City of Winston-Salem photo CHRONICLE STAFF REPORT The Winston-Salem Police Department is using one of three police substations that is being financed by bonds approved in the November 2014 bond
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE In their first meeting of 2017, Forsyth County commissioners will be voting on $21.8 million in bonds for maintenance needs of county government, local schools
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE The public will get their chance to weigh in on the bonds on Aug. 8, when Forsyth County commissioners make the final decision on whether
County commissioners have begun the process to place bonds for public schools, Forsyth Technical Community College and parks and recreation on the November ballot.
The Forsyth County commissioners will decide which bonds will go on the November ballot during their 2 p.m. briefing today.
Fansler for School Board To the Editor: Other than parents, the most important individual in a child’s life and development
The School of Business and Economics at Winston-Salem State University has opened a trading room designed to enhance learning experiences
The Carver High School Class of 1963 is excitedly planning its 50th anniversary reunion. In June, members of the class