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City Council makes Juneteenth official

    City Council makes Juneteenth official

The Winston-Salem City Council has approved a resolution recognizing Juneteenth as an official holiday.

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Marquis Barnett appointed city’s human resources director

    Marquis Barnett appointed city’s human resources director

City Manager Lee Garrity has announced the appointment of Marquis H. Barnett as the city’s human resources director. Barnett succeeds Carmen Caruth, who retired at the end of May. He will assume his duties Sept. 28.

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McCoy files lawsuit against Forsyth County Board of Elections

    McCoy files lawsuit against Forsyth County Board of Elections

Paula McCoy, the unaffiliated candidate running for a seat on the Winston-Salem City Council, has filed a lawsuit against the Forsyth County Board of Elections for their handling of the petition process.

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Adams holds public forum on police budget

    Adams holds public forum on police budget

At a place in time where citizens across the country are asking elected officials to take a closer look at how they fund law enforcement, earlier this week Mayor Pro Tempore Denise “DD” Adams held a virtual forum to discuss the police department’s budget for fiscal year 2020-21.

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Local judges matter

  Local judges matter

Local judges matter

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Unaffiliated candidates speak on controversial decision made by Forsyth County Board of Elections

  Unaffiliated candidates speak on controversial decision made by Forsyth County Board of Elections

Unaffiliated candidates speak on controversial decision made by Forsyth County Board of Elections

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BOE urged to include Sundays in One-Stop Early Voting Plan

  BOE urged to include Sundays in One-Stop Early Voting Plan

BOE urged to include Sundays in One-Stop Early Voting Plan

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Mayors discuss need for financial aid

  Mayors discuss need for financial aid

As the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise, tax revenues continue to decline in cities and towns across the state. And last week a group of mayors held a conference call to persuade lawmakers to pass the latest pandemic aid bill.

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BOE to vote on early voting sites, scheduling

  BOE to vote on early voting sites, scheduling

The Forsyth County Board of Elections is considering adding two “Super Sites” to the list of early voting sites this fall. During a special called meeting last week, board members discussed adding mega sites at Hanes Mall and in the East Winston Community.

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Gov. Cooper vetoes Senate Bill 168

  Gov. Cooper vetoes Senate Bill 168

Earlier this week Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a controversial bill that included language that would have limited access to death records of those who die while in police custody.

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