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Make sure your vote counts. Absentee ballots now require copy of photo ID

    Make sure your vote counts. Absentee ballots now require copy of photo ID

Make sure your vote counts. Absentee ballots now require copy of photo ID

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The North Carolina Association of Educators endorses Maurice “Mo” Green for NC Superintendent of Public Instruction

    The North Carolina Association of Educators endorses Maurice “Mo” Green for NC Superintendent of Public Instruction

The North Carolina Association of Educators endorses Maurice “Mo” Green for NC Superintendent of Public Instruction

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Mayor Allen Joines announces plans to seek re-election

    Mayor Allen Joines announces plans to seek re-election

Mayor Allen Joines has announced that he will seek re-election in 2024. Joines, who is Winston-Salem’s longest-serving mayor and currently serving his sixth term, made the announcement last Thursday while standing on the steps of City Hall. 

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Commissioner Woodbury raises questions about Old Salem ARPA spending

    Commissioner Woodbury raises questions about Old Salem ARPA spending

Earlier this month Forsyth County Board of Commissioners approved nearly $400,000 in ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funding to Old Salem for restoration to buildings said to be related to the Hidden Town Project, which tells the story of the enslaved Africans who lived and worked in the town of Salem. But the vote didn’t come without some legitimate questions being raised by Commissioner Malishai Woodbury.

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Mired in Research?

  Mired in Research?

This is the second of a two-part series that started last week. To see the first part, go to What are taxpayers receiving from the City of Winston-Salem’s affordable housing research costing almost $700,000? | WS Chronicle.

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City Council approves masterplans for Dreamland Park and Columbia Heights

  City Council approves masterplans for Dreamland Park and Columbia Heights

The Winston-Salem City Council has approved a resolution that is designed to serve as a guide for future development in Dreamland Park and Columbia Heights, two neighborhoods located in East Winston.

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City Council approves masterplans for Dreamland Park and Columbia Heights

  City Council approves masterplans for Dreamland Park and Columbia Heights

The Winston-Salem City Council has approved a resolution that is designed to serve as a guide for future development in Dreamland Park and Columbia Heights, two neighborhoods located in East Winston.

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Despite public outcry, City Council approves changes to meeting times

  Despite public outcry, City Council approves changes to meeting times

Despite hearing concerns from citizens for weeks, the Winston-Salem City Council voted to change meeting times for city council meetings and committee meetings. During the meeting on Jan. 17, the council voted 6-1 to change city council meeting times to 6 p.m. For more than a decade meetings have been held at 7 p.m.; before that meetings were held at 7:30 p.m.

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Jeff MacIntosh will not seek reelection to Winston-Salem City Council

  Jeff MacIntosh will not seek reelection to Winston-Salem City Council

Jeff MacIntosh will not seek reelection to Winston-Salem City Council

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City Manager Lee Garrity to retire June 23

  City Manager Lee Garrity to retire June 23

City Manager Lee Garrity has informed Mayor Allen Joines and the City Council that he is retiring effective June 23. At his retirement, Garrity, 61, will have served the citizens of Winston-Salem for more than 32 years, including almost 17 years as city manager.

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