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Forsyth County’s seal was designed by Carver student in 1949

    Forsyth County’s seal was designed by Carver student in 1949

Did you know that the Forsyth County seal was designed by a Carver High School student?

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Sanders-Pratt Recognized as Assistant Manager of the Year

    Sanders-Pratt Recognized as Assistant Manager of the Year

Forsyth County Deputy Manager Damon Sanders-Pratt received an Assistant Manager of the Year award from the N.C. City and County Management Association.

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FCSO Announces historical promotion

    FCSO Announces historical promotion

The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO) is proud to announce the promotion of Debra Chenault to the rank of captain.

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Bird Talk: Public Safety Committee begins discussion to regulate scooters

    Bird Talk: Public Safety Committee begins discussion to regulate scooters

Earlier this month city officials began discussions on how to regulate use for the scooters that landed on street corners around the city last fall.

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Shutdown impacts local housing situation

  Shutdown impacts local housing situation

With the recent but temporary opening of the government on Friday, many local agencies are still figuring out how best to deal with shutdown and best serve their clients.

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Supporters and opponents to removal of statue meet at City Hall

  Supporters and opponents to removal of statue meet at City Hall

Supporters and those in opposition to the removal of the Confederate statue from the corner of Fourth and Liberty Streets showed up in droves at City Hall earlier this week.

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Planning and Development receives international award

  Planning and Development receives international award

The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners presented City-County Planning and Development Services with a plaque recognizing them for winning an international award for code innovation.

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Commissioners hold off on rezoning along Ebert Rd.

  Commissioners hold off on rezoning along Ebert Rd.

The petition filed by Tyler and Todd Leinbach will go back to the planning board.

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Wooten, Burton join Team Kimbrough, Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office

  Wooten, Burton join Team Kimbrough, Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office

Shortly after he was sworn in, Kimbrough appointed Tim Wooten as Deputy Sheriff and Dr. Tony Burton as Sr. Human Resource Officer. 

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City Council rezones property for entertainment use

  City Council rezones property for entertainment use

Earlier this month the Winston-Salem City Council voted unanimously to rezone more than 20 acres of land to accommodate entertainment-related uses. 

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