The Forsyth County Department of Public Health is waiting on federal and state approval to give booster shots to individuals 65 years-old and older, at high risk of severe COVID-19 and those at high risk of occupational exposure.
The Forsyth County Department of Public Health will be giving COVID vaccinations with cash cards next week at the health department and at Kernersville’s Spring Folly, Sin Frontereas Health Fair and at Hanes Memorial CME’s Back to School Event.
Periodically throughout the year Forsyth County declares various personal property items as surplus; by Board resolution, these items are sold via public electronic auction.
You may be thinking, Canning, this time of year!?! Yes. This is a great time of the year to learn the art of canning. It is a year-around activity to preserve in-season fruits, vegetables, and meats. In the fall, there's a variety of foods that can be canned (no pun intended), such as apples, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, cabbage, tomatoes, game and the list goes on.
The Memorial Industrial Community Development Corporation (MICDC) held a Community Food and Farm Groundbreaking on Saturday, Sept. 11 for a new incubator farm located at Horizons Park.
After holding several community meetings and conducting an online survey, Forsyth County is no longer considering Tanglewood Park as a site for the potential Multi-Use Agricultural Event Center.