Posts From Todd Luck

Standoff: State, Justice Department clash over HB 2

    Standoff: State, Justice Department clash over HB 2

With billions in federal funding now on the line, the U.S. Department of Justice and the State of North Carolina are now battling in court over House Bill 2.

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Democratic candidate calls for ‘revolution’

    Democratic candidate calls for ‘revolution’

A Democratic candidate for the 5th Congressional District of North Carolina is calling for “a political revolution.” Josh Brannon spoke at Forsyth County Democratic Party headquarters on Thursday, May 5, in a forum along with Jim Roberts and Charlie Wallin.

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County approves airport agreement with City

    County approves airport agreement with City

The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners approved an agreement with the City of Winston-Salem to provide funding for the Smith Reynolds Airport, potentially bringing to an end the possibility of de-annexation.

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County moves to combine Sheriff’s Office forensics unit with W-S Police Department’s

    County moves to combine Sheriff’s Office forensics unit with W-S Police Department’s

Forsyth County commissioners approved consolidating the forensic services of the Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office with the Winston-Salem Police Department during its Monday, May 9 meeting.

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NBTF is local concern in HB 2 boycott

    NBTF  is local concern in HB 2 boycott

With many boycotting North Carolina because of HB 2, events that draw visitors from out of state, like next year’s National Black Theatre Festival, may be affected.

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City Council denies senior housing after neighbors object

    City Council denies senior housing after neighbors object

The City Council rejected a rezoning request, 5-2, for a senior housing project on Reynolda Road during its Monday, May 2 meeting.

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Residents still concerned about health after homes test safe

    Residents still concerned about health after homes test safe

City and state officials said that tests show the neighborhood is safe around the former Hanes and Lowrance middle schools, but residents still expressed concerns about their health at a meeting held Thursday, April 28 at the Hanes Hosiery Recreation Center.

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Forsyth might get re-canvas of March vote

    Forsyth might get re-canvas of March vote

Democracy North Carolina leaders and volunteers met with Forsyth Board of Elections Director to discuss issues with the March 15 primary.

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Commissioners ask lawmakers to consider airport de-annexation

    Commissioners ask lawmakers to consider airport de-annexation

Rep. Donny Lambeth Pre-school funding is also discussed BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Forsyth County commissioners asked state law-makers to

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Utility workers ask City for more pay; Council also approves financing for Ujima CDC project

    Utility workers ask City for more pay; Council also approves financing for Ujima CDC project

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE City utility employees asked for higher pay and funds were approved for Ujima CDC’s first

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