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Nurse-Family Partnership to expand

    Nurse-Family Partnership to expand

Now in its fifth year, the Nurse-Family Partnership has secured permanent funding and is looking to expand its effort to improve pregnancy outcomes. The Nurse-Family Partnership is an initiative of

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Obama care is still alive

    Obama care is still alive

Open enrollment for 2018 health insurance began on Nov. 1, just weeks after President Donald Trump took action to end Affordable Healthcare Act subsidies.

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Forsyth County OKs nurse to monitor inmate care

    Forsyth County OKs nurse to monitor inmate care

Medical accountability at the county jail, pollution under the new courthouse site and accessory dwellings were among the issues the Forsyth County commissioners voted on last week.

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GIDE celebrates after school success

    GIDE celebrates after school success

GIDE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides after-school and summer programs for students. This year the program relocated to 14th Street Community Center.

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A cut above the rest

    A cut above the rest

Gerald Hutson, the owner of Bus Stop Barber Shop, has been cutting hair for more than 70 years.

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County may apply for brownfields agreement for new courthouse

    County may apply for brownfields agreement for new courthouse

The county is currently in the process of buying a vacant lot at 175 N. Chestnut St., next to the Forsyth County Government Center, as the site of the new courthouse.

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‘Soul Food Scholar’ shares knowledge of black chefs and presidents

    ‘Soul Food Scholar’ shares knowledge of black chefs and presidents

Adrian Miller, a former special presidential assistant and self-proclaimed “Soul Food Scholar,” gave a lesson in culinary history on foods prepared for presidents by African-Americans at Sweet Potatoes restaurant

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Panel explores history of Depot Street area

    Panel explores history of Depot Street area

Long before there was an Innovation Quarter, that area of downtown was the thriving heart of the black community along Depot Street.

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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

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City approves firefighter grant and Powerscreen rezoning

    City approves firefighter grant and Powerscreen rezoning

The Winston-Salem City Council approved a grant for more firefighters and a zoning request from Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic during its Monday,

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