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WSSU, IFB among possible early voting sites

    WSSU, IFB among possible early voting sites

Early voting sites at Winston-Salem State University and Industries for the Blind are among those being debated by the Forsyth County Board of Elections (BOE) for the general election.

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Short ballot, big races

    Short ballot, big races

A short ballot with important votes awaits voters during the June 7 primary. The race for the fifth district, N.C. Supreme Court, and a re-do of the extremely close South Ward City Council race are on the ballot for the second primary.

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I am the best person to beat Virginia Foxx

    I am the best person to beat Virginia Foxx

Many in Winston-Salem are still stinging over the loss of Alma Adams as your representative and having her replaced with Virginia Foxx.

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Commentary: ‘It is time for a political revolution’

    Commentary: ‘It is time for a political revolution’

For any American under 35 years old, they’ve spent their entire lives under a system where all the economic gains have gone to those who need them the least.

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Forsyth to get new voting machines by 2018

  Forsyth to get new voting machines by 2018

Forsyth County Board of Elections Director Tim Tsujii outlined the long process for getting new voting machines with Forsyth County commissioners on Thursday, May 19.

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Forsyth Tech at airport among bond proposals

  Forsyth Tech at airport among bond proposals

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.

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Can city be a Top 50 metro area?

  Can city be a Top 50 metro area?

Winston-Salem is currently far short of its job growth goal of becoming one of the top 50 metropolitan areas in the country by 2020, according to a State of the Community presentation on Tuesday, May 17.

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Bills addressing college costs, immigration, pay filed

  Bills addressing college costs, immigration, pay filed

RALEIGH (AP) North Carolina law-makers offered bills before a self-imposed deadline Tuesday addressing the cost of college education, penalties for “sanctuary cities,” economic incentives and worker pay.

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City approves airport deal with County

  City approves airport deal with County

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.

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Poverty Thought Force posts surveys on poverty-fighting ideas

  Poverty Thought Force posts surveys on poverty-fighting ideas

The Winston-Salem Poverty Thought Force is soliciting community feedback on the ideas generated through a series of “world café” community conversations on how to reduce the poverty rate.

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