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County may end its curbside recycling

    County may end its curbside recycling

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE County commissioners may soon vote on an ordinance that will end the county-run curbside recycling program. Since 2012, the county has provided a voluntary recycling

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Attorney Donald Buie ends appeals court run

    Attorney Donald Buie ends appeals court run

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Local Attorney Donald Buie is ending his unaffiliated run for the N.C. Court of Appeals seat of Judge Martha Geer, who stepped down in May.

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Voters to decide $15 million park bond

    Voters to decide $15 million park bond

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The public will weigh in on a $15 million Forsyth County park bond when it goes to the polls for this year’s general election. Forsyth

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County approves Corning incentives

    County approves Corning incentives

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Forsyth County commissioners approved an incentive deal for Corning Optical Communications LLC to expand in Winston-Salem at its Monday, Sept. 26, meeting. Corning has agreed

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Candidates discuss riots, hunger and farms

    Candidates discuss riots, hunger and farms

BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE The Charlotte riots, struggling farms and food insecurity were just some of the topics discussed

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Should commissioners control DSS and Health Department?

    Should commissioners control DSS and Health Department?

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Who should be in charge of the Departments of Social Services and Public Health? That’s

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Students to Raymond: ‘Uncle Tom!’

    Students to Raymond: ‘Uncle Tom!’

BOE denies WSSU voting site for 2016 BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The Forsyth County Board of Elections voted for

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City Council OKs Rolling Hills help, holds off on New Hope Manor

    City Council OKs Rolling Hills help, holds off on New Hope Manor

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE The Winston-Salem City Council lent its support to a $7.8 million rehabilitation of Rolling Hills,

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County considers projects for state grants

    County considers projects for state grants

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Local jobs and education initiatives from Goler CDC and Forsyth Technical Community College are among

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County still working on tethering ban

    County still working on tethering ban

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Forsyth County is getting closer to a possible ban on tethering unattended dogs. County commissioners

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