March is National Nutrition Month and there’s no better time to learn about the locally available services through WIC, a federally funded health and nutrition program for women, infants and children.
When multiple students at Petree Elementary School suddenly got sick last week, there was a quick response from city, county, and state agencies and a thorough public health investigation that led to the discovery of what caused nausea and vomiting symptoms in over 25 students.
The Child Support Services Division looks forward to participating in the county’s Second Annual Community Re-entry Expo on April 25, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Hanes Hosiery Recreation Center.
Forsyth County Commissioner Tonya McDaniel has been appointed by Gov. Roy Cooper to the North Carolina State Health Coordinating Council.
Forsyth County Commissioner Gloria Whisenhunt was among 11 local women honored during the 2019 Outstanding Women Leaders Banquet.
Families and individuals who normally receive Food and Nutrition Services benefits from April 1-11 will receive benefits on their normal day. Those scheduled to receive benefits from April 12-21 will receive them on April 12.