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Grant for more firefighters divides Winston-Salem City Council

    Grant for more firefighters divides Winston-Salem City Council

The Winston-Salem City Council will vote Monday on a controversial grant to hire more firefighters. The matter was continued from last month and had opposition in Monday’s committee meetings on

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Fire Department welcomes largest recruit class

    Fire Department welcomes largest recruit class

Thirty-nine individuals from various parts of the community joined the ranks of the Winston-Salem Fire Department (WSFD) last Friday morning as Fire Recruit Class 24 held their graduation ceremony at

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WSPD opens third police sub-station

    WSPD opens third police sub-station

The Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) and members of City Council officially opened the District 3 Police Station earlier this week with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The new station which will

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New crisis response center set to open early next year

    New crisis response center set to open early next year

Early next year, construction on the Daymark Recovery Services building on Highland Avenue will finally be complete. During the County Commissioners briefing held on Thursday, Oct. 5, Rhonda Outlaw with

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Impact of closing Bus. 40 on E. Winston

  Impact of closing Bus. 40 on E. Winston

During the third town hall held at Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy on Thursday Sept. 28, Montgomery invited representatives from the North Carolina Department of Transportation (N.C. DOT) to discuss the closing of Business 40 and its impact on the East Winston community.

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Walter Marshall’s name will live on with building

  Walter Marshall’s name will live on with building

Forsyth County commissioners voted during their Thursday, Sept. 28, meeting to rename the Social Services building after the late Walter Marshall.

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City holds off on Powerscreen rezoning

  City holds off on Powerscreen rezoning

City Council delayed a vote on a controversial rezoning for Powerscreen Mid-Atlantic and voted to make a former mill a historic landmark during its Monday, Oct. 2, meeting.

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New District One Police Station opens

  New District One Police Station opens

City Council celebrated the completion of the new District One Police Station with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, Sept. 26.

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Phase II improvements finished at training center

  Phase II improvements finished at training center

Improvements to the Alexander R. Beaty Public Safety Center were financed with $3.4 million that voters approved in the 2014 bond referendum.

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Social Services building to be named after Walter Marshall

  Social Services building to be named after Walter Marshall

Forsyth County commissioners voted during their Thursday, Sept. 28, meeting to rename the Social Services building after the late Walter

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