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Category: Profiles

November 14, 2017 by Lily Walter

Profile of Ronnie’s Country Store

Opening the door to Ronnie’s Country Store is like opening a door into the past. Inside the old fashioned grocery store are shelves of canned … Read More

November 6, 2017 by Lily Walter

Middle School Production of The Lion King

The room hummed with conversation and energy. Fifty students and teachers gathered in the large black rehearsal room talking and prepping costumes and running through … Read More

November 1, 2017 by Rachel Hirsch

Bar Piña: Only Rooftop Bar Downtown

Bar Piña, the only rooftop bar in downtown Winston Salem, has opened on 770 Liberty View Court, just above the Famous Toastery. “We offer craft … Read More

October 29, 2017 by Rachel Hirsch

Bookmarks: A Local Non-Profit

Vicki Schwartz, a volunteer decked out in Halloween from head to toe, read to a group of children from the Foundation Early Learning Center at … Read More

October 18, 2017 by Rayne Supple

First Presbyterian Church Volunteered in Houston to Provide Relief for Hurricane Harvey

Hannah Lafferandre strapped on her mold mask and entered the Houston home through a torn down garage door to a pile of debris that reached … Read More

September 28, 2017 by Erin Stephens

Molly Southern: 17-Year-Old’s Passion for Fashion Shines In Clothing Swap

As a child, Molly Southern was surrounded by inspiration. “I’ve grown up around huge amounts of people. My mom runs a music festival, Heavy Rebel … Read More

September 28, 2017 by Madison Yauger

Crafting an Education for Kenya

Seventy-five children in Ngong, Kenya will receive a home and an education because of the efforts of a local woman and her craft store. Wedged … Read More

November 23, 2015 by Daniel Sechtin

One of the First Same-Sex Couples to Receive Marriage License in Winston-Salem: One Year Later

Last year, Heard it Here covered the legalization of same-sex marriage in North Carolina. The article featured Keith Hicks and Wayne Berrier who were one … Read More

November 5, 2015 by Anna Conte

Old courthouse holds a new purpose

Courtrooms dating back to 1926 are now home to city residents wanting to live in central downtown Winston-Salem, all made possible with the renovation of … Read More

November 5, 2015 by Daniel Sechtin

(VIDEO) Our Neighbor: The Soup Man

A Christmas tree farmer turned pastor, Ken Furches left the family business and answered a calling from God to preach full time. The change in … Read More

October 22, 2015 by McKenzie Maddox

Our Neighbor: Bike Patrol Officer Greg Martin

While the sun began to set on the downtown Winston-Salem area, Officer Greg Martin slipped on his yellow Winston-Salem Bike Patrol jacket, fastened his helmet … Read More

October 22, 2015 by Anna Conte

Wind chimes add “serendipity” to the Arts District

About two years ago, hidden by the darkness of night two Arts for Arts Sake members set out on an expedition to hang wind chimes … Read More