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    Carolina Brotherhood Ride makes stops in Forsyth County

Carolina Brotherhood Ride makes stops in Forsyth County

A convoy of cyclists and volunteers with the Carolina Brotherhood Ride made two stops in Forsyth County last week to honor fallen first responders.

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    N.C. senators react to Trump-Putin meeting

N.C. senators react to Trump-Putin meeting

In an extraordinary embrace of a longtime U.S. enemy, President Donald Trump on Monday openly questioned his own intelligence agencies’ firm finding that Russia meddled in the 2016 U.S. election to his benefit.

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    Trice’s Eatz caters to Winston-Salem

Trice’s Eatz caters to Winston-Salem

Business of the Month By Busta Brown Patrice Jeffreys is the owner and cook for Trice’s Eatz catering service in Winston-Salem. You could immediately see glow of happiness on her

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GOVERNMENT
    County begins gap billing on motor vehicles

County begins gap billing on motor vehicles

Forsyth County Tax Administration has begun the assessment, billing and collection of taxes where missed months of taxation exist between motor vehicle registration expiration and renewal dates.

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