City of Winston-Salem

5:18 pm
Wed June 26, 2013

110 Candles & Counting

This photo was submitted by Sina’s son, 88 year-old Carlyle Hayes. Sina was honored as the oldest living person in Winston-Salem during a luncheon in May. She is pictured with family members Lee Cain and Sarah Ann Joyner.
Carlyle Hayes

The oldest woman in Forsyth County is celebrating her 110th birthday  Thursday.

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5:11 pm
Thu May 30, 2013

You Are Never Too Old to Step Up to the Plate

The top winning teams at the Piedmont Plus Senior Softball Tournament will compete for a state title in September.
Credit The City of Winston-Salem Recreation & Parks Dept.

More than 250 seniors will gather in Winston-Salem this weekend to play some serious softball.

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6:01 pm
Fri May 10, 2013

More Than 50 People in Forsyth County Are 100 Years or Older

Mayor Pro Tem, Vivian Burke and fellow city council members honored Sina Hayes with a special plaque Friday for being the oldest centenarian in Forsyth County. Hayes is 109 years-old.
Keri Brown

Living past 100 years old may seem unlikely for many people, but you may be surprised to know that dozens of centenarians are living in Forsyth County.

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12:35 am
Fri May 10, 2013

Happy Birthday Winston-Salem

Several free activities are planned for the Winston-Salem community through Sunday, as part of the city's centennial celebration.
Credit Keri Brown

The city of Winston-Salem is celebrating 100 years of rich history.

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2:11 pm
Fri April 12, 2013

You're Invited to a Winston-Salem Tax Prep Slumber Party

Liberty Tax Service on Jonestown Road in Winston-Salem will be open around the clock until April 15 at midnight. Tyler Keener says he enjoys wearing the Liberty costume.
Kathryn Mobley WFDD

April 15, the deadline to file state and federal taxes, comes around every year. But still some people procrastinate. So Reed Prevatte has found a way to help them, “Come in in the middle of the night and we’ll do your taxes for you.” Prevatte owns four Liberty Tax Services; two in Winston-Salem, one in Clemmons and one in King. Friday at his Jonestown Road office in Winston-Salem, he’s hosting an around-the-clock tax prep slumber party. “Some people work third shift and coming in at 5:00 a.m. makes sense to them,” Prevatte explains.

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