"Forsyth County Coroner Lauren McDonald said there were no signs of a struggle at the home. According to McDonald, there are “a lot of suicides and suicide attempts in the county,” but murder-suicides are rare."
Just few weeks ago Baton Rouge Louisiana was hit really hard with historic flooding forcing thousands of people out of their homes and closing schools and businesses left and right. Some of our very own amazing teachers from South Forsyth Middle School are heading to the Ascension School District in Louisiana today with a small team. We loaded up the Forsyth County team yesterday with a bunch of needed supplies for students and teachers who are starting over and regrouping. We receive a lot…
Would you like to provide a meal for service oriented students? Each year Habitat Forsyth hosts hundreds of college students who travel from all over the country during their breaks to build with us. We are seeking volunteers to provide dinners for these wonderful groups of students. If you are interested in helping out or would like to learn more please contact Debbie at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 336-765-8854..
"Banished" the book--In the early 1900s, there were more than 1,000 African Americans in Forsyth County, Georgia, comprising 10 percent of the population. But in 1912, whites violently expelled all black residents from the county. Today, Forsyth County is home to about 150,000 people, more than 95 percent of them white. Within a matter of months, it had dropped to 30. It's the largest racial cleansing in America that I know of." —Cox Newspapers reporter Elliot Jaspin