“There’s a lot of bus stops that aren’t fully accessible. It can take a whole day just to go to one doctor’s appointment, waiting for transportation.”
A $700,000 grant will allow Winston-Salem police to survey downtown like never before.
The cancelled sale gives residents hope, but there are still a lot of renovations the city needs to make.
“That is a lot of employment opportunities here for this city. It’s not a hurdle. It’s a high point.”
After district teachers learned they weren’t getting as big of a raise as they’d hoped, school board officials scrambled to make it up to them.
Several journalists came together to compile the 100 most important Triad news stories of the last year.
The W-S police department may soon broaden their ability to surveil the city.
In North Carolina, there are more pregnancy crisis centers than abortion centers.
Winston-Salem’s Triad Abolition Project and Durham’s Prison Books Collective teamed up to get books to people who are incarcerated for the holidays.
Greensboro, High Point, and Winston-Salem all reported their budgets for the 2021-2022 fiscal year.