WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — A restaurant in Winston-Salem has been named the best seafood spot in North Carolina and another in Greensboro ranked high on the list.
Scoutology.com recently released a list of the “Top 16 North Carolina Seafood Spots,” listing the best places in the state for fish.
King’s Crab Shack and Oyster Bar at 239 W. Fourth St. in Winston-Salem was ranked at No.1. 1618 Seafood Grille at 1618 W Friendly Ave. in Greensboro was ranked at No. 4.
The website said the following about King’s Crab Shack and Oyster Bar:
King’s Crab Shack And Oyster Bar offers oysters, clams, crab legs and a steam bucket!
The website said the following about 1618 Seafood Grille:
1618 Seafood Grille is a modern seafood restaurant with a fantastic beer and cocktail list.
Others that made the list included Oceanic at Wrightsville Beach, Tony’s Oyster Bar in Cary and the George on the Riverwalk in Wilmington.
Tuesday April 5th, 2016 6am-9pm. Richard Petty & Kyle Petty will be on site from 9-11am. Classic car show of Old Salem Chapter AACA from 4-8pm.
Krispy Kreme has teamed up with former NASCAR driver Kyle Petty and the Victory Junction Camp for the fifth annual Drive for 45 Campaign.
Chronically and seriously ill children from across the country come to Victory Junction in Randleman, North Carolina to laugh and play and forget about being sick for a while.
That’s why Krispy Kreme is proud to team up with Kyle Petty and Victory Junction in our annual Drive for 45 Campaign. Join the Krispy Kreme family in making a difference in the lives of chronically and seriously ill children by visiting VictoryJunction.org. For more information go to http://krispykreme.com/about/Philanthropy
First Christian’s homeless ministry is hosting their second annual ride to benefit the homeless in our area on June 18th, 2016. 1130 N. Main St. Kernersville, NC
Contact: Donna- 336-430-1025 to Pre Register.
Where to vote: You must vote at your assigned precinct between 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. If you don’t know where you should go to vote, you can look it up here.
If you have moved more than 30 days prior to the election and are still living in the same county, you will have a new polling location. If you did not report your move, you may be asked to vote on a provisional ballot.
Bring your voter ID: Before you head to the polls make sure you have an acceptable form of ID. An acceptable ID can range from a state driver’s license to a Tribal ID card. If you aren’t sure if your ID qualifies, you can check here.
Key races: Today voters will be picking who they want to represent their party in the November general election. The November election will determine everything from president to school board officials.
If you want to know more about the presidential candidates, visit our You Decide 2016 page for the latest information.
Want to take a look at the ballot before you head to polls? The North Carolina State Board of Elections has sample ballots on its website. Just click on your county to see all of the candidates.
Finnegan’s Wake 2016 St. Patrick’s Day tented event cancelled.
The Color Run will be bringing “The Color Run Tropicolor™ World Tour” to Winston-Salem on March 19. The 5K will begin at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds. Runners will start at 10 am, with waves leaving every few minutes until 10:45 am. With more than five million runners crossing its finish line since 2012,
The Color Run caters to all fitness types – from first time runners to professional athletes. Runners will be bathed in an array of colors and island scents as they pass through palm trees, arches, and island-style music.Tickets can be purchased at http://thecolorrun.com/locations/winston-salem. Various packages are available for adult runners, and children may be added when adult runner participation is purchased.
March 12 5th Annual Kids of Childhood Cancer Chili Cook-Off
Four local companies will interview for more than 200 combined positions at the Community Job Fair, presented by WestRock, which is set for Saturday, March 5. The Job Fair will take place at BB&T Ballpark, the home of the Winston-Salem Dash, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
An application is available here, and all interested individuals are encouraged to bring a completed version with them to the event. Everyone who attends the Community Job Fair will have a chance to interview. Positions may be subject to a drug test.
Through their partners Legends Hospitality and Rhino Sports & Entertainment Services, the Dash will interview for 150 positions. These positions for the 70-game home slate for 2016 include the following: Bartenders, Bat Boys, Cleaning Attendants, Club Attendants, Concession Attendants, Cooks, Grounds Crew Members, Parking Attendants, Servers, Suite Attendants, Ticket Takers and Ushers.
WestRock will also accept applications and conduct various interviews for at least 15 local positions. WestRock is a leading global packaging company focused on customers, innovation and operation excellence. WestRock aspires to be the premier partner and unrivaled provider of paper and packaging solutions in global consumer and corrugated markets. More information on the organization is available at WestRock.com.
Earlier this week, Flow Automotive announced that it will post approximately 50 positions for sales representatives and technicians.
The Dash’s 2016 season, their seventh at BB&T Ballpark, begins Thursday, April 14, against the Salem Red Sox. Single-game tickets are on sale, and fans can purchase their seats by calling (336) 714-2287 or visiting wsdash.com.