Winston-Salem Transit Authority is changing many of the city's fixed, bus routes. Attend the final public information meetings in December to learn how the changes will affect you. Also, during December, WSTA employees in the downtown Transit Center are helping riders figure out the new bus routes.
The Winston-Salem Police Department is holding a “Stuff the Patrol Car” toy drive in early December to serve local families. A police officer will be at the Walmart on Hanes Mill Road from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 5-9 to accept donations of new, unwrapped toys for children.
Plan ahead! Friday, December 2: From Our House to Yours at the South Fork Community Center, Special Olympics Youth Bowling at Creekside Lanes; on Saturday, December 3: Reading Workshop at the Anderson Community Center, A Bethabara Christmas at Bethabara Park, Santa Visits the Cricket's Nest at South Fork Community Center, the Holiday Parade and Tree Lighting! [ Cityofws.org Link ]
All of Winston-Salem's public bus routes are changing January 2, 2017. Learn how it will affect you. Attend information sessions hosted by Winston-Salem Transit Authority.
The next ones are Nov. 28, 5 p.m.-7 p.m. at William Sims Community Center and Nov. 29, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. at South Fork Community Center.
Due to abnormally dry conditions, North Carolina has issued a burning ban for Forsyth County until further notice. All burning permits have been cancelled and open burning such as leaf and brush piles, camp fires, bonfires, barrels and other open burning is not allowed. [ Cityofws.org Link ]