Richard Craver, Winston-SalemJournal

Richard Craver

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  • Winston-SalemJournal
  • News & Record
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  • CITIZEN-TIMES.com

Recent articles by Richard:

Forsyth County moves into medium-risk category for community spread of COVID-19

The county has been in the low-risk category. → Read More

Firearm manufacturers' share price surge following latest mass shooting tragedy

The share prices of Sturm, Ruger & Co. were up as much at 9.1% in the past two trading days. Ruger has 490 of its 1,900 employees at its Mayodan → Read More

Krispy Kreme offers free doughnuts to graduates

Senior day doughnuts from Krispy Kreme are free for graduates May 25. → Read More

Thomas Built Buses could add 280 jobs for new second shift in High Point

The second shift will be in the manufacturer's Saf-T-Liner C2 plant, which produces traditional and electric school buses. → Read More

Brown, Day win handily in Democratic House primary in Forsyth; Hall dominates GOP House primary

Kanika Brown appears the winner of the highest-profile General Assembly primary race involving Forsyth County. → Read More

Wells Fargo completes closing of Blowing Rock branch

Wells Fargo & Co. has closed, as of May 4, its branch in Blowing Rock. → Read More

YMCA of Northwest North Carolina names new president, CEO

The YMCA of Northwest N.C. named Darryl Head as its new president and chief executive on Friday. → Read More

FDA grants authorizations to certain Reynolds' Vuse products, but denies majority of applications

R.J. Reynolds Vapor Co. gained a limited regulatory success Thursday from the Food and Drug Administration. → Read More

Mebane plant closing affects 83 employees

Prescient Co. Inc. plans to eliminate 83 jobs as part of closing manufacturing operations in Mebane by year’s end, according to a WARN Act notice with the N.C. Commerce Department. → Read More

Manufactured home builder plans Laurinburg expansion

Champion Home Builders, a provider of manufactured and modular homes, said Tuesday it will create 182 new jobs in Laurinburg as part of an $18.7 million manufacturing expansion. → Read More

Primo Water board declares 7-cent quarterly dividend

The dividend is payable June 22 to shareholders registered as of June 10. → Read More

Fresh Market receives $676 million offer for 67% ownership stake from South American retailer

Fresh Market receives $676 million offer for 67% ownership stake from South American retailer → Read More

New COVID-19 cases climb by 38% in Forsyth; no new deaths reported

New COVID-19 cases climb by 38% in Forsyth; no new deaths reported → Read More

Atrium to merge with Midwest healthcare system Advocate Aurora.

Combined company, the fifth-largest US health-care system, would be based in Charlotte. → Read More

Domestic sales keep Krispy Kreme on profitable quarterly trend

Domestic sales keep Krispy Kreme on profitable quarterly trend → Read More

Piping manufacturer selects Nash site for plant

Cosmonid Co. Ltd., a polyethylene infrastructure piping manufacturer, said Tuesday it will create 168 new jobs in Nash County as part of a $12.8 million capital investment. The manufacturer said the 128,000-square-foot plant in Middlesex will serve as its first North American manufacturing campus for industrial, natural gas and drinking water pipes. The Korea-based company makes piping products… → Read More

O2 Fitness to open in former SteinMart site at Thruway Shopping Center

O2 Fitness in Winston-Salem is slated to open in early 2023. → Read More

Forsyth, Wake Forest Baptist maintain patient-safety grades in latest report

Forsyth, Wake Forest Baptist maintain patient-safety grade in latest Leapfrog report → Read More

NC sees increase in children dying from gunfire, suicide in 2020, according to report

NC has increase in children dying from firearms, suicide in 2020, according to report → Read More

HCTec expands Winston-Salem operational hub

HCTec, an information-technology services firm, recently expanded its Winston-Salem operations by adding 5,000 square feet near Truist Stadium in downtown Winston-Salem. The firm focuses on serving health-care systems and provider organizations with offerings that include comprehensive managed services, quality assurance and general call-center support. The firm now has nearly 20,000 square feet… → Read More