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    Expect construction delays on Peters Creek, Business 40

Expect construction delays on Peters Creek, Business 40

Construction on the Peters Creek Parkway and Business 40 interchanges starts Monday, Oct. 23, and will result in several lane closures. Motorists can expect: *The inside lane going in both

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    Leaders decry GOP judicial redistricting legislation

Leaders decry GOP judicial redistricting legislation

North Carolina Republicans say the state’s judicial districts have not been fine- tuned in 60 years, and as a result, some districts have too many judges, while others have too

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    Event seeks to change traditional view about philanthropy

Event seeks to change traditional view about philanthropy

By Bridget Elam, For The Chronicle What is philanthropy?  Generally, people consider philanthropy as an act by a wealthy person to give money to a cause, organization or individual.  By this

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    Voting machines delayed

Voting machines delayed

Forsyth BOE begins early general election voting The absence of a State Board of Elections (BOE) is causing a delay in Forsyth County getting new voting machines that may affect

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