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Early voting OK’d without WSSU

    Early voting OK’d without WSSU

After several twists and turns, the Forsyth County Board of Elections (BOE) approved a plan without the Anderson Center at Winston-Salem State University, which angered many attendees at its meeting on Tuesday.

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WSSU eliminated as early voting debate continues

    WSSU eliminated as early voting debate continues

The Forsyth County Board of Elections (BOE) must decide on an early voting plan next week, but one site that definitely won’t be included is the Anderson Center at Winston-Salem

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August Vernon nominated Emergency Management director

    August Vernon nominated Emergency Management director

City Manager Lee Garrity, with the concurrence of County Manager Dudley Watts, announced the nomination of August Vernon to be director of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Office of Emergency Management. Vernon

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Outgoing planning director foresees growth in East Winston

    Outgoing planning director foresees growth in East Winston

Retiring City/County Planning Director Paul Norby has seen a lot of local growth in the last 19 years and expects to see more in the future. “I really see more

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House forms panel linked to low-income students

  House forms panel linked to  low-income students

The committee is tasked with studying and determining the cost associated with establishing educational opportunities across the State for low-income, high-achieving students.

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Thousands ‘Rock Out the Quarry’ over the weekend

  Thousands ‘Rock Out the Quarry’ over the weekend

While the quarry may not have been a secret to some, it’s safe to say the secret is out.

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WSSU to regain early voting?

  WSSU to regain early voting?

Will early voting return to Winston Salem State University and what will be the hours for weekend voting?

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What’s on the ballot in November? Plenty!

  What’s on the ballot in November? Plenty!

Voters in Forsyth County are expected to be asked to approve several bond areas, a county sales tax and numerous state constitution amendments during the General Election in Nov. 6.

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Early voting discussion begins

  Early voting discussion begins

Voters will see touch screen machines return for early voting, but the Forsyth County Board of Elections (BOE) has yet

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County restricts metal siding on stores

  County restricts metal siding on stores

Forsyth County commissioners voted on numerous items during its meeting last week, including new zoning standards that restrict metal siding

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