Winston-Salem Journal

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  • Korner’s Folly in Kernersville needs a new roof

    Posted on: 2:52 pm, April 7, 2014, by

    KERNERSVILLE, N.C. – Korner’s Folly has long been a Kernersville landmark, but now when folks drive by the historic home,...
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    Ceiling murals in the Rose Room have sustained water damage at Korner's Folley in Kernersville. (Andrew Dye/Journal)
  • Former major-leaguer rebuilding life in Winston-Salem

    Posted on: 10:07 am, April 6, 2014, by

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — When the Winston-Salem Dash named Lary Sorensen as the color commentator for the team’s 2014 television broadcasts,...
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    Lary Sorensen (Lauren Carroll/Journal)
  • Father of twins found covered in feces says they’re recovering

    Posted on: 5:55 pm, April 5, 2014, by , updated on: 05:57pm, April 5, 2014

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The father of twin toddlers who were found alone in their mother’s apartment, covered in feces and...
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    Betrice Monique Tribble
  • High Point Market hopes for better weather, sales

    Posted on: 10:21 am, April 5, 2014, by

    HIGH POINT, N.C. — The recent severe winter weather throughout much of the country may limit activity at the spring...
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    Buyers and manufacturers have begun to gather in High Point, N.C., for the spring furniture market, Friday, April 4, 2014. (David Rolfe/Journal)
  • Sawtooth enabling students to gardens, art together

    Posted on: 6:03 pm, April 4, 2014, by

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Gardens are amalgams of personal, aesthetic and natural elements. It takes a bit of all these things...
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    Artist Mary Guyunzlu works on her latest creation as the "Garden Sculpture, Exploring Animal Forms" hand building workshop tails off at the ceramic studio of the Sawtooth School for Visual Art in Winston-Salem, N.C., Monday Mar. 31, 2014. (Bruce Chapman/Journal)
  • Reynolds American touts e-cig safety features in wake of CDC warning

    Posted on: 4:47 pm, April 4, 2014, by

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A federal report on the potential safety risks of electronic cigarettes has drawn a response from Reynolds...
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    electronic cigarettes e-cigarette
  • RiverRun has become a force among film festivals

    Posted on: 11:20 am, April 4, 2014, by

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Exactly one week before the RiverRun International Film Festival, Andrew Rodgers sat at his desk on the...
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    Andrew Rodgers has been the executive director of the RiverRun International Film Festival since 2005. (Bruce Chapman/Journal)
  • Wake Forest hires Tulsa coach Danny Manning

    Posted on: 9:17 am, April 4, 2014, by and , updated on: 10:59am, April 4, 2014

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Danny Manning has been named the head coach at Wake Forest University, Athletics Director Ron Wellman announced on Friday....
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    Danny Manning
  • Sources: Wake Forest offers Danny Manning basketball coaching job

    Posted on: 9:37 pm, April 3, 2014, by , updated on: 09:45pm, April 3, 2014

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Just because Danny Manning has yet to accept the position of head basketball coach at Wake Forest...
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    Danny Manning
  • Kennedy High School gets $350k grant to expand programs

    Posted on: 2:47 pm, April 3, 2014, by , updated on: 02:48pm, April 3, 2014

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Kennedy High School has received a $350,000 grant to broaden its college- and career-ready programs. The grant,...
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    Kennedy High School
  • Forsyth Co. juvenile drug-treatment court has its first graduates

    Posted on: 12:11 pm, April 3, 2014, by

    FORSYTH COUNTY, N.C. — On Wednesday, there was a celebration in Forsyth District Court, not something you usually see in...
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    State Senator Earline Parmon (left) spoke at the graduation ceremony for the first three graduates of Forsyth County's Juvenile Drug Treatment Court, Wednesday, April 2, 2014. From left are graduates Krishard Watson, Marcus Montgomery, and Tamiyia Wilson (blocked by podium). (David Rolfe/Journal)
  • North Stokes students put farm to good use

    Posted on: 11:45 am, April 3, 2014, by

    STOKES COUNTY, N.C. — Do you know where your lunch came from? Or who harvested it? Or how it was...
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    North Stokes sophomore Nathan Lee (left) and senior Kaleb Marshall check pH and nutrient levels in the hydroponic lettuce garden on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at North Stokes High School in Danbury, N.C. (Andrew Dye/Journal)