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Cambridge Wrege

City Editor

Cambridge Wrege lives in Winston-Salem, NC. She is a former television news producer with 10 years of experience in the local broadcast news industry. When she’s not looking for stories, Cambridge enjoys spending time with her husband, walking her dog, and gardening.

Do you know the secret to navigating the Twin City like a pro?
Here’s the lineup and how to grab tickets.
The public space will honor the life and legacy of a man who freed himself from enslavement.
The $658.9 million plan would raise some fees and property taxes to pay for city priorities.
The City of Arts and Innovation is joining the worldwide celebration of music.
The property was a pawn shop for decades. Now it’s for sale.
From parties and parades to brunches and book clubs, here’s a guide to Pride events happening in June in the Twin City.
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Whether you want fun in the sun or to sip in the shade, there are plenty of places to enjoy Dash baseball with half-price beer + wine.
It’s time to add some summer staples to your closet.
The museum is offering free access to certain residents through Labor Day.
Plans for the historic property include restaurants, a commercial kitchen, and studio apartments.
The technology represents another step in advancing medical treatment and patient-centered care.
The structure that started as a clever marketing campaign is still getting attention today.
Brown is the first permanent female chancellor in the university’s history.
Pipe organs around Winston-Salem will be the stars of the show during six events June 2 to Aug. 12.
The city’s aquatics program returns Saturday, May 25.
Nothing says summer in the Twin City like swaying to the beats of live music at open-air venues.
How much do you know about Winston-Salem’s largest residential area?
Meg Partridge will share personal reflections about the photographer’s life and work during gallery talks and a film screening.
The Winston-Salem Dash will host a vow renewal ceremony for couples before the game on Friday, May 24.
The cycling event with free concerts returns to Winston-Salem May 24 and May 25.
The innovative program is a collaboration between Forsyth County Emergency Services and Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist.
The name for the 120-mile corridor is bringing big business to the central part of NC.
Some voters in NC will head to the polls again to decide nominees for November.
Find a new home for your previously loved items.
The men’s professional tennis tournament is making changes focused on the spectator experience.
The five-story tower is a $222 million investment at the campus on Silas Creek Parkway.
The inaugural fundraiser is happening Thursday, May 9.
Locals have vetted these Winston-Salem stores, shops, and suppliers.
It’s like summer camp, but for adults.