Tag "2018"

New voting machines, ballots delayed

    New voting machines, ballots delayed

Plans to test new voting machines have been pushed back and the ballot preparations for this year’s election have been delayed. Forsyth County Board of Elections (BOE) originally planned to

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County passes budget tied to voter-approved sales tax

    County passes budget tied to voter-approved sales tax

The county commissioners unanimously passed a $426.3 million budget with no property tax increase last week with plans to put a quarter-cent county sales tax on the ballot in November.

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NBA playoffs’ intrigue more than first thought

    NBA playoffs’ intrigue more than first thought

After 82 long and grueling games we have finally arrived at the NBA Playoffs.  What was thought to be another sure fire matchup with the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden

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Joines answers tough questions on 2018 bond proposal

    Joines answers tough questions on 2018 bond proposal

Members of the East/Northeast Neighborhood Association and more than a dozen other community advocates sat down with Mayor Allen Joines last week to voice their concerns with the 2018 Bond Proposal. 

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BOE approves primary early voting

    BOE approves primary early voting

“We have a plan!” That’s what Board of Elections Chair Ken Raymond told attendees during a meeting last week as

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Chronicle Martin Luther King Prayer Breakfast is Monday

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Commentary: Going into 2018 with thanksgiving and hope

    Commentary: Going into 2018 with thanksgiving and hope

The year 2017 certainly was eventful and had its share of drama and surprises.

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What would be in a 2018 bond?

    What would be in a 2018 bond?

More two-way streets downtown? A second phase for Quarry Park? Millions for workforce housing? Those are just some of the

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Editorial Cartoon: 2018?

    Editorial Cartoon: 2018?

Editorial cartoon by Ron Rogers.

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Civil rights attorney to run for N.C. High Court

    Civil rights attorney to run for N.C. High Court

The lead attorney for the plaintiffs in the Covington v. State of North Carolina has announced that she will run

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