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FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — As the Forsyth County School System prepares to open this week for in-person and virtual learning, district leaders are urging the public to be tolerant of the varied opinions on what is best for students.

The Forsyth County School System will be the state’s largest district offering students a choice of in-person or virtual learning next month, bucking the all-virtual trend set by most area school systems.

A half-percent drop in the county’s proposed millage rate may save some homeowners a few bucks this year, but the savings may not show up on their overall tax bill if their property increased in value.

FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Advanced voting for the Aug. 11 runoff election begins next week, and voters can either cast their ballots in person or request an absentee ballot. The runoff includes two Republican races and one Democratic race.

With summer in full swing, several area cities have opened their pools to the public, but with an ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, governments are taking extra steps to ensure the safety of their residents. 

The June 9 general primary election narrowed the field for several federal and state seats representing Forsyth County, but some candidates are headed for the Aug. 11 primary runoff. 

FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Forsyth County’s Splash Pad at Old Atlanta Park opened for the season June 5 and will operate through Sept. 7.

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