“Finally, in alignment with the Winston-Salem Police Department’s dedication to Community Oriented Policing, any time officers are observed in the area, residents are welcome and encouraged to approach and ask to speak with the officers regarding any neighborhood concerns they have.”
This year’s Heavy Rebel is considerably scaled back, but it will be held today on Trade Street, from Fifth to Seventh streets in downtown Winston-Salem.
There will be bands playing hourly starting at 10 a.m. The bands will be playing on the back on the back dock of the Millennium Center at Fifth and Trade streets.
The car show will be held as well. Registration for the car show opens at 8 a.m. and the cost is $15.
There will also be vendors, art, food, drink, and fun.
The Internal Revenue Service has begun allowing all taxpayers to create a Identity Protection Personal Identification Number (IP PIN).
Previously only victims of identity theft and people living in certain states, were eligible to create a IP PIN.
The six-digit number, that only the taxpayer and the IRS know, provides another layer of protection from thieves using your personal information to file a fraudulent tax return. The IP PIN essentially “locks” a tax account.