Tag "Forsyth"

The Enclave seeks to grow

    The Enclave seeks to grow

An abandoned, foreclosed development that’s now a thriving community of affordable housing is looking to expand. During the 2008 foreclosure crisis, an average of 120 homes a month were being

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Central Library reopens today

    Central Library reopens today

The newly renovated Central Library reopens today at 11 a.m.

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Utility Commission rejects county recycling request

    Utility Commission rejects county recycling request

The City/County Utility Commission turned down a request from Forsyth County to fund its curbside recycling service.

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Commissioners set to vote on animal shelter, county courthouse

    Commissioners set to vote on animal shelter, county courthouse

Forsyth County commissioners are set to vote on contracting with the Forsyth Humane Society for animal adoptions and moving forward on a new courthouse.

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County may ask Utilities Commission to fund recycling

    County may ask Utilities Commission to fund  recycling

Forsyth County commissioners are considering asking the City/County Utilities Commission to fund universal curbside recycling pickup as they wait for

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Bill divides Forsyth lawmakers

    Bill divides Forsyth lawmakers

BY CASH MICHAELS  FOR THE CHRONICLE Forsyth legislative representatives are split on a bill that, if passed, would “increase the

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Stores providing teachers with free photo copies

    Stores providing teachers with free photo copies

State Rep. Ed Hanes Jr. has announced an agreement with The UPS Stores of the Triad to provide all teachers

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Voting still to be done in the Fifth

    Voting still to be done in the Fifth

The race for the Fifth District congressional seat is heating up again, as Democrats Gardenia Henley and Josh Brannon prepare

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Matters of the Heart

    Matters of the Heart

WSSU takes health project to Piedmont Park (pictured above:  Hazel Neely, president of the Piedmont Park Resident Council, is among the

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Grow Something!

    Grow Something!

Conference draws gardening enthusiasts from across the state (pictured above:  Pearl Norman shows off the carnivorous plants she had available for

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