Heard it Here

Wake Forest Students Cover Downtown Winston-Salem

September 28, 2017 by Stephen Bechtel

Delays Continue for The National Cycling Center

A stroll down the slanting and broken sidewalks of North Liberty street in downtown Winston-Salem takes you past a multi-story banner that has been loudly … Read More

September 28, 2017 by Rayne Supple

Dash Hold Record Attendance Numbers for 2017 Season, Highest Number Since 2013.

  The Winston-Salem Dash wrapped up their season earlier this month, setting the new record of attendance since 2013. The Dash reached a total of … Read More

September 28, 2017 by Meredith Happy

Students Take Advantage Of Downtown Coffee Shops

Second-year Wake Forest medical student, Erin Allred was dancing to herself with music coming from her clunky headphones as she took notes in her notebook, … Read More

September 28, 2017 by Lily Walter

Confederate Statue Debate Continues

Debate over the future of Winston-Salem’s Confederate statue continues behind closed doors as city officials are unable to take legal action, city officials said. Located … Read More

September 28, 2017 by Megan Schmit

Bongos Remains Busy After Shooting at North Cherry Street Parking Deck

Midnight on Saturday, the line outside of Bongos Nightclub at 411 N. Cherry St. extended halfway down the block. The shooting that took place in … 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

September 28, 2017 by Rachel Hirsch

Technological Advances Enhance Forsyth County Central Library

After three years of renovations and construction, the reopening of the Forsyth County Public Library is complete. “There is a whole new vibe in this … Read More

December 3, 2015 by Erin Patterson

Overflow homeless shelters open doors across Winston-Salem

It was 50 degrees and raining as almost a dozen people started lining up outside the doors of Centenary United Methodist’s office space on Tuesday … 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 19, 2015 by Emily Eisert

Faces of Fourth and Cherry

Fourth Street and Cherry Street are two of the busiest streets in downtown Winston-Salem. They are lined with restaurants, cafes, office buildings, hotels and a … Read More

November 19, 2015 by McKenzie Maddox

Ziggy’s announces it will be shutting its doors weeks after the City Council votes to expand the Entertainment District

This week, one of the owners of Ziggy’s publicly announced that the venue will be closing in February because its lease will not be renewed. … Read More

November 19, 2015 by Caroline Green

A History of Goler Heights

With the Arts District and Innovation Quarter on its boundaries, the area of Goler Heights, formerly known as the Goler-Depot Neighborhood, has been developing quickly … Read More