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First responders talk scope of opioid epidemic

    First responders talk scope of opioid epidemic

The scope of the opioid epidemic and what can be done about it, including needle exchanges and a suggestion for a cross-agency opioid task force, were discussed at a forum

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Winston-Salem mother takes sanctuary from deportation in Greensboro church

    Winston-Salem mother takes sanctuary from deportation in Greensboro church

A local mother facing deportation became the second woman in the state to seek sanctuary in a church last week. Minerva Cisneros Garcia, who goes by the last name Cisneros,

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Commissioners drop Monday meetings

    Commissioners drop Monday meetings

Forsyth County commissioners sent a message to Raleigh about a bill involving legal ads and eliminated their Monday meetings during their votes on Monday, June 26. Forsyth was among the

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Bowman Gray sale could be completed this year

    Bowman Gray sale could be completed this year

The City of Winston-Salem may finally close its sale of Bowman Gray Stadium to Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) by year’s end.

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Activism intensifies for mother facing imminent deportation

    Activism intensifies for mother facing imminent deportation

With time running out for Minerva Garcia, a local mother who is facing deportation, the effort to let her stay in the country has intensified.

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County facing backlog of gun permits

    County facing backlog of gun permits

Forsyth County is working to meet the high demand for gun permits that’s causing residents to wait months to receive

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Sweet Potatoes reopens in new location

    Sweet Potatoes reopens in new location

Sweet Potatoes reopened at 5 p.m. on Friday, June 16, in a new location with the same food and hospitality

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Local officials don’t feel threatened after congressional shooting

    Local officials don’t feel threatened after congressional shooting

Local elected officials say they don’t have the same security concerns as those on Capitol Hill. Security for members of

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City passes budget with Trans-AID increase

    City passes budget with Trans-AID increase

A  split City Council approved a $482.4 million budget that included a rate increase for Trans-AID on Monday, June 19.

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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

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