Digital Forsyth – A Repository of Historical Photographs
Been getting a number of request regarding old photos of certain people, places and things. There is such a site you can search through historical photos. It’s called Digital Forsyth and is a collaborative effort of the public library, university libraries and citizens as a central repository of photos. Enjoy! …
Cobblestone Farmers Market – Weekly Newsletters
Sign-up for our weekly newsletter to be in the know about what will be available each week for pre-order and onsite shopping, special events and any updates on what to expect at Market each week!
Beach Music Wednesdays
1157 Burke St. Winston-Salem – DJ Bob Wesley – Playing your requests! (Facebook Page)
Smitty’s Notes at 25 Years
Well, if you had asked me in 1997 if “Smitty” and Smitty’s Notes would be around in 2022. I would have chuckled and said “I don’t think so”. Yet, here we are – celebrating its 25th Anniversary and couldn’t be more proud of its longevity in the Winston-Salem community. Started …
Best of Winston is in Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Honored to be the Best of Winston “People of Winston” spotlight in this week’s Instagram, Facebook and newsletter post. Glad the Best of Winston captured the essence of Smitty’s Notes. It’s not just a newsletter and website, but a multi prong community endeavor that will be celebrating its 25th Anniversary …
Salem Parkway – Grand Prize Winner AASHTO
Best of the Best! The #SalemParkway project in City of Winston-Salem, NC – Government was just named the Grand Prize winner in the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) 2021 America’s Transportation Awards. Congratulations to everyone involved with this amazing project – representing NC as a true transportation leader!
Innovation Quarter Announces Phase II
Innovation Quarter just announced a new master plan for the second major phase of development in the innovation district. Featuring 10 proposed buildings and 2.7 million total square feet, the new phase of development will feature the same mixed-use, ground-level activation found in the existing district. Click here for details