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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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N.C. Supreme Court held in Forsyth County

  N.C. Supreme Court held in Forsyth County

In celebration of the court’s bicentennial anniversary, last week, the Forsyth County Courthouse played host to the Supreme Court of North Carolina.

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Board of Elections approves WSSU as early voting site

  Board of Elections approves WSSU as early voting site

After being left off the list of early voting sites for nearly a decade, earlier this week the Forsyth County

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Young Democrats, Wake Law School hold gun violence forum

  Young Democrats, Wake Law School hold gun violence forum

Young Democrats of Forsyth County recently held a forum on gun violence. Speakers were Jon McLamb, Corey McCann and Tracy Scales who spoke about gun laws, community activism and the impact that gun violence has on families.

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Transparency concerns raised during voting-machine demonstration

  Transparency concerns raised during voting-machine demonstration

Last week citizens in Forsyth County had the opportunity to listen to representatives from the companies vying for the contract from the N.C. State Board of Elections.

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Supreme Court judge adds author to list of accomplishments

  Supreme Court judge adds author to list of accomplishments

North Carolina Supreme Court Judge Mark A. Davis will be able to add published author to his list of accomplishments next month when his book, “A Warren Court of Our Own: The Exum Court and the Expansion of Individual Rights in North Carolina,” is officially available for purchase. 

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Public speaks on possible quarter-cent tax increase

  Public speaks on possible quarter-cent tax increase

For the first time since the decision to levy a quarter-cent sales tax was presented by the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners, last week the public had the opportunity to share their thoughts on the levy that is intended to be used to increase teacher pay across the local school district. 

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