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WS/FCS Superintendent Angela Hairston Resigns

    WS/FCS Superintendent Angela Hairston Resigns

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Superintendent Dr. Angela Hairston has tendered her resignation to the WS/FCS Board of Education.

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Forsyth County bringing attention to domestic violence during the month of October

    Forsyth County bringing  attention to domestic violence during the month of October

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Forsyth County will be helping spread awareness of this serious issue throughout the month.

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Early voting begins today

    Early voting begins today

Early voting begins today and here in Forsyth County voters can cast their ballots at 17 different sites, including the Forsyth County Government Center.

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The Chronicle Votes: 2020 General Election Endorsements and Political Analysis by Race

  The Chronicle Votes: 2020 General Election Endorsements and Political Analysis by Race

The Chronicle Votes: 2020 General Election Political Analysis by Race

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Voters’ guide compares judicial candidates side-by-side

  Voters’ guide compares judicial candidates side-by-side

Voters’ guide compares judicial candidates side-by-side

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Al Sharpton,Virginia Newell encourage local voters

  Al Sharpton,Virginia Newell encourage local voters

Over the past few weeks, Union Baptist Church (UBC) has been hosting a series of election forums where guests come together to discuss the importance of voting. And last week Rev. Dr. Al Sharpton and local legend Dr. Virginia Newell joined UBC senior pastor Bishop Sir Walter Mack during a virtual forum to ignite voters here in Forsyth County.

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Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘Men, go to the doctor, because early detection will save your life’

  Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘Men, go to the doctor, because early detection will save your life’

Busta’s Person of the Week: ‘Men, go to the doctor, because early detection will save your life’

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When one door closes …

  When one door closes …

In the beginning of 2020, Drew Cone was gearing up for his first coaching job at the collegiate level, but COVID-19 canceled that plan. Out of that disappointment, ConeWork was born.

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Trophies for everyone? You have to be kidding me

  Trophies for everyone? You have to be kidding me

Trophies for everyone? You have to be kidding me

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