Tag "Forsyth County Courthouse"

Renita Linville appointed first African American Clerk of Court

    Renita Linville appointed first African American Clerk of Court

Attorney Renita Thompkins Linville will fill the vacancy left by Forsyth County Clerk of Court Susan Frye, making her the first African American to hold the position.

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Expungement clinic gives hundreds a clean slate

    Expungement clinic gives hundreds a clean slate

Last week several elected officials partnered with the Wake Forest Law Pro Bono Project and local attorneys to host an expungement clinic at the Forsyth County Hall of Justice.

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Samet picked to build courthouse over committee recommendation

    Samet picked to build courthouse over committee recommendation

It took two votes for Forsyth County commissioners to determine who would build the new Hall of Justice, and they decided 6-1 to go with a different pick than what their committee of stakeholders recommended.

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Officials move closer to new courthouse

    Officials move closer to new courthouse

County commissioners will soon choose the companies that’ll manage the future construction of the new courthouse.

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County may apply for brownfields agreement for new courthouse

    County may apply for brownfields agreement for new courthouse

The county is currently in the process of buying a vacant lot at 175 N. Chestnut St., next to the Forsyth County Government Center, as the site of the new courthouse.

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On the Right Path

    On the Right Path

Three complete juvenile drug treatment program (pictured above: Reclaiming Futures graduate Tamayia Wilson (left) is greeted by Judge Camille Banks-Payne, Sen.

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Kujichagulia celebration brings crowd to Delta Arts Center

    Kujichagulia celebration brings crowd to Delta Arts Center

(pictured above: Attendees participate in the closing Harambee chant at Friday’s Kwanzaa event.) Kujichagulia – or self determination – was the

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Goler celebrates rich AME Zion legacy

Goler Memorial AME Zion Church, 630 North Patterson Ave., celebrated its legacy as a “Freedom Church” last month during a

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Men Take Symbolic Walk Against Abuse

    Men Take Symbolic Walk Against Abuse

A little over a year ago, Sarah Browder Harris was killed by her husband, who then took his own life.

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