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    Broad Street bridge to open soon

Broad Street bridge to open soon

Local drivers will soon see a benefit to the acceleration package agreed upon last fall between NCDOT and the Business 40 contractors. The Broad Street bridge will tentatively open on Saturday, March 30

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    Food Stamps issued early for the month of February

Food Stamps issued early for the month of February

Forsyth County Department of Social Services (FCDSS) is working diligently to ensure the community is aware of the various changes due to the Federal shutdown.

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    Donna Montgomery: Defying the odds and making history

Donna Montgomery: Defying the odds and making history

In celebration of Women’s History Month, throughout the month of March The Chronicle will be highlighting women in our community who are blazing trails and making history every day. This week we highlight promoter and event planner Donna Montgomery.

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GOVERNMENT
    Young Dems strike again

Young Dems strike again

Young Democrats of Forsyth County President Quamekia Shavers and co-treasurer Sharbrye’ Lewis recently packaged food for the Maple Springs United Methodist Church Food Pantry.

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