Posts From Todd Luck

Big Pour craft beverage festival coming to Tanglewood

    Big Pour craft beverage festival coming to Tanglewood

Tanglewood Park is planning to host North Carolina’s Big Pour, a new craft beverage festival

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City wants to help with ‘transformative’ Peters Creek project

    City wants to help with ‘transformative’ Peters Creek project

City Council members expressed interest in contributing $600,000 to transform the Budget Inn property on Peters Creek Parkway into workforce housing.

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Montgomery to succeed N.C. Rep. Ed Hanes

    Montgomery to succeed N.C. Rep. Ed Hanes

The Forsyth County Democratic Party selected City Council Member Derwin Montgomery to succeed Ed Hanes as the representative for the 72nd District in the N.C. General Assembly.

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N.C. Elections Board supports Sunday voting

    N.C. Elections Board supports Sunday voting

The N.C. Bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement held a meeting on Sunday at Wake Forest University to hear early voting plans that local election boards couldn’t agree

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County committees looking for volunteer members

    County committees looking for volunteer members

Forsyth County has a wide variety of committee positions open for those willing to serve. Those interested can apply online

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Planned church sign causes resident concern

    Planned church sign causes resident concern

A local church’s plan to replace its sign resulted in numerous residents voicing concerns about the change at a City

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Commissioners unanimously send county sales tax to voters

    Commissioners unanimously send county sales tax to voters

By Todd Luck The Chronicle Forsyth County commissioners unanimously approved placing a referendum for a quarter-cent county sales tax on

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Officials move closer to new courthouse

    Officials move closer to new courthouse

County commissioners will soon choose the companies that’ll manage the future construction of the new courthouse.

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New drug program for addiction at jail

    New drug program for addiction at jail

A new partnership between pharmaceutical company Alkermes and the Forsyth County District Attorney’s office will be offering drug-assisted treatment for addiction.

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Funding woes hit Veterans Court

    Funding woes hit Veterans Court

Veterans Treatment Court held its first, and possibly last, graduation ceremony at Goodwill Industries on Wednesday, July 18.

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