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28578
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After several false starts, North Carolina’s most famous tobacco town, Winston-Salem, shows signs of rebirth. Winston-Salem is transforming into an apex of biomedical research, education and technology with the help of Wake Forest University and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and School of Medicine.
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28583
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Richard Rauck is spearheading a campaign to establish the National Cycling Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The city is poised to become home base for Olympic-caliber athletes because of its topography, steep inclines and proximity to rural areas.
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36250
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Winston-Salem based Hanesbrand takes its work overseas. By selling products destined for landfills to recyclers, its helps to provide a new lease on life for items later used by medical teams offering free medical care in the Caribbean and Central America. Courtesy of teaming up with Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, patients from places such as the Dominican Republic receive a new lease on life through medical treatments and procedures.
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36243
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Proving the persistent presence of the manufacturing industry in the state’s economic development are eight experts. Questions related to manufacturing covered these topics: its current state, how it has changed, how it recruits and develops workers, what can help sustain it, how can federal initiatives help it, and how it will change over the next two decades. Their responses collectively indicate the important role community colleges play in its development, changes in business ethics, and need for ongoing technological advancements.
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36251
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Part of winning the ongoing battle with cancer included factors that many patients not of limited means may take for granted: transportation and cost of insurance and treatments. Attesting to the necessity of affordable health care included descriptions of cutting-edge procedures and benefits of the modern multi-faceted, collaborative approach to treatments.
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30598
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In 2016, Herbalife paid a $200 million to settle a lawsuit that claimed the company ran an illegal pyramid scheme. Manufactured in Winston-Salem, NC, Herbalife claims the maintain a legal multilevel marketing operation.
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36272
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With an increasing number of Americans living the golden years, facilities such as Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) are experiencing a financial and occupational boom. Asserting the ever growing need for facilities such as the profiled Belle Meade and Plantation Estates were statistics for this elderly population and health conditions such as Alzheimer’s.
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24182
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Out of Our Mind's Animation Studios Inc. is based in Winston-Salem and will release its first feature length film entitled 'The Magistical.'
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36442
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“Drink houses” were parties that were hosted by individuals who offered a place to buy beer and get together with people and listen to music. Luther Mayer, known as Captain Luke, spent a large portion of his life performing in these drink houses in the Winston-Salem area as an entertainer, musician, and artist.
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The Happy Hill Gardens Residents Store Advisory Committee is engaged in the task of furnishing a community convenience store for the Winston-Salem housing project.
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Southern City (NoCar Oversize JS 39 S6), Vol. 42 Issue 3, Mar 1992, p6-7, il
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24371
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Winston-Salem’s North Carolina Baptist Hospital experienced serious money deficits as a result of spiraling inflation and a building expansion that was over budget. Various factors have contributed to the hospital's success in weathering the crisis.
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24377
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David Winslow operates a Winston-Salem fund raiser, David Winslow and Associates, collecting thousands of dollars in corporate contributions
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24411
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The face of manufacture in Winston-Salem is changing, especially since most of the business in the city is based on the tobacco industry. This article discusses how businessmen helped the city’s growth potential by making improvements to the Super Block.
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35677
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Hospice, originating during the 19th century, was an idea worth exploring again. A company assuring this type of care could provide death with dignity was Winston-Salem’s Hospice of North Carolina, Inc. How this was possible, according to its director, was being comfortable during one’s remaining time and at peace with the impending end of life.
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Tar Heel (NoCar F 251 T37x), Vol. 6 Issue 4, July/Aug 1978, p7, 42-43
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10375
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The National Municipal League and Look Magazine have designated Winston-Salem an All-America City. This is the third North Carolina municipality to receive the award. Asheville won in 1951, and Laurinburg won in 1956. Most cities win the award largely on the basis of one project, but Winston-Salem won for its work on eight projects.