BeHealthy School Kids is back in full swing with the return of the young scholars back to campus. Students are encouraged to exercise, eat healthy and manage stress.
A brand new Konnoak Elementary School and a new combined Paisley IB Magnet and Lowrance Middle schools will welcome students this school year, thanks to voter-approved school bonds.
Visitor spending in Forsyth County generated more than $950 million in 2018, which is an increase of 5.8 percent over 2017 figures, according to a study by Visit North Carolina.
The new $6 million Clemmons Branch Library will be a community gathering space that enriches life for people of all ages, said Donna Staley, chairwoman of the Forsyth County Library's board of trustees.
Forsyth County Department of Public Health is proud to announce that four of our Public Health Nurses have been chosen as part of the “100 Distinguished NC Public Health Nurses,” awarded as part of the 100 Years of the Office of Public Health Nursing Centennial Celebrations.
This past week, Hanesbrands Customer Service Managers Telesia Dubose and Paula Shumate provided and delivered 126 new book bags for children in the custody of the Forsyth County Department of Social Services.