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Dental and infant health programs considered in county budget

    Dental and infant health programs considered in county budget

Funding for a dental clinic and a program that’s helped reduce infant mortality are among the things being considered in Forsyth County’s budget for next fiscal year. Both the Cleveland

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Health center expands to Peters Creek area

    Health center expands to Peters Creek area

Demanded by the community, governed by patients, United Health Centers cut the ribbon on its third facility in the Winston-Salem area on Saturday. The new medical center is located on

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Happy Hill school and spring get historic marker

    Happy Hill school and spring get historic marker

Happy Hill has a new marker to denote a historic spring and an 1867 school built by freedmen. The marker was dedicated on Saturday, May 20, in a ceremony by

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Pastor celebrates first pastoral anniversary

    Pastor celebrates first pastoral anniversary

By Timothy Ramsey The Chronicle When a news pastor comes into a church there is usually an adjustment period for both the pastor and the congregation.  Pastor Ashley and First

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County reappraisal appeals down this year

    County reappraisal appeals down this year

The amount of appeals for county real estate tax reappraisals is down this year, according to the Forsyth County Tax

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County workers will see changes in new budget

    County workers will see changes in new budget

County employees will soon have a new pay plan and could see potential increases in holidays and 401k contribution. These

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Proposed county budget: more school spending

    Proposed county budget: more school spending

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The proposed $420 million Forsyth County budget for next fiscal year would slightly lower tax

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Meacham: Reject ‘alternative facts’ and blind partisanship

    Meacham: Reject ‘alternative facts’ and blind partisanship

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Presidential Historian Jon Meacham told graduates to embrace reflection and logic instead of partisanship and

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City approves loan for Brown Elementary demolition

    City approves loan for Brown Elementary demolition

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The City Council unanimously approved a loan to demolish the historic Brown Elementary School building

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County considers universal recycling bids

    County considers universal recycling bids

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Residents in unincorporated areas of the county may see universal curbside recycling service starting this

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