The Winston-Dillard School District will offer free meals to students over summer break at various locations.
In another step to “clean itself up,” the city of Winston is proposing an ordinance to ban people from parks or public property if they break the law or engage in disorderly conduct.
In addition to preparing for a spate of events that occur in the spring, the Winston Area Chamber of Commerce is continuing its focus on creating a welcoming, attractive community for visitors and residents alike. We are actively working with regional partners to develop Winston’s tourism po…
The city of Winston dedicated a new restroom facility Wednesday at Riverbend Park, work that city officials say will add more capacity during events.
WINSTON — A traveling basketball team brought an anti-bullying message to the Winston-Dillard School District on Thursday. They took their skills and comedy routine to Douglas High School after putting on a show for the Winston Middle School students earlier in the day.
The city of Winston is readying a new police station that will move the police department from cramped city hall quarters into its own building, a much-needed change for the department, according to city officials.
Children watched transfixed as a cheetah walked through paint, its wide paws plodding onto a blank canvas, splattering its paw prints in red and green.
A McGovern Elementary School student was arrested Wednesday morning for allegedly threatening a "shootout" in writing on a bathroom wall, the fourth such arrest this year.
WINSTON — The Winston City Council and the Winston Area Chamber of Commerce are divided over how to divvy up some of the bed tax revenues from the city’s two motels, with the chamber threatening to hand back tourism promotion to the city over a reduced split of the money.
The new building to replace the Lookingglass Elementary School gymnasium destroyed by 2016 fire has been hit with delays, leaving in doubt when students and staff will be able to use it.
WINSTON — A proposal from a local business owner to allow a marijuana dispensary within city limits got a cool reception from most of the City Council on Monday night.
The city of Winston is continuing to see significant improvements to the visual appeal of its businesses, parks and downtown. If you’ve driven through Winston recently, you probably noticed the construction around Khayam the cheetah, the famous bronze statue that marks the middle of downtown…
Former residents of a Winston recreational vehicle park were awarded an $8,500 settlement from the park after they claimed discrimination because of their child, a state agency said Tuesday.