Since 1985, Winston-Salem’s oldest and most-respected community newspaper has invited elected officials, business professionals, community leaders, residents and other stakeholders in the community to take part in the award ceremony designed to honor individuals throughout the area for their hard work and dedication to...read More
SMF Announces 2016 Scholarship Recipients Cynthia Treco Simmons Memorial Scholarship Caroline Phan – Parkland High School – Davidson College Andra Woods – Parkland High School – Bowdoin College Ashley Douglas – Parkland High School – University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) Maria Cruzat – Early...read More
Micheal Green, a Winston-Salem native, is a 22-year-old 2015 Wake Forest University graduate with no debt and a job lined up with Deloitte Consulting in Washington, D.C.read More
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