Posts From Todd Luck

New law partially settles stormwater fee tiff

    New law partially settles stormwater fee tiff

A new law will exempt runways and taxiways at public and military airports from stormwater utilities fees statewide, partially settling an issue that’s been a source of contention between local

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County renews controversial healthcare provider for jail

    County renews controversial healthcare provider for jail

Forsyth County commissioners renewed Correct Care Solutions LLC’s contract to provide health services for the Forsyth County Detention Center by a 5-2 vote in their Thursday, July 13 meeting. Correct

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Accessible Festival offers services and fun

    Accessible Festival offers services and fun

People with disabilities of all kinds danced, ate and had fun at the Accessible Festival held at the Winston-Salem Fairgrounds’ Education Building on Friday, July 14. This year was an

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Vote on animal shelter, courthouse in August

    Vote on animal shelter, courthouse in August

County commissioners, who will return from a break next month, are scheduled to vote on several major issues in their formal meeting on Aug. 17: *A contract with the Forsyth

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Activists urge Burr to oppose massive EPA cuts

    Activists urge Burr to oppose massive EPA cuts

Activists with Environment North Carolina presented a petition with more than 10,000 signatures to Sen. Richard Burr’s local office last

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WSSU, stadium have new U.S. 52 interchange

    WSSU, stadium have new U.S. 52 interchange

Changes coming to MLK Drive, too Starting on Wednesday, July 12, the U.S. Highway 52 interchange for Rams Drive has

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Jail health provider defends care to county commissioners

    Jail health provider defends care to county  commissioners

County also receives city request for drug court funding Correct Care Solutions LLC defended the medical care it provides at

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Group brings Liberian valedictorian to study in W-S

    Group brings Liberian valedictorian to study in W-S

The Liberian Organization of the Piedmont (LOP) gave Lexanndine Taylor, who graduated top of her class at the University of

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‘It’s a beautiful thing’

    ‘It’s a beautiful thing’

Liberty Market reopens with urban farmers The Liberty Street Market reopened with a variety of urban farmers from the community

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Will top dogs in the NBA remain on top?

    Will top dogs in the NBA remain on top?

About a month ago, I wrote a column about the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers dominance over the

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