You can now watch a recording of the virtual meeting held on Feb. 23 on woodland stewardship at Horizons Park held by Forsyth County, in collaboration with the North Carolina Forest Service.
Scammers have been taking advantage of the coronavirus pandemic in an attempt to trick people into giving up their hard earned money.
This past year alone taught us all that we must be prepared and ready for the unexpected. While we all have saving goals for the future, it should be a top priority to have an emergency fund to cover unrecognized needs, such as vehicle breakdown, dental costs, or even last-minute entertainment.
NCDHHS will continue to provide Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) benefits for children who would normally receive free or reduced price meals under the Richard B. Russell National School Lunch Act, to purchase extra food. Benefits will begin to be issued on February 19, 2021 through the P-EBT program.
Winter storms can bring extreme cold temperatures, freezing rain, snow, as well as ice. Power outages can also occur.
Due to the overwhelmingly positive feedback received, the Community and Economic Development Department has relaunched the Forsyth PPE Kit Program to equip and sustain operating businesses confronting the persisting pandemic.