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C-SPAN to air Winston-Salem’s stories

    C-SPAN to air Winston-Salem’s stories

C-SPAN is shooting stories this week focusing on the history and literacy of Winston-Salem. The C-SPAN Cites Tour spotlights unique small and midsize cities throughout the country. The stories about Winston-Salem

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City discusses pay by phone parking

    City discusses pay by phone parking

Motorists shouldn’t expect to be able to pay for their street parking with their cellphone anytime soon in Winston-Salem. According to a report presented to the Public Safety Committee last

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County hires lawyers for opioid lawsuit

    County hires lawyers for opioid lawsuit

Forsyth County commissioners voted unanimously during its Feb. 15 meeting to hire lawyers for a lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and distributors. The tactics that big pharmaceutical companies used in marketing

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Zoning ordinance change draws community opposition

    Zoning ordinance change draws community  opposition

A change to Winston-Salem zoning ordinances that would allow residential development in Highway Business districts is receiving opposition from neighborhood groups. A proposed zoning amendment would allow residential, multifamily and

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Commissioners to discuss social services, health department consolidation

    Commissioners to discuss social services, health department consolidation

The county commissioned a study last year by Cansler Collaborative Resources to look into consolidating the two departments, an option given to counties by a 2012 state law.

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Board might vote on early voting sites

    Board might vote on early voting sites

The Forsyth County Board of Elections is tentatively set to approve early voting sites today for the May primary.

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Walter Marshall building naming set for March

    Walter Marshall building naming set for March

Forsyth County commissioners tentatively set March 8 as the date for the ceremony to rename the Social Services building for

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Lighting the Twin Arches

    Lighting the Twin Arches

Chronicle Staff Report Mayor Allen Joines and Creative Corridors Coalition Board Member Joycelyn Johnson celebrated the lighting of the Twin

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Burke family has a legacy of public service

    Burke family has a legacy of public service

For the last 40 years, local residents have been casting their votes for members of the Burke family. Winston-Salem Mayor

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Day of Remembrance for historic worker deaths

    Day of Remembrance for historic worker deaths

Chronicle Staff Report On Feb. 1, Mayor Allen Joines and City Council Members Dan Besse and John Larson held an

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