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Terri Goodman selected as next Forsyth County CFO Finance

Terri Goodman selected as next Forsyth County CFO

Published by Dudley Watts / September 24, 2021

Forsyth County Manager Dudley Watts announced on Thursday that Terri Goodman has been selected to serve as the County's Chief Financial Officer (CFO), effective Oct. 2.

NOTICE OF THE FORSYTH COUNTY JUVENILE CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL (JCPC) MEETING FOR OCTOBER 4, 2021 Forsyth County

NOTICE OF THE FORSYTH COUNTY JUVENILE CRIME PREVENTION COUNCIL (JCPC) MEETING FOR OCTOBER 4, 2021

Published by Juvenile Crime Prevention Council / September 24, 2021

The Forsyth County Juvenile Crime Prevention Council Meeting scheduled for October 4, 2021, at 1 p.m. will be conducted remotely.


Local leaders working on new initiative to combat violence Forsyth County

Local leaders working on new initiative to combat violence

Published by Todd Luck / September 23, 2021

Forsyth County Government, the City of Winston-Salem and other partner agencies are joining together with community-based organizations and individuals to combat gun and gang violence.

 Join Extension in Forsyth County to Learn About Gardening This Fall! Cooperative Extension

Join Extension in Forsyth County to Learn About Gardening This Fall!

Published by Leslie Rose / September 23, 2021

There are several options for you to learn about gardening in Forsyth County during fall 2021! Extension is hosting two series of classes on gardening.


Forsyth County Public Health waiting on approval for booster shots Public Health

Forsyth County Public Health waiting on approval for booster shots

Published by Todd Luck / September 21, 2021

The Forsyth County Department of Public Health is waiting on federal and state approval to give booster shots to individuals 65 years-old and older, at high risk of severe COVID-19 and those at high risk of occupational exposure.

COVID vaccinations with cash cards offered at Kernersville Spring Folly and other events Public Health

COVID vaccinations with cash cards offered at Kernersville Spring Folly and other events

Published by Todd Luck / September 18, 2021

The Forsyth County Department of Public Health will be giving COVID vaccinations with cash cards next week at the health department and at Kernersville’s Spring Folly, Sin Frontereas Health Fair and at Hanes Memorial CME’s Back to School Event.

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