Organizers of the NASCAR series at Winston-Salem’s Bowman Gray Stadium apologized this week after a car with a Confederate flag decal made it onto the track, breaching NASCAR’s ban on the symbol.
Whether by crane or court order, governmental decree or mob rule, Confederate monuments have been hitting the ground with increasing regularity ever since Nazis, white supremacists and other “fine people” shocked the nation nearly four years ago in Charlottesville, Va.
A Walkertown woman was arrested Tuesday in connection with the death of her newborn girl nearly 10 1/2 years ago, authorities said Thursday.
Dark clouds had gathered overhead Friday afternoon, and a storm looked to be moving in quickly. Susan Seastrunk and her family still had several hours in the car ahead of them.
Citing a growing concern over public safety, the city of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has directed the group that owns the statue of a Confederate soldier in downtown to remove it by Jan. 31 or face possible legal action, Mayor Allen Joines said Tuesday.
Becoming Miss America was a dream for Nia Franklin.
When it comes to dancing and lip-syncing, Officer Flo Gregory Phillips is guilty — of stealing the show.
In a span of 26 days, a Winston-Salem water tank went from being a blank canvas to a work of art.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.—The billboard went up last weekend, just west of the Linville Road overpass at mile marker 10.