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City approves Budget Inn rezoning, delays Ardmore townhouses

    City approves Budget Inn rezoning,  delays Ardmore townhouses

The transformation of the Budget Inn on Peters Creek Parkway into workforce housing got one step closer while another rezoning request divided both the Ardmore Neighborhood and the City Council on Monday.

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Stepping Up celebrates first ‘SUPER’ Woman’ graduate

    Stepping Up celebrates first ‘SUPER’ Woman’ graduate

The Stepping Up Process to End Recidivism (SUPER) celebrated its first graduate who’s been drug free and out of jail for a year. The yearlong program gives women who were

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Social Services has new director

    Social Services has new director

Victor Isler, the new director of Forsyth County Department of Social Services, said he looks to the “small miracles” his agency does for inspiration. Isler became director of the department

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County Attorney Davida Martin to retire

    County Attorney Davida Martin to retire

After 30 years of legal service to the county, Forsyth County Attorney Davida Martin will be retiring at the end of June. During the county commissioner’s April 26 meeting, they

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Fairgrounds seeking proposals for naming rights to the Annex

  Fairgrounds seeking proposals for naming rights to the Annex

The Winston-Salem Fairgrounds has issued a request for proposal to award the naming rights for the Fairgrounds Annex. Proposals must

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County needs to find money for some projects

  County needs to find money for some projects

County needs to find money for some projects.

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Early voting happening now

  Early voting happening now

Early primary voting with same-day registration started last Thursday, April 19, at the Forsyth County Government Center, 201 N. Chestnut St.

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Democrats vie to be new sheriff in town

  Democrats vie to be new sheriff in town

Democrats vying to replace Sheriff Bill Schatzman were met with cheers and even a few jeers at a standing- room-only debate held last week.

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4 compete for 2 seats on county commission

  4 compete for 2 seats  on county commission

Two incumbents and two challengers faced off in a forum for two seats for District A of the Forsyth County Board of County Commissioners last week.

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THE CHRONICLE’S ENDORSEMENTS: Forsyth County Board of Commissioners

  THE CHRONICLE’S ENDORSEMENTS: Forsyth County Board of Commissioners

THE CHRONICLE’S ENDORSEMENTS: Forsyth County Board of Commissioners Early voting begins Thursday, April 19. The Democratic and Republican primaries are

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