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Certain Novant Health Inc. patients are being notified that their protected health information may have improperly disclosed through a tracking tool linked to Facebook as... [Read More]
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For a sixth consecutive week, Forsyth County has high levels of COVID-19 based on federal Centers for Disease Control standards. [Read More]
Tobacco manufacturers have received another three months — until Oct. 6, 2023 — before potentially having to place graphic warning labels on cigarette packs. [Read More]
Five television and film projects have been made eligible for N.C. Film and Entertainment Grant funds, the governor's office said Thursday. The projects are:... [Read More]
Hanesbrands Inc. disclosed Thursday that a ransomware attack launched in May cost it about $100 million in global underwear sales during the second quarter. [Read More]
Two hotel properties off Hanes Mall Boulevard — Home2 Suites Hotel by Marriott and Springhill Suites by Marriott — have been purchased for the second... [Read More]
About 70% of the 122 confirmed monkeypox virus cases to date in North Carolina involve Black men, but only 24% of the vaccine has gone... [Read More]
Forsyth County reported an additional three COVID-19 related deaths, while the weekly case count dropped slightly for the first time in four weeks, according to... [Read More]
A local infectious diseases expert cautioned Tuesday that monkeypox has the potential to spread beyond the communities that have been hardest hit so far. [Read More]
Forsyth County residents are able to get up to five free COVID-19 tests shipped directly to them. [Read More]
NorthState announced plans Tuesday to offer its fastest fiber internet services in much of Bethania, Lewisville, Pfafftown and northern Winston-Salem as part of its latest... [Read More]
DME Racing, a motorsports parts manufacturer, announced plans Friday to move its operations from Winston-Salem to Mocksville between mid-2023 and early 2024. [Read More]
The COVID-19 pandemic may have another significant public-health ripple effect in terms of increased alcoholic consumption, according to a Triangle-based nonprofit research institute. [Read More]
The state's lobbying group for health-care systems and hospitals has called out state political leaders for being willing to let Medicaid expansion "die because you... [Read More]
Eleven stores in the Triad and Northwest North Carolina — including two in Forsyth County — are among 61 statewide required to pay fines for... [Read More]
The use of healthcare apprenticeships has mushroomed in recent years, along with the contracting of travel nurses, to deal with a chronic shortage of medical... [Read More]
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