month for $15.8 million.
In Winston-Salem, police have charged a woman with arson after an apartment fire.
Although a new redevelopment commission is just getting started - holding its first meeting Monday - members have some definite goals regarding their work, which apparently includes a limited dependency on consultants.
Herbalife is ramping up a $100 million East Coast manufacturing and distribution hub at the former Dell plant on Temple School Road in Winston-Salem.
Venice, Calif.-based gym chain Gold's Gym said Monday it is acquiring The Rush Fitness Complex, a regional chain of fitness centers which has eight Triad locations.
Hospitals are freeing up nurses to do the one thing they often don't have enough time for: taking care of patients.
A Texas fire department and a few others across the country are testing technology created this year by a Charleston-based firm named InciComm.
ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, JULY 27 - In this photo taken on Thursday, June 26, 2014, Mozella Roberts Holder poses in the her Winston-Salem, N.C., home holding a portrait of herself made by noted fashion photographer Richard Avedon in the 1960s.
Brian K. Payne has resigned as president and CEO of Hospice & Palliative CareCenter in Winston-Salem to pursue an out-of-state job.
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Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 12:43 pm
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