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County seeks voting machine extension from General Assembly

    County seeks voting machine extension from General Assembly

Forsyth County Board of Elections is hoping the General Assembly will give counties an extension on getting new voting machines. Currently the county is under a state deadline to switch

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A look at: the Board of Health

    A look at: the Board of Health

The results of a study on the possibility of consolidating the local departments of health and social services, which may involve combining or eliminating their citizen boards, is expected soon.

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Nurse-Family Partnership to expand

    Nurse-Family Partnership to expand

Now in its fifth year, the Nurse-Family Partnership has secured permanent funding and is looking to expand its effort to improve pregnancy outcomes. The Nurse-Family Partnership is an initiative of

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Forsyth County OKs nurse to monitor inmate care

    Forsyth County OKs nurse to monitor inmate care

Medical accountability at the county jail, pollution under the new courthouse site and accessory dwellings were among the issues the Forsyth County commissioners voted on last week.

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Residential construction at 10-year high

    Residential construction at 10-year high

Residential construction in Forsyth County set a 10-year quarterly high with $125 million in permit value.

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Voting machines delayed

    Voting machines delayed

Forsyth BOE begins early general election voting The absence of a State Board of Elections (BOE) is causing a delay

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For Seniors Only editor and writer receives gold medal

    For Seniors Only editor and writer receives gold medal

Judie Holcomb-Pack, For Seniors Only editor and writer, recently received a gold medal for her short story, “When Are You

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Activists warn about North Carolina judicial redistricting scheme

    Activists warn about North Carolina judicial redistricting scheme

At last week’s 74th Annual N.C. NAACP Convention in Raleigh, legal activists fighting against illegal North Carolina voting laws and

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Victor Johnson Jr. gains high honor

    Victor Johnson Jr. gains high honor

During the school board meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 10 longtime local educator Victor Johnson Jr. was awarded the highest honor a civilian in the state can receive, The Order of the Long Leaf Pine.

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Social Services building to be named after Walter Marshall

    Social Services building to be named after Walter Marshall

Forsyth County commissioners voted during their Thursday, Sept. 28, meeting to rename the Social Services building after the late Walter

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