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Divisive zoning change addressed

    Divisive zoning change addressed

By Todd Luck The Chronicle The City Council voted on a controversial zoning change that would expand where residential development is allowed. The council voted 5-3 in favor of a

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Montgomery to step down from City Council on Nov. 5

    Montgomery to step down from City Council  on Nov. 5

Derwin Montgomery has announced that he will step down from representing the East Ward on the Winston-Salem City Council on Nov. 5. Montgomery, who is also co-owner of the Chronicle,

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County approves TROSA zoning change

    County approves TROSA zoning change

Forsyth County commissioners approved a zoning change that may allow TROSA to open a Triad location for its rehab services and voted 5-2 for nearly $2.4 million in incentives for

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Adams campaign event at WSSU mistakenly canceled

    Adams campaign event at WSSU mistakenly canceled

The campaign for U.S. 5th Congressional District candidate Denise “DD” Adams said that its working to reschedule an event at Winston-Salem State University that was canceled in error. Adams, a

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City Council supports Peters Creek and downtown development

    City Council supports Peters Creek and downtown development

Last week, the City Council agreed to support new development projects at Peters Creek Parkway and Innovation Quarter and named

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County to vote on Cook Medical incentives today

    County to vote on Cook Medical incentives today

Company is asking for $2.4 million to keep 650 jobs in the city County Commissioners will vote today on an

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City Council honors new Miss America’s Winston-Salem roots

    City Council honors new Miss America’s Winston-Salem roots

Mayor Allen Joines and the Winston-Salem City Council honored Miss America, Nia lmani Franklin, for her local roots during their

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City Council may regulate Bird electric scooters

    City Council may regulate Bird electric scooters

The City Council wants to regulate Bird electric scooters that were placed on Winston-Salem sidewalks shortly before Labor Day. Bird

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City and HAWS try for grant to transform Cleveland Avenue Homes

    City and HAWS try for grant to  transform Cleveland Avenue Homes

In a last-minute move, the City of Winston-Salem and the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem have once again applied for a

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Samet picked to build courthouse over committee recommendation

    Samet picked to build courthouse over committee recommendation

It took two votes for Forsyth County commissioners to determine who would build the new Hall of Justice, and they decided 6-1 to go with a different pick than what their committee of stakeholders recommended.

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