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County incentives attract jobs and tax revenue

    County incentives attract jobs and tax revenue

Ten companies that received county incentives created 1,171 jobs and $2.87 million in a net tax benefit for the county as of 2015. During a briefing, County Economic Development Specialist

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City approves Embassy Suites agreement and capital needs committee

    City approves Embassy Suites agreement and capital needs committee

Last week the Winston-Salem City Council voted to maintain its arrangement in Embassy Suites with the hotel’s new owners.

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Children’s Law Center honors advocates

    Children’s Law Center honors advocates

Children’s Law Center (CLC) celebrated 12 years of advocating for children by honoring some of those who helped make it possible. The non-profit held its “Birthday Blast” at The Millennium

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County may name building after Walter Marshall

    County may name building after Walter Marshall

Naming a building after the late Walter Marshall and changing the county’s noise ordinance where among the many things county commissioners discussed in their meetings on Thursday, Sept. 14.

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What’s the future of county garbage and recycling

    What’s the future of county garbage and recycling

Forsyth County is considering its future options for curbside garbage and recycling pickup. As the county’s curbside garbage contracts expire

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N.C. Insurance commissioner recognize fire departments

    N.C. Insurance commissioner recognize fire departments

State Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey presented new certificates for improved insurance ratings to seven Forsyth County fire departments.

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Bowman Gray sale delayed until late 2018

    Bowman Gray sale delayed until late 2018

The city’s sale of Bowman Gray Stadium to Winston-Salem State University won’t be finalized until the end of next year, at the earliest.

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WSPD getting ice cream truck and bookmobile

    WSPD getting ice cream truck and bookmobile

Next summer, children may get a new view of police as the Winston-Salem Police Foundation plans to role out an ice cream truck and bookmobile in one vehicle.

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City Council rejects controversial rezoning

    City Council rejects controversial rezoning

The City Council voted unanimously against rezoning for a 144-unit apartment complex where Fourth Street meets Peters Creek Parkway.

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Elder Law Clinic currently accepting applications

    Elder Law Clinic currently accepting applications

Wake Forest University’s Elder Law Clinic is currently accepting applications for its fall 2017 semester.

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