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Off to the races

    Off to the races

Candidate filing for the 2020 election opened at noon on Monday, Dec. 2. The filing period ends on Dec. 20 at noon. Candidates can file at the Forsyth County Board of Elections, 201 N. Chestnut St. Next year’s primary is March 3 and the General Election will be Nov. 3.

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Medicaid expansion could provide affordable healthcare for thousands in Forsyth County

    Medicaid expansion could provide affordable healthcare for thousands in Forsyth County

Members of Governor Roy Cooper’s office made a stop on the campus of Winston-Salem State University (WSSU) earlier this week for the Central Regional Engagement Session.

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Taylor looking to partner with school district on Easton Elementary renovations

    Taylor looking to partner with school district on Easton Elementary renovations

The Winston-Salem City Council is considering partnering with the local school system to bring small business development training, job skill enhancement courses, GED courses and other community and economic development courses to the Easton community.

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Renita Thompkins Linville looks to retain seat as Forsyth County Clerk of Court

    Renita Thompkins Linville looks to retain seat as Forsyth County Clerk of Court

Forsyth County Clerk of Superior Court Renita Thompkins Linville, a lifelong resident of Forsyth County and an attorney with more than 30 years’ experience, has announced that she will run to retain the Clerk’s position in the 2020 election.

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City staff, WSPD looking for solutions to combat violent crimes

  City staff, WSPD looking for solutions to combat violent crimes

In response to the rise in shootings and other violent crimes in the area, the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) and the City Council is looking to expand several initiatives that are already in place, including one that will help restore suspended drivers’ licenses for qualified residents.

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County will receive $122,169 in royalties for tax program

  County will receive $122,169 in royalties for tax program

Forsyth County government will receive a total of $122,169 for a property tax appraisal program it developed that‘s being used by counties across the state.

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Council approves ‘Carolina Classic Fair’

  Council approves ‘Carolina Classic Fair’

For the foreseeable future, the name of city’s annual fair will be the Carolina Classic Fair.

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City Council approves sale of land for new Ashley elementary school

  City Council approves sale of land for new Ashley elementary school

City Council approves sale of land for new Ashley elementary school

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Linda Jackson Barnes appointed to N.C. Human Relations Commission

  Linda Jackson Barnes appointed to N.C. Human Relations Commission

Linda Jackson Barnes, director of Mayor Allen Joines’ office, has been appointed by Gov. Roy Cooper to a four-year term on the N.C. Human Relations Commission.

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Finance Committee approves land sale for new Ashley

  Finance Committee approves land sale for new Ashley

Finance Committee approves land sale for new Ashley. Mayor Pro Tempore Burke raises concerns about sale, failed development in the past

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