The Housing Authority of Winston-Salem has dropped plans to sell the Crystal Towers public housing tower block in downtown Winston-Salem and w…
Novant plans $169M expansion to Matthews hospital; latest expansion in N.C.
Truliant considers acquiring naming rights to Winston Tower
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An elevator break at Crystal Towers was repaired on Thursday, but elderly residents face more troubling questions about their future at the location.
Prep work commences for $450 million Baptist hospital tower construction
Novant begins phase 2 of Forsyth Medical Center infrastructure expansion
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The 9/11 terror attacks left strong impressions on people locally
In observance of the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, the following commemorations and memori…
In observance of the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, the following commemorations have been announced:
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Sept. 11 survivors bear scars and the weight of unanswerable questions. On the 20th anniversary of the attack, six survivors reflect on their journey since that tragic day.
Residents of the Crystal Towers public housing complex are understandably anxious about potential displacement through a sale.
Residents of Crystal Towers want the city to pay for repairs at their building. This comes more than two years after plans were announced for the public housing building to be sold. The sale is still pending approval from the federal Housing and Urban Development department.
The lease manager of the One West Fourth tower in downtown Winston-Salem said Tuesday it has re-signed Womble Bond Dickinson LLP to a 54,000-square-foot lease