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Malloy/Jordan East Winston News

  1. Commissioners Approve Contract Bid to Demolish Central Library

    Commissioners Approve Contract Bid to Demolish Central Library

    Hazardous materials removal, demolition of the front part of the library and gutting of the rear section is tentatively set to begin in August after Forsyth County Commissioners approved a contract bid of $697,860 by Demolition and Asbestos Removal Inc.

  2. Freegal: Music Videos

    Freegal: Music Videos

    Did you know you can download music videos through Freegal? These videos often have supplemental content that is not in the underlying song, and some of these videos are historical treasures. The videos are in MP4 format, and are yours to keep.

  3. Books We Like

    Books We Like

    This month, in honor of our nation's 239th birthday we explore three fascinating books related to the American Revolution and the intriguing lives of two of our Founding Fathers.

  4. Magazines from MasterFile Elite

    Magazines from MasterFile Elite

    A comprehensive collection of current and historical full-text magazine and journal articles. Topics covered include business, health, science, education, culture, current events, and more. Articles come from more than 1,000 periodicals that include Time, U.S. News & World Report, Business Week, Forbes, Fortune, Sports Illustrated, and People.

  5. The Great Outdoors with Zinio

    The Great Outdoors with Zinio

    This summer we want you to enjoy the great outdoors, but don't forget to take us with you! Check out these great eMagazines to start planning your next outdoor adventure.

  6. On the Same Page 2015: In the Heart of the Sea

    On the Same Page 2015: In the Heart of the Sea

    Did you know that the classic American novel Moby-Dick was inspired by an actual whale attack? Reserve your copy of In the Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Philbrick today and learn the whole exciting true story of the Essex! Then join us in the fall for a series of related events, including book discussions, film screenings, and more!