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Winston-Salem, North Carolina is located in Forsyth County. Zip codes in Winston-Salem, NC include 27199, 27120, and 27109. The median home price in Winston-Salem is $136,500 which is roughly $70/per square foot. More Winston-Salem information.

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1 hr ago | Hispanic Business

BRIEF: Art exhibit showing historic chairs on display in Winston-Salem through Dec. 31

An exhibition, "The Art of Seating: 200 Years of American Design," opened in August and remains on display through . It has 43 iconic and historic chairs dating from the early 1800s to today's studio furniture movement.

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5 hrs ago | Jacksonville Daily News

Senator Hagan Invites Students and Counselors to Military Service Academy Day 2014

U.S. Senator Kay Hagan invites all 7th through 12th grade students and middle and high school counselors from across North Carolina to attend Military Service Academy Day 2014 on Saturday, September 20th at Forsyth Technical Community College in Winston-Salem, NC.

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9 hrs ago | NewsOK.com

Get a slice of Chicago culture on pizza tour

In a city famous for its deep-dish pizza tourists wouldn't know that the locals more often eat a thinner-crust, tavern-style pie topped with homemade Italian sausage and cut into squares, not slices - unless they went on a pizza tour. In this Sept.

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14 hrs ago | PE Hub

Ridgemont closes investment in The Cook & Boardman Group

Ridgemont Equity Partners has closed a majority investment in Winston-Salem, North Carolina-based The Cook & Boardman Group , which distributes commercial metal and wood doors, door frames, door hardware and related products. Financial terms were not disclosed.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Tribune/The Tribune Advertiser

Grace Clinic receives funding from The Winston-Salem Foundation

Tri County Health Resource Center , the free clinic for uninsured, low-income adults in the Yadkin Valley, received a generous grant award of $8,000 from The Winston-Salem Foundation on Aug. 27. The funds were provided by the Richard T. Chatham Fund and will be used to provide medications and diabetic testing supplies to Grace Clinic patients. The Elkin Advisory Committee of The Winston-Salem Foundation has been a supporter of Tri-County Health Resource Center and Grace Clinic since its beginnings in 2006.

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Beach Carolina Magazine

Wilmington Artist Harriet M. Forbis selected 2014 Seafood Blues & Jazz Festival Poster Contest Winner

This year's Artist for the 21st Annual Pleasure Island Seafood Blues & Jazz Festival is Wilmington artist Harriet M. Forbis with her New Orleans Jazz-inspired tuba performer with a glow in his rainbow-cloaked eyes. Harriett states that on a 2010 venture to the Delta City of New Orleans, she came across a unique and sizable performer at Cafe Du Monde that inspired this wonderfully kaleidescoped rainbow piece entitled "Jazz: The Soul of New Orleans" .

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Business Wire

Fitch Affirms Winston-Salem, NC's Water & Sewer Revs at 'AA+'; Outlook Stable

The bonds are secured by a senior lien pledge of the net revenues of the water and sewer system . Revenues include rates, rentals, fees and other income associated with the ownership and operation of the system, but specifically excludes investment income.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

The Charlotte Observer

Autopsy set for Anna Smith, ASU student found dead in woods

A photo of Anna Smith provided by Appalachian State University shows the High Point woman with a nose piercing she got in late August after arriving for her freshman year. Anna Smith, 18, of High Point, has been missing since Sept.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

CBS Local

Legionnaires' Case At Winston-Salem Nursing Home

Local media reports say the Forsyth County Public Health Department announced the latest case involving a resident of Oak Forest Health and Rehabilitation on Friday. Earlier cases were announced in June and July.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Seattle Gay News

City of Winston-Salem recognizes same-sex marriage

In an August 28 letter to city workers, Winston-Salem Human Resources Director Carmen Caruth said the city would recognize all marriage licenses from any U.S. jurisdiction, regardless of whether the couple is same- or opposite-sex. In her letter, Caruth cited the ruling by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals overturning Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage and the subsequent statement by North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper that he would no longer defend his own state's laws against same-sex marriage.

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The Yadkin Ripple Incorporated

Yadkin County waterline receives funding

The Yadkin County Board of Commissioners Chairman Kevin Austin received a letter from North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory with the good news that the application for funding submitted by Yadkin County to the North Carolina Appalachian Regional Commission received his recommendation. An amount of $300,000 will be reserved for the Yadkin County Water System Improvements Project, which plans to extend a waterline to serve the town of East Bend with potable water from the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County water system.

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Q-Notes

Durham set to host Pride festival

NC Pride Fest and Parade will be held on Sept. 27 at Duke University's East Campus, off W. Main St., from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. This marks the 30th time the event has been held.

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Q-Notes

Triad: Girls get groove on

Gurl Groove will roll out on Sept. 27, 7:30 p.m., at The Blind Tiger, 1819 Spring Garden St. This all-girl female artist showcase features Carmen Sturgill & One Night Stand, Tanya Ross & The Tanya Ross Project and Queens Remedy.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

The Charlotte Observer

Hearing: More difficult for Parsons to win custody of youngest children

Sandy, left, and Casey Parsons leave the Federal Courthouse in Winston-Salem on Wednesday. They were arrested on a list of federal charges on Wednesday, July 28, 2014, including fraud charges based on collecting benefits for their missing daughter, Erica.

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Switched

Ancient Swamp Creature Named For Mick Jagger—And For Good Reason

Sure, being knighted is an impressive achievement. But you haven't really made it big until scientists name a prehistoric swamp creature after you .

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Medical News Today

Viral infection in nose can trigger bacterial infection in the ear

Middle ear infection is very common in young children. Now, a new study from the US suggests one of the triggers can be a viral infection in the nose.

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Shelby Shopper And Info

Rosetta Smith Lynch

Mrs. Rosetta Smith Lynch, 67, of 1208 Meadow Wood Drive, Shelby, NC departed her earthly vessel on Friday, September 5, 2014 at Cleveland Regional Medical Center in Shelby. She was born Monday, June 9, 1947 to Leon Smith and Etoulia Caldwell-Smith in Smyrna, SC.

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Packer

Peach donations benefit North Carolina food banks

Harris-Teeter Super Markets and Titan Farms donated more than 58,000 pounds of peaches to North Carolina food banks. Harry Hankins , store director in High Point, N.C., Martha Pfeiffer of Titan Farms, and Clyde Fitzgerald of Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, during an early September event.

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Mountain Xpress

Council, developer butt heads over rent rates in rezoning proposal

Contention sprung from unexpected corners at the Asheville City Council meeting on Sept. 9, as Council members and a land developer stared each other down on rental rates and safety commitments for a proposed residential development on Sardis Road.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

WIS-TV Columbia

Man wanted in connection with murder of 3-year-old girl may have SC ties

The FBI Baltimore Cross Border Task Force and Prince George's County Police Department are asking for the public's help in finding Davon Wallace, 25, wanted for the murder of three-year-old Knijah Amore Bibb. The Maryland United States Attorney's Office has charged Wallace with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution and the FBI is now searching for him.

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