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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 Awards for 2016. The program also honored employees who reached

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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 the salaries of many employees and raises property taxes by

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Students honored

    Students honored

The East Forsyth High School Academy of Finance and the Carver High School Academy of Hospitality & Tourism are among a group of more than 100 career academies across the

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County recycling hits legal snag, heads to legislature

    County recycling hits legal snag, heads to legislature

Returning curbside recycling service to the unincorporated parts of the county has hit a legal snag that’ll require N.C. General Assembly action and delays implementation of the program to next

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Commentary: HBCU leaders, advocates must engage Democrats and Republicans

    Commentary: HBCU leaders, advocates must engage Democrats and Republicans

By Johnny C. Taylor Jr.  As the president and CEO of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF), I’m spending a

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Bicycle rental program comes to W-S

    Bicycle rental program comes to W-S

A bicycle rental program is giving those in Winston-Salem a new way to get around. Late last month, a new

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Board says it can’t change reappraisal process despite city request

    Board says it can’t change reappraisal process despite city request

The Forsyth County Board of Equalization and Review (BER) responded to the City Council’s request to review the real estate

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County budget adds help with opioid crisis

    County budget adds help with opioid crisis

Forsyth County commissioners unanimously passed a budget on Thursday, May 25, that included, among other things, eight new paramedics to

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Rev. Barber expects to announce his choice for next N.C. NAACP head soon

    Rev. Barber expects to announce his choice for next N.C. NAACP head soon

Thus far, several N.C. NAACP officials have announced who they are supporting to become the conference leader, but the current

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IFB asks county for $120,000

    IFB asks county for $120,000

Forsyth County plans to consider a request from IFB Solutions, formerly Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind, for a $120,000 grant.

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