Fans are available to those in need at the Forsyth County Department of Social Services, thanks to contributions received through the Piedmont Triad Regional Council’s Area Agency on Aging from Duke Energy Carolinas (Operation Fan Heat Relief) and donations from Centenary United Methodist Church.
Forsyth County’s community paramedics are working hard not just to save patients, but to also improve their lives by addressing the issues that result in their 911 calls and emergency department visits.
Play the NC Players Championship at the Tanglewood Championship Course on Saturday, July 20 and Sunday, July 21.
The Cobblestone Farmers Market is once again holding indoor Wednesday markets this summer from 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m at the Department of Public Health, 799 N. Highland Ave. The market will be on Wednesdays from May 22-July 25 and will feature a variety of fresh foods from local farmers.
The Stepping Up Process to End Recidivism (SUPER) celebrated its second graduation last week, honoring three women who’ve been committed to the recovery process and out of jail for at least a year.
Was the snake spotted in your yard a copperhead? Probably not. It could have been a juvenile black rat snake, like the one pictured here. Click on the photo to learn more about Piedmont snakes and the important role they play in ecosystems