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COVID-19 cases top 100 in Forsyth County, Mayor Joines extends stay-at-home order until May 7

    COVID-19 cases top 100 in Forsyth County, Mayor Joines extends stay-at-home order until May 7

COVID-19 cases top 100 in Forsyth County, Mayor Joines extends stay-at-home order until May 7

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‘Hour of Prayer’ brings various faiths, religions together to pray for the city

    ‘Hour of Prayer’ brings various faiths, religions together to pray for the city

On Friday, April 10, Mayor Allen Joines brought more than a dozen faith leaders together when he hosted an online Hour of Prayer and Inspiration.

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Drive-In Resurrection Service draws large crowd

    Drive-In Resurrection Service draws large crowd

Due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, Easter Sunday looked different for most congregations across the country. While many churches made their service viewable on social media, Union Baptist held a drive-in worship service that drew a crowd of more than 200 over the weekend.

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COVID-19 Response Fund grantees announced, questions raised

    COVID-19 Response Fund grantees announced, questions raised

Earlier this week the first grant recipients of the COVID-19 Response Fund, a partnership with the United Way of Forsyth County, were announced. The $1,062,000 grant was awarded to 15 local nonprofits, but not everyone was happy about the announcement.

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Second Harvest providing free meals at 21 different locations 

    Second Harvest providing free meals at 21 different locations 

Here in Forsyth County in response to the COVID-19 epidemic, we’ve seen a groundswell of organizations, non-profits, churches, businesses, and individuals come forward and do their part. And for the past two weeks, Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest N.C. has been doing their part to ensure children across the state don’t go hungry.

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Cow Who provides a healthy alternative to traditional milk

    Cow Who provides a healthy alternative to traditional milk

After going without his beloved Crunch Berries for over a year, local chef and cereal connoisseur Antonnio Rickard found a way to enjoy his favorite cereal while still staying away from all the preservatives and chemicals known to be in traditional cow’s milk, by making his own nut based milk.

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Zesto restaurant opens Zesto Market

    Zesto restaurant opens Zesto Market

In response to the growing need for essential items that are flying off the shelves at grocery stores and supermarkets across the country, last month Zesto Burgers & Ice Cream launched Zesto Market, a new initiative to provide much needed items such as meat, vegetables, bread and more to those in need.

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WS/FCS pass bylaws for Multicultural Advisory Council, virtual meeting format 

    WS/FCS pass bylaws for Multicultural Advisory Council, virtual meeting format 

Less than six months after Superintendent Angela P. Hairston made the recommendation for the special committee to be formed, last

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Family Services provides meals for families in need

    Family Services provides meals for families in need

Armed with face masks, gloves, and of course, hand sanitizer, representatives and volunteers with Family Services partnered with OSO Restaurant Group (o’So Eats) to provide 500 meals for families in need at First Baptist Church (Highland Avenue) last week.

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Kevin Mundy hopes to fill Dan Besse’s seat on City Council

    Kevin Mundy hopes to fill Dan Besse’s seat on City Council

Kevin Mundy hopes to fill Dan Besse’s seat on City Council

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