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Some commissioners want a county sales tax

    Some commissioners want a county sales tax

Forsyth County commissioners are considering a quarter-cent county sales tax.

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Commissioners voting on consolidation study today

    Commissioners voting on consolidation study today

Forsyth County commissioners will be voting today on if county staff should study consolidating the Social Services and the Public Health departments.

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Walter Marshall building dedicated

    Walter Marshall building dedicated

The Forsyth County Department of Social Services building is now officially The Walter Marshall Building.

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City sues opioid companies

    City sues opioid companies

The City of Winston-Salem is suing opioid distributors and manufacturers. The City Council voted on Monday, March 5, to declare the opioid crisis in the city a public nuisance and

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Caldwell, Green gain top awards

    Caldwell, Green gain top awards

For the 33rd year, The Chronicle is honoring those who serve with its Community Service Awards. The awards banquet will

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Commissioners want to rebid jail food service

    Commissioners want to rebid jail food service

Forsyth County commissioners approved paying more to Aramark for food services at the Forsyth County Detention Center, but also requested

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Commissioners to vote on exploring Human Services Consolidation

    Commissioners to vote on exploring Human Services Consolidation

Forsyth County commissioners plan to vote on authorizing staff to explore consolidating the departments of Social Services and Public Health. Commissioners are tentatively set to vote on this issue on March 15.

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‘He worked tirelessly for those who had no voice’

    ‘He worked tirelessly for those who had no voice’

The community came out to honor former school board member and County Commissioner Beaufort Bailey at a funeral service held Monday at Greater Church.

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City bonds move forward for public comment

    City bonds move forward for public comment

The City of Winston-Salem will be holding community meetings starting March 21 on a potential $122 million in bonds that may be on the November ballot.

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Commissioners talk taxes, turnover and debt

    Commissioners talk taxes, turnover and debt

The consequences of tax reform, a county sales tax, employee turnover and enhancing Safe on Seven were some of the topics discussed during a Winter Work Session held by Forsyth County commissioners last week.

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