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East Ward residents ask about dropping property values

    East Ward residents ask about dropping property values

County tax staff heard concerns East Ward residents have about their declining property values during this year’s property reappraisals at a town hall on June 15 at the Career Center

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Commentary: Disengaging with Cuba

    Commentary: Disengaging with Cuba

By Mel Gurtov President Obama’s engagement with Cuba was one of his administration’s success stories.  The policy shift was based on the entirely realistic as well as humanitarian assessment that permanent

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Commentary: Seniors facing many challenges on many levels

    Commentary: Seniors facing many challenges on many levels

By Dr. Althea Taylor-Jones The North Carolina Senior Tar Heel Legislature (NCSTHL) convened for the second session of 2017 in Chapel Hill on June 13-14, 2017. Eighty-seven attendees focused on issues

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City budget plan gains drug court, Trans-AID hike

    City budget plan gains drug court, Trans-AID hike

Funding for a drug court, an extension for an underutilized bus route and a rate increase for Trans-AID have been added to the City of Winston-Salem’s proposed $482.2 million budget.

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Local mother facing deportation gets aid

    Local mother facing deportation gets aid

“I am the mother of four children and I will do anything for them.” That’s how a tearful Minerva Garcia

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Nonprofits make second try at city budget requests

    Nonprofits make second try at city budget requests

The Winston-Salem City Council heard dozens of nonprofits ask for funding in the city’s $482.2 million budget during a public

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Commentary: He said, he said: words associated with some type of chaos

    Commentary: He said, he said: words associated with some type of chaos

By James B. Ewers Jr.  The phrase he said, she said [or he said] belongs in a Dear Abby column

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County may ask Utilities Commission to fund recycling

    County may ask Utilities Commission to fund  recycling

Forsyth County commissioners are considering asking the City/County Utilities Commission to fund universal curbside recycling pickup as they wait for

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Winston-Salem city workers honored

    Winston-Salem city workers honored

The city held its annual Employee Recognition Program on Thursday, June 8, to announce the winners of the Employee Excellence

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City budget enhances bus routes and city worker pay

    City budget  enhances bus routes and city worker pay

The proposed $482.2 million City of Winston-Salem budget covers Winston-Salem Transit Authority’s budget shortfall, improves the new bus routes, increases

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