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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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Paula McCoy qualifies to run for the Northeast Ward City Council seat

    Paula McCoy  qualifies to run for the Northeast Ward City Council seat

Paula McCoy has successfully completed the requirements required by the N.C. State Board of Elections to appear as an unaffiliated candidate on the Nov. 3 election. McCoy has secured the 281 signatures of registered voters in the Northeast Ward required by the elections board to be placed on the ballot.

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NCACC board of directors discusses impact of COVID-19 on counties during virtual meeting

    NCACC board of directors  discusses impact of COVID-19 on counties during virtual meeting

NCACC board of directors discusses impact of COVID-19 on counties during virtual meeting

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Council approves amended resolution providing funding to address root causes of crime, poverty

  Council approves amended resolution providing funding to  address root causes of crime, poverty

Council approves amended resolution providing funding to address root causes of crime, poverty

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“Tee-Tee” Parmon sworn in as Northeast Ward Rep

  “Tee-Tee” Parmon sworn in as Northeast Ward Rep

Morticia “Tee-Tee” Parmon has officially assumed her role as a representative for the Northeast Ward.

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You can now register to vote or update your registration online

  You can now register to vote or update your registration online

The North Carolina Board of Elections took a giant step in March. Now, anyone who has an N.C. driver’s license can register to vote or change their listed address or party affiliation with a few clicks on a computer.

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Commissioners approve $447 million continuation budget, will revisit additional funding requests in November

  Commissioners approve $447 million continuation budget, will  revisit additional funding requests in November

Forsyth County commissioners passed a balanced continuation budget that maintains current service levels and lowers the property tax rate with a commitment to review additional funding requests in November, once the county has a clearer understanding of the overall impact on revenue from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Taylor proposes using WSPD funding to fight poverty and recidivism

  Taylor proposes using WSPD funding to fight poverty and recidivism

The City’s Public Safety Committee has approved a resolution that will move $1 million in appropriated funding from the Winston-Salem Police Department (WSPD) to programs and initiatives geared toward fighting poverty and recidivism.

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A special announcement from the Forsyth County courthouse:

  A special announcement from the Forsyth County courthouse:

A special announcement from the Forsyth County courthouse:

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