BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Forsyth Technical Community College is hoping voters will approve its $65 million bond to help the growing college with capital needs and a new location
Photo by Todd Luck BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Middle school students got to pilot planes on their final day of the Jim Shaw Aviation Career Education (ACE) Academy at
A Forsyth Tech aviation center at the Smith Reynolds Airport, SciWorks relocating downtown, and a new or renovated courthouse were among the bond possibilities Forsyth County commissioners heard on Thursday, May 19.
The Winston-Salem City Council approved an agreement with Forsyth County to provide capital funding for the Smith Reynolds Airport during its Monday, May 16 meeting.
The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners approved an agreement with the City of Winston-Salem to provide funding for the Smith Reynolds Airport, potentially bringing to an end the possibility of de-annexation.
Photo by Todd Luck City Council Member Robert Clark speaks in front of the Airport Commission of Forsyth County on
Rep. Donny Lambeth Pre-school funding is also discussed BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE Forsyth County commissioners asked state law-makers to
BY TODD LUCK THE CHRONICLE The City Council public works committee discussed new stormwater fee credits as Forsyth County Commissioners
5k aids revitalization push It was a different kind of flight at Smith Reynolds Airport Saturday, as runners took off
The Carolina Air and Auto Center, 3801 North Liberty Street (on the campus of Smith Reynolds Airport), will be hosting a