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Originally settled by a Bishop in 1753 the name Salem rose from a translation of the Hebrew word Shalom. Winston was formed in 1849 and named after a Revolutionary War hero. The towns combined in 1889 when the mail offices for both areas were merged. The economy grew up mostly around the Reynolds Tobacco Company. It was in Winston Salem in 1911 that Wachovia Bank was formed. Today it is also home to the headquarters for Krispy Kreme donuts.

Population: 229828
Local Newspapers: The Winston-Salem Journal
Local Sports Teams: The Cash (A baseball) Wake Forest Deamon Deacons
Local Colleges: Wake Forest University Winston-Salem State University University of North Carolina School of the Arts

Zip Codes associated with winston salem, north carolina: 27012 27019 27101 27103 27104 27105 27106 27107 27127 27284 27295
Towns/Cities near winston salem, north carolina : Kernersville Walkertown Lewisville Clemmons Wallburg Thomasville Tobaccoville Stokesdale High Point

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Man charged with murder after shooting Updated at

A man was charged with murder after a victim was shot and killed and another seriously injured in a shooting off of Midway School Road, north of Thomasville on Saturday morning. Jerrod Allen Sechrist, 22, of 260 Twin Lakes Drive, Thomasville, was charged with murder, possession with the intent to sell and deliver marijuana, and destruction of evidence.

Why a Southern Church Is Hosting Socialist Meetings

Calvary United Methodist Church in Durham, N.C., faces a predicament neither unique or new: a downtown church, once the center of its neighborhood's life, now struggling. Attendance, like giving, has been on a slow decline for some years now.

What other banks can learn from BB&T's glitch

In February, BB&T Chief Executive Kelly King took to Twitter with a video apology to thousands of irate customers after an equipment malfunction hobbled ATMs, online and mobile banking. "We are committed to making this right," he said.

E-cigarette's power unit pose fire risk

SALEM, N.C.>> A big cigarette name is recalling the power units used for about 2.6 million electronic cigarettes. WINSTON-SALEM, N.C.>> A big cigarette name is recalling the power units used for about 2.6 million electronic cigarettes.

Flow Automotive keys to profiting from auto subscriptions

"You can think about unlimited subscription opportunities or somebody who says, 'I just want unlimited SUVs,' or 'I just want it for two weeks out of a month because I travel all the time.' " Don Flow, CEO, Flow Automotive Cos.

Planned southern Durham roundabout riles neighbors

A new roundabout coming to the intersection of Hope Valley Road and University Drive is generating complaints months before the state even starts building it. Officials say that the roundabout will improve traffic flow and safety at the intersection, but locals say that it will disrupt the area and hurt property values.

What other banks can learn from BB&T's glitch

In February, BB&T CEO Kelly King took to Twitter with a video apology to thousands of irate customers after an equipment malfunction hobbled ATMs, online and mobile banking. "We are committed to making this right," he said.

Family Crisis Center luncheon features abuse victim testimonial, Leading Lady Award winner

"I didn't know why I was abused, but I knew why I stayed," she told a full house at Pinewood Country Club Thursday at the Sixth Annual Leading Ladies' Luncheon presented by the Randolph County Family Crisis Center. She was the featured speaker at the event, with North Carolina's First Lady Kristin Cooper a special guest.

Homeless shelter expansion supported -

Shepherd's House Executive Director Mary Boyles, standing at the podium to the right, discusses the need for an expansion of Mount Airy's only homeless shelter during a city council meeting Thursday night.

Primo Water (PRMW) Lifted to "Hold" at Zacks Investment Research

According to Zacks, "Prime Water Corporation operates as a provider of three- and five-gallon purified bottled water and water dispensers sold through major retailers nationwide. The Company's water bottles can be sanitized and reused, crushed and recycled.

Starbucks is closing thousands of stores for racial bias training. Will it work?

Activist Asa Khalif speaks into a bullhorn inside a Starbucks store in Philadelphia on Sunday to demand the firing of an employee who called police on two black customers. Next month, the nation's biggest coffee chain will close nearly all of its U.S. stores for an afternoon to tell 175,000 employees that they may have been racist without realizing it.

Can a bank spend freely on tech while controlling costs?

This tension seems to be coming to a head as banks look to spend more on back-office and customer-facing technology even as the pressure endures for them to rein in spending. It was evident this week in tough questions for executives at U.S. Bancorp, BB&T, KeyCorp and M&T about how they are going to walk the tightrope between investments that could promote revenue growth or save money in the long run and the imperative to sustain profitability now.

Staff reductions, other cost cuts pay off at BB&T

BB&T in Winston-Salem, N.C., reported higher quarterly profit that reflected a significant decrease in expenses and marginal improvement in revenue. The $220.7 billion-asset company said in a press release Thursday that its first-quarter earnings nearly doubled from a year earlier to $745 million.

North Carolina college interim president to start May 1

Salem Academy and College in Winston-Salem said in a news release Wednesday that Sandra J. Doran will lead the women's liberal arts school while a nationwide search is conducted for a permanent president. Salem President Lorraine Sterritt announced her resignation in January and has accepted a position as president of Saint Michael's College in Colchester, Vermont.

A new cops reality TV series is in the works and it will be based in North Carolina

The city's police department has been approached by a British production company called Garden Productions Ltd. , which is pitching a documentary-style show on local police, reports the Winston-Salem Chronicle. An announcement of the proposal came during a Monday City Council Public Safety Committee meeting, the Chronicle reported.

Hearts of Gold: 49ers Team Up With Miracle League

On Monday evening, Charlotte's Robert & Mariam Hayes Baseball Stadium was converted into a field of dreams for the YMCA Miracle League. The 49ers Student Athletes and the program's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee teamed up with the Miracle League to host the league's All-Star Game on the grounds -- with equal parts fun, activity and high fives.

Going deep to study exercisea s molecular nitty-gritty

About 120 scientists from around the U.S. are in Louisiana as part of a six-year, $170 million National Institutes of Health program to study the molecular nitty-gritty of exercise. Decades of research have shown that exercise is good for people, but scientists don't know what's going on at the body's most basic level.

Getting tax audit help might be easier than you think

Your odds of being audited are pretty low. But if you do get audited, your tax software could score you free or cheap audit help.

Bob Trotman's Larger-Than-Life, Sometimes Automated Sculptures ...

BOB TROTMAN: BUSINESS AS USUAL Through Sunday, July 8 Gregg Museum of Art & Design, Raleigh W alking into the Gregg Museum of Art & Design at N.C. State University, the first thing you see is a massive white man's head suspended from the ceiling. Furrowed brows frame his beady eyes and veins protrude at his temples as if he's watching your every move.

Jobless rate dips in area

The unemployment rate dropped in most counties in North Carolina in February as a PNC economic outlook reports business owners around the state are optimistic about the state economy, national economy and their own company's prospects. According to the N.C. Department of Commerce, 74 out of 100 counties witnessed a decrease in jobless rates, including the Twin Counties.

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