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Letters to the Editor: Animal cruelty, voting rights and road widening

    Letters to the Editor: Animal cruelty, voting rights and road widening

N.C. DOT urges public to attend meeting on proposed widening To the Editor: The N.C. Department of Transportation needs to hear from you (the public)! Officials will hold an open

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EDITORIAL CARTOON: BACK AGAIN?

    EDITORIAL CARTOON: BACK AGAIN?
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2016-17 brings changes in the N. C. law and requirements for entering school

    2016-17 brings changes in the N. C. law and requirements for entering school

BY SUSAN F. MCINNES  SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE It seems as if the school year just ended for summer break, but no, it is time to start preparing for the

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County considers combining recycling and garbage services

    County considers combining recycling and garbage services

CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT County commissioners asked staff to look into combining its garbage and recycling services during a briefing on Thursday, Aug. 4. Minor Barnette, director of Forsyth’s Environmental Assistance

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County, city lowering jobs requirement in Caterpillar incentive deals

    County, city lowering jobs requirement in Caterpillar incentive deals

CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT During the Monday, Aug. 8, regular county commissioners meeting, a change to the Caterpillar incentive agreement was

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James Worthy returns to N.C. to help Financial Pathways of the Piedmont

    James Worthy returns to N.C. to help Financial Pathways of the Piedmont

SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Financial Pathways of the Piedmont will welcome “Big Game” James Worthy, one of basketball’s most decorated

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Forsyth County’s early voting plan to be discussed Thursday

    Forsyth County’s early voting plan to be discussed Thursday

Chronicle Staff Report The Forsyth County Board of Elections will meet Thursday, Aug. 11, at 4 p.m. in the Forsyth

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Letters to the Editor: Elections and voter ID

    Letters to the Editor: Elections and voter ID

N.C. elections board says it’s reverting to old law, barring change on appeal To the Editor: We encourage all voters

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Commentary- You Decide: Where does the state economy stand at mid-year?

    Commentary- You Decide:  Where does the state economy stand at mid-year?

Mike Walden Guest Columnist The economy is one of the top issues in this year’s elections, all the way from

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Commentary: Action on illegal debt collection is moving in right direction

    Commentary: Action on illegal debt collection is moving in right direction

Charlene Crowell Guest Columnist If you are one of the 77 million Americans who are hounded each year by debt

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