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Financial Pathways honors inaugural Financial First Responder of the Year

    Financial Pathways honors inaugural Financial First Responder of the Year

For her hard work and dedication to helping individuals reach their goal of becoming homeowners, last week Financial Pathways of the Piedmont named Bianca Green as Financial First Responder of the Year. 

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Local citizens, business owners due more than $50,000,000 in unclaimed property

    Local citizens, business owners due more than $50,000,000 in unclaimed property

Citizens and business owners in Forsyth County are owed more than $50,000,000 and NC State Treasure Dale Falwell has launched an initiative to get the unclaimed money back to the rightful owners.

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Dr. Travest Hunter to release inspirational CD

    Dr. Travest Hunter to release inspirational CD

Dr. Travest Hunter to release inspirational CD

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Outstanding volunteers in Forsyth County are recognized with Governor’s Awards

    Outstanding volunteers in Forsyth County are recognized with Governor’s Awards

Outstanding volunteers in Forsyth County are recognized with Governor’s Awards

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Black Is Beautiful Bridal Show to debut on Saturday at The Enterprise Conference Center

  Black Is Beautiful Bridal Show to debut on Saturday at The Enterprise Conference Center

Black Is Beautiful Bridal Show to debut on Saturday at The Enterprise Conference Center

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Kernersville development is blueprint for scaling up workforce housing

  Kernersville development is blueprint for scaling up workforce housing

Kernersville development is blueprint for scaling up workforce housing

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AKA chapter hosting virtual DIY expungement clinic on Saturday

  AKA chapter hosting virtual DIY expungement clinic on Saturday

AKA chapter hosting virtual DIY expungement clinic on Saturday

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It’s back! Hope du Jour invites the community to ‘feel good eating’ on May 3

  It’s back! Hope du Jour invites the community to ‘feel good eating’ on May 3

It’s back! Hope du Jour invites the community to ‘feel good eating’ on May 3

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New homeowner cuts ribbon and opens door to her new home

  New homeowner cuts ribbon and opens door to her new home

At 67, Hazel Griffin became a first-time homeowner through Habitat for Humanity of Forsyth County. Her house is the first to be built in decades in the historic Dreamland Park neighborhood in Winston-Salem, a once-thriving community that declined after urban renewal.

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Don Flow ready to join effort to scale up workforce housing

  Don Flow ready to join effort to scale up workforce housing

Don Flow knows a bit about scaling up operations, having helped expand his family business to 44 automotive dealerships spread across ten cities. He also has a passion for meeting a looming crisis for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County, that of creating thousands of units of affordable, or workforce, housing over the next decade.

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