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Renovation plans are underway for six individual properties in the one square block of South Elm Street, Martin Luther King Jr. Drive and East Lewis Street, immediately south of the railroad tracks in downtown Greensboro.
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The city of Greensboro is in the early stages of updating its comprehensive plan, the central policy-guiding tool used in city planning and zoning that will be the vision plan for growth and development in the city.
Bob Hunter, an N.C. Court of Appeals judge and former Greensboro attorney, has been appointed by Gov. Pat McCrory to the N.C. Supreme Court.
Greensboro, N.C., police arrested a man wanted in connection with one of eight confirmed shootings that happened during Memorial Day weekend.
Penny Whiteheart is leading efforts to create NC Aerospace Inc., a new nonprofit organization that is expected be up and running this fall to support the aviation industry across the Triad and North Carolina.
Former North Carolina Poet Laureate Fred Chappell will read from his newest book, "Familiars: Poems," at 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 24, at Blue Ridge Books, located at 152 S. Main St., Waynesville.
Chris Ferrell, CEO of SouthComm, Inc. announced today that the company had reached an agreement with Charles Womack of Womack Newspapers, Inc. to acquire the assets of Creative Loafing Charlotte.
Smoking has been declining in the United States for years, but one-fifth of the world's population continues to smoke cigarettes, reports the American Cancer Society's Tobacco Atlas, which has led to a 13% overall increase in cigarette consumption in the last decade.
In the week since Robin Williams' passing, it has emerged that this beloved actor's skills stretched far beyond the big screen.
HIGH POINT, N.C. The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival is ending operations after 37 years because of continuing financial struggles.
Ed Nelson, a television, stage and film actor who was one of the mainstays of the 1960s prime-time soap opera "Peyton Place," died Aug. 9 at his home in Greensboro, N.C. He was 85. On "Peyton Place," the nighttime TV drama revolving around the romantic relationships in a small New England town, Mr. Nelson played Michael Rossi during the series' ... (more)
Kevin W. Lloyd, 29, of 2142 Pocomoke Road, Franklinton, was arrested Aug. 8 on a charge of violating parole and probation.
Heath Slocum, Scott Langley share second-round lead at Wyndham Championship By JOEDY McCREARY Associated Press GREENSBORO, North Carolina - Heath Slocum and Scott Langley each shot 5-under 65 for the second straight day Friday to share the lead at the Wyndham Championship on 10-under 130.
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