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Kernersville News

Kernersville News Briefs

  • Longtime Forsyth County Commissioner Richard Linville is running for re-election in District B, and he wants your vote and your support. “Most of the ideas I have for the future are the same as in the past. You have a few things that you have to provide funding for. One of the important things is the operation of the health department. That includes EMS services and ambulance services. You have to provide for law enforcement and the fire department. Outside the city it is provided by volunteer fire departments and I think everyone one of them has full-time staff. All of those systems are going well in my opinion. Of course, you have the public schools and Forsyth Tech. The educational facilities we have are important. I will still look at the basic things that are needed. I am not one to add new things to make government bigger, unless it increases efficiency,” Linville said. For more, see the Tuesday, January 16, 2024 edition.
  • On December 12, 2023, the Kernersville Fire Rescue Department (KFRD) held their annual award ceremony to celebrate the sacrifice, commitment, hard work and determination for the people who work in their department. This year, four awards were given out to the department, one of which was for Barry McLean who received the Chiefs Award. For more, see the Tuesday, January 16, 2024 edition.
  • On Thursday, January 11, the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Board of Education voted to move the start of the 2024-2025 school year two weeks earlier to August 12, breaking the law of a North Carolina state mandate NCGS 115C-84.2 that states that no school will start earlier than the Monday before August 26. The WS/FCS Board of Education voted 6-3 for the change in the academic calendar. Board members Robert Barr, Leah Crowley and Richard Watts voted against the change. For more, see the Tuesday, January 16, 2024 edition.
  • Winston-Salem’s Ralf Walters, a Republican, is one of ten candidates running for one of three Forsyth County Commissioners District B seats and he wants your vote and support. “I am running for Forsyth County commissioner because it’s time for fresh ideas and new leadership. Serving on the County Board shouldn’t be a job for life. Two incumbents have served for decades. One was first elected in 1980, and the other 1998. Forsyth County’s annual budget is $569 million. If it were a private corporation, it would hire the best. After attending several County Board meetings and witnessing their difficulties in understanding the proceedings or articulating the few questions they seldom ask before making important and costly decisions, I felt a responsibility, if not a call to duty, to run for this important office,” said Walters For more, see the Saturday-Sunday, January 13 & 14, 2024 edition.
  • An extremely extensive project that is expected to bring in millions of dollars for the Town in the future is well underway and is currently ahead of schedule. Construction of the Kernersville Recreation & Event Center, an $18.3 million project that will provide a myriad of sports, recreation and other options, is moving quickly. The Kernersville Recreation & Event Center will be located at the corner of Union Cross Road and Shields Road next to the Ivey M. Redmon Sports Complex. For more, see the Saturday-Sunday, January 13 & 14, 2024 edition.