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  • Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools gets a food truck to help deliver meals to students while school is out

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — As a way to reduce food insecurities in the community, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools will utilize a food truck starting Monday to help deliver meals to students while school is out, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. In addition to using 18 schools sites to serve meals in the summer, the food truck — the first one for the district with a fully functional kitchen — will travel to 23 community locations with prepared meals. A number of transit […]

  • Winston-Salem couple charged with sex offenses against 15-year-old girl

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A Winston-Salem couple was charged Monday with various sex offenses against a 15-year-old girl, according to the Winston-Salem Journal, citing court records. Brandon Irving Helms, 33, of Winston-Salem, was charged with three counts of statutory rape, three counts of taking indecent liberties with a child and three other sexual offenses, according to arrest warrants. Marcy Lynn Helms, 37, was charged with two counts of child abuse involving a sexual act, two counts of aiding and abetting statutory […]

  • NC Supreme Court vacates death sentence of Winston-Salem man convicted of strangling, decapitating wife

    The N.C. Supreme Court has thrown out the death sentence for a Winston-Salem man convicted four years ago of beating his estranged wife, strangling her to death and then cutting off her head, the Winston-Salem Journal reports. The ruling came down Friday in the case of Juan Carlos Rodriguez. In 2014, a Forsyth County jury found Rodriguez, 43, guilty of first-degree murder, first-degree kidnapping and assault with a deadly weapon, and recommended the death penalty. He was accused of killing […]

  • Pulliam’s Hot Dogs and Barbecue in Winston-Salem to auction off antique collectibles on Saturday

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The sheds behind Pulliam’s Hot Dogs and Barbecue serve as a time capsule to 1940s and beyond. Protected by chains and boards for safe keeping, many of the sheds haven’t been opened in 40 years and boast a treasure trove of collectibles. And at 10 a.m. Saturday, the items in the sheds will be auctioned off at the restaurant, at 4400 Walkertown Road. From a rare T.F. Bailey milk bottle valued at up to $6,000 to a […]

  • Dave & Buster’s restaurant appears set to open in Hanes Mall in Winston-Salem in spring 2019

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Dave & Buster’s appears set to open in Hanes Mall in spring 2019, according to a map posted on the website of the mall’s owner, CBL & Properties. The Winston-Salem Journal reported that the site map of the mall shows Dave & Buster’s in a 31,576-square-foot site on the lower level, near the carousel. The popular chain mixes arcade-style games with a restaurant and sports bar. Charles Gwinn, the manager of Hanes Mall, declined this week to […]

  • NC bills would legalize possessing up to 4 ounces of marijuana for personal use

    A Forsyth County legislator is sponsoring a Senate bill that would make it legal to possess up to four ounces of marijuana for personal use, the Winston-Salem Journal reported. Senate Bill 791, and companion House Bill 994, would allow for an increase from the current limit of one-half of an ounce to four ounces before the amount qualifies as a Class 1 misdemeanor. Sen. Paul Lowe (D-Forsyth), the bill’s primary sponsor, said he introduced the bill in an effort “to […]

  • Former postal carrier pleads guilty to not delivering the mail in Davie County

    DAVIE COUNTY, N.C. — A former postal carrier has pleaded guilty to federal charges involving nondelivery of mail to Davie County residents, federal court documents obtained by the Winston-Salem Journal show. Nicole Marie Wallace, who worked as a rural mail carrier in Advance, pleaded guilty to unlawfully secreting, detaining and delaying the delivery of mail entrusted to her to be delivered, a federal court document said. Wallace faces a up to five years in prison and fine of up to […]

  • Winston-Salem doctor accused of reusing syringes and keeping human fat in closet is back at work

    RALEIGH, N.C. — Dr. Anne Litton White can practice medicine again — at least in the very short term — after a Wake County Superior Court judge placed a temporary restraining order against the N.C. Medical Board decision to suspend her license, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. Judge Bryan Collins heard the TRO request from White’s attorney, Dan Blue Jr., in an emergency hearing Monday. Collins made his ruling Tuesday afternoon. The order on the board’s summary suspension of White […]

  • Winston-Salem man convicted of raping 14-year-old girl

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A Winston-Salem man was convicted Monday on charges that he sexually abused and raped a 14-year-old girl in 2016, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. Adrian Valadez-Lopez, 36, of Weatherwood Court, entered an Alford plea in Forsyth Superior Court to second-degree forcible rape, second-degree forcible sex offense and indecent liberties with a child. An Alford plea means that Lopez did not admit guilt but acknowledged that Forsyth County prosecutors had enough evidence to convict him if the case […]

  • Winston-Salem couple indicted on child abuse charges; 2-month-old had skull fracture, other injuries

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A Winston-Salem man and woman were indicted Monday on charges that they physically abused and neglected their 2-month-old daughter, resulting in a skull fracture and other injuries, the Winston-Salem Journal reports. Stephon Scott Fisher, 24, of Winston-Salem, was indicted on two counts of felony intentional child abuse causing serious bodily injury. Virginia Knight Fisher, 25, of Winston-Salem, was indicted for felony child abuse and two counts of accessory after the fact to felony child abuse inflicting serious […]

  • Famous Toastery restaurant opens second location in Winston-Salem; also planning locations in Greensboro and Burlington

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The Famous Toastery chain of breakfast restaurants has opened its second location in Winston-Salem, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. The new location is at 1337 Creekshire Way, off Hanes Mall Boulevard. The Toastery’s other location in Winston-Salem, at 770 Liberty View Court, has been open since 2015. The new restaurant is in the same building as Jersey Mike’s. Like the downtown restaurant, it is corporate owned, though the company does sell franchises. Famous Toastery, based in Davidson, […]

  • Triad couple accused of starving 9 alpacas and a goat to death

    FORSYTH COUNTY, N.C. – A Piedmont couple was indicted Monday on charges that they starved to death nine alpacas and one goat on a farm in Walnut Cove, according to Forsyth County District Attorney Jim O’Neill. Joey Gray Moser, 38, of Walnut Cove, and Kimberly Dawn Moser, 46, of Burlington, were both indicted on 10 felony counts of killing an animal by starvation and one misdemeanor count of disposing of a dead domesticated animal. The couple was charged after animal […]