Kernersville News Briefs

  • Tyler Allred was awarded the Kernersville Chamber of Commerce’s Key Community Volunteer Award at the chamber’s annual banquet. For more, see the Thursday, November 15, 2018 edition.
  • Residents interested in finding out whether or not the Kernersville Board of Aldermen approved a rezoning request and accompanying site plan for the development of the proposed The Pointe at Main Street Market apartment complex off Old Winston Road will have to wait another month. During Tuesday night’s aldermen meeting, the developer asked for and was granted a continuance to the December meeting to await the results of a new traffic study in the area. For more, see the Thursday, November 15, 2018 edition.
  • A grand jury has indicted Michael Robert Kwasniewski of 1512 Reynard Drive, located off Macy Grove Road, alleging that Kwasniewski “did knowingly and unlawfully falsely assume and pretend to be an officer and employee under the authority of the United States,” presenting himself as a deputy U.S. marshal on or about October 14. For more, see the Thursday, November 15, 2018 edition.
  • A portion of Business 40 through downtown Winston-Salem will close in both directions for nearly two years on Saturday, Nov. 17, and N.C. Department of Transportation officials have been busy making sure commuters and passing motorists are prepared for detours in the area. For more, see the Thursday, November 15, 2018 edition.
  • Sarah Kilbreth, a member of Triad Baptist Church, has started a ministry in memory of her daughter, Eleanor, to help women struggling through and who have experienced pregnancy and infant loss. For more, see the Tuesday, November 13, 2018 edition.