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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.

There are several ways to get in touch with local representatives who can answer your questions, listen to concerns, and submit requests for service.
Spectators have admired the star during the holidays since 1992.
The city’s history of treating the public in hospitals stretches back more than a century. Learn how facilities that are still treating patients today were established.
Two publications have ranked UNCSA programs among the best in the US — and the world.
Citizens can volunteer on more than 40 panels that help Winston-Salem City Council make important decisions.
One-minute video submissions will be screened for the public at Project Space 411 on Wednesday, Nov. 29.
The annual sale will also be held in a different location this year.
Find your collection day and learn what to put in and keep out of your cart.
The new four-in-one clinic will give patients access to primary and specialty care services.
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