A budget with an emphasis on city worker wages and police recruitment passed the Winston-Salem City Council with a 6-2 vote.
A few of the guns collected at the Firearms Safe Surrender are shown.
Forsyth County is having difficulty maintaining contractors for its recycling program in the unincorporated parts of the county. County commissioners were told about the issue during their Thursday, June 16,
The ACEY group, part of the Winston Salem Foundation’s Women’s Fund, helped nearly 50 certified nursing assistants (CNAs) at Oak Forest Health and Rehabilitation nursing home on Windy Hill Drive celebrate the 39th annual National Nursing Assistants Week on Wednesday, June 15,
The Burgess family held the second annual Celeste Burgess Memorial Banquet last Friday at the Enterprise Center, in her honor, along with the Memorial Basketball game Saturday.
County commissioners have begun the process to place bonds for public schools, Forsyth Technical Community College and parks and recreation on the November ballot.
A bill letting large counties set up their own eugenics compensation programs passed the N.C. House of Representatives, 100-11, on Monday, June 13.
Community grants, fire inspectors and city worker pay were among the topics at the city budget public hearing on Thursday, June 9.
Several members of the public spoke in support of an early voting site at Winston-Salem State University during the Forsyth County Board of Elections meeting on Tuesday, June 14.
John Larson decisively won the City Council South Ward primary that was held again during the June 7 primary.