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  • Representative Evelyn Terry (D, NC-71) approaches the Ward Federal Building for the preliminary hearing on the state's new voter ID law on Monday, July 7, 2014 in Winston-Salem, N.C. (Andrew Dye/Journal)

    District Court judge issues preliminary injunction against two provisions of NC’s voter law

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The same federal judge who denied a preliminary injunction against North Carolina’s new voting law granted Friday, blocking two provisions of the law that prohibited same-day voter registration and out-of-precinct voting, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. But the rules that North Carolina voters will face within the next month are up in the air because of a flurry of court filings that has now landed the case in the lap of the U.S. Supreme Court. On Wednesday, […]

  • Journal reporter Tim Clodfelter eyes a chocolate and bacon covered banana from The Smoking Box on Friday, Oct. 3, 2014 in Winston-Salem. (Journal Photo by Andrew Dye)

    Would you eat a chocolate and bacon covered banana at the Dixie Classic Fair?

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Vendors at the Dixie Classic Fair have jumped on the bacon bandwagon, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. “Everybody’s adding bacon to everything,” said David Sparks, the director of the fair. “There are very few foods that wouldn’t be better with bacon.” As in, bacon corn dogs. Or bacon-wrapped fried Twinkies, stuffed with a Twix bar for good measure. Or frozen bananas dipped in chocolate and drizzled with bacon. The Winston-Salem Journal is even sponsoring a Better With […]

  • Blake Crim (from left), 13, Molly Crim, 8, Alexandria Nunley, 21 and Charles Gassen, 14, pose for a portrait Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2014. (Lauren Carroll/Journal)

    Cousins from Forsyth County win national equestrian titles

    FORSYTH COUNTY, N.C. — For the great-grandchildren of the late C.W. and Posie Myers, showing horses is a family affair. And so is winning, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. Four cousins entered the 2014 World’s Championship Horse Show at the Kentucky State Fair in August, and all four walked away with world championship titles. “We had hopes and dreams, but none of us thought we would all win,” said Charles Gassen, one of the second cousins. They won the titles […]

  • Food waits behind a ribbon at a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new East Stokes Outreach Ministry food bank on Wednesday, Oct. 1, 2014 in Walnut Cove, N.C. (Andrew Dye/Journal)

    East Stokes Outreach dedicates new building

    WALNUT COVE, N.C. — Marchelle Brown shed tears of joy as people walked into the new East Stokes Outreach Ministry food pantry and office Wednesday, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. Two and a half years ago, Brown, the executive director of the ministry, was crying for a different reason. The floors were falling in at the outreach’s 75-year-old building. That building had to be torn down. But on Wednesday, the ministry held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its new 3,000-square-foot building […]

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Orange balloons are released at the Davie County High School Groundbreaking Ceremony Thursday, Sept. 25, 2014.

    Groundbreaking for new high school could start healing in Davie Co. over divisive issue

    MOCKSVILLE, N.C. — The word “historic” kept popping during the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Davie County High School last week on Farmington Road, according to the Winston-Salem Journal.  And with good reason. It’s not every day that dirt is moved for a new high school in the county. Indeed, such an event hasn’t occurred in nearly 60 years. “Look around,” school board member Clint Junker told a crowd of a few hundred people standing in what was once an overgrown […]

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    Woman accused of embezzling $500K from W-S real estate co. pleads guilty

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Angela McGee Ring worked for Home Real Estate, a company that’s been in operation in Winston-Salem since 1906, for more than 10 years. According to owners Sam Ogburn Sr. and his daughter, Elizabeth Ogburn, Ring was a valued employee and highly trusted. But Assistant District Attorney Brian Taylor said in court that over an 11-year-period, Ring embezzled $531,675 from the company, forging Elizabeth Ogburn’s signature on checks, according to the Winston-Salem Journal.  The money was used to […]

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    Krispy Kreme releases ‘Ghostbusters’ doughnuts

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc. is offering two special doughnut treats to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the 1980s blockbuster “Ghostbusters,” according to the Winston-Salem Journal. The doughnuts will be filled with marshmallow crème and shaped in the form of the Stay Puft marshmallow man and the Ghostbusters logo. The doughnuts will be available from Sept. 29 to Oct. 31. The Ghostbusters doughnut is topped with white icing, a decorative green “splat” inspired by Slimer, and a Ghostbusters […]

  • Thousands turn out to support breast-cancer survivors at Komen fundraiser

    Thousands turn out to support breast-cancer survivors at Komen fundraiser

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — As Julie Stickler remembers it, the first lump in her breast was discovered in 2002, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. She was 32 and was told the lump wasn’t harmful. Wait until 40 to get a mammogram, she was told. Nine years later, when she was 41, that mammogram detected what turned out to be several cancerous lumps in her right breast and a tumor in her left breast. As it turns out, the tumor had probably […]

  • Big Ron Hunter teams with the Music Maker Relief Foundation to welcome music students from the Berklee College of Music into his Winston-Salem home. His living room was packed to capacity with people, instruments, and music. (Lauren Carroll/Journal)

    For 20 years, Music Maker has helped blues musicians feel special, proud

    FORSYTH COUNTY, N.C. — Guitar Slim was dying, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. The old bluesman, weak with cancer, had some parting instructions for his young friend, a graduate student 50 years his junior. Over the previous year, Guitar Slim had welcomed the student, a Connecticut transplant obsessed with the blues, into the tight-knit community of Greensboro blues musicians who, in the late 1980s, were keeping alive their heritage, singing those haunting songs of heartache and hardship, still bending those […]

  • A still from Andrew Rodgers' film, "Crooked Candy" (Courtesy of Andrew Rodgers)

    RiverRun’s director shows new documentary ‘Crooked Candy’ in New York

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Andrew Rodgers, executive director of the RiverRun International Film Festival, based in Winston-Salem, is having a different kind of film-festival experience this weekend, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. Instead of running the show, he’ll be in the show. His six-minute documentary, “Crooked Candy,” is in the New York Film Festival and will be part of a 90-minute shorts program to be shown on Sunday and Monday at Lincoln Center. Rodgers will introduce his film before the program, […]

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    Unidentified company would create 40 jobs in Mocksville

    MOCKSVILLE, N.C. — The Davie County and Mocksville boards of commissioners will hold a joint public hearing Oct. 6 to discuss offering incentives to a global production company identified as “Project Porter,” according to the Winston-Salem Journal. The meeting is set for 5 p.m. at the county administration building, 123 S. Main St. in Mocksville. The legal notice sent by Robert Wisecarver, the Davie commissioners’ chairman, said the project involves an industrial enterprise new to the county. The company is […]

  • The Link Apartments Brookstown are nearing completion across from the BB&T Ballpark in downtown Winston-Salem. (David Rolfe/Journal)

    New upscale apartment complex opens near BB&T Ballpark in Winston-Salem

    WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The newest upscale apartment community in Winston-Salem recently opened for business, according to the Winston-Salem Journal. Tenants started moving into Link Apartments Brookstown in early August. Now, many of the project’s amenities are coming online. Link Apartments Brookstown is at 150 Peters Creek Parkway, across from BB&T Ballpark. The apartment complex is owned by Brookstown Winston-Salem Apartments LLC, which is made up of Samet Corp. of Greensboro and Grubb Properties of Charlotte. “Winston-Salem is such a cool […]

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