5 hrs ago
Neil Versel's Healthcare IT Blog
Ode to EMRs, in song format
Two North Carolina physicians have decided to have a little musical fun with their EHR-related frustrations.
12 hrs ago
Newseum plans Civil Rights exhibit
A section of the original Woolworth lunch counter in Greensboro, N.C., where four black college students launched a sit-in movement in 1960, will be included in the Newseum's newest exhibit, set to open Aug.
16 hrs ago
WXII 12 Winston-Salem
Drug suspect hits 4 police cars
Three Greensboro police officers suffered minor injuries late Monday afternoon when their vehicles were hit by a pickup truck driven by a man believed to be transporting drugs.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Laurinburg Exchange Online
Sheriff: Bank heist ends in downtown
A suspected bank robber was arrested Monday morning, but not before leading authorities on a high speed chase through downtown Laurinburg.
WFMY 2 Greensboro
National Guard Dad Surprises His Kids At School
Monday started like any other school day for some students at Rankin Elementary in Greensboro.
Theo Pinson To Make The Call Wednesday
The Greensboro, N.C. native will make his college intentions known where he plays high school ball, Wesleyan Christian High School .
Slideshow: Fast-growing Greensboro firm poised to be an anomaly
Jerry Wass has in just a couple of years grown his leads-generating company, Anomaly Squared, from a concept to 300 employees, with plans to be at 500 by the end of the summer.
Fifth FAA-Conforming HondaJet Achieves First Flight
"An aircraft's first flight is an important and emotional milestone," said Honda Aircraft Company President and CEO Michimasa Fujino.
Sat May 18, 2013
About that moon - " what do you believe?
Channeling Ole' Blue Eyes, "It was a very good year." My daughter Gina was born in February.
Jacksonville Daily News
Teen dead in High Point lake was shot in neck
An 18-year-old man found dead in a High Point lake in March was shot in the back of the neck before he was dumped in the water.
WFMY 2 Greensboro
Cancer Survivors Walk Lap Of Hope
It's a disease that touches everyone from individuals living with it, to family members and friends.
The Week in Pop: My pop-culture picks
I'm loving the 20th anniversary reissue of Last Splash, one of my favorite records of the '90s. Now it sounds even better and comes with tons of bonus material, including demos and live Hope you don't mind if I deliver this feature a little early today.
Fri May 17, 2013
Have a happy, Sharia-free weekend
Amid all the noise and ruckus of the General Assembly's current, historic session, many bills tainted by far-right myths and misperceptions were introduced.
APSU Lady Govs Track and Field's Chantelle Grey, Breigh Jones...
Senior Chantelle Grey will make a return trip to the regional round in the 800m run.
Thu May 16, 2013
Edwards reactivates law license, speaking at event
Former presidential contender John Edwards has reactivated his license to practice law and is setting out on the speaking circuit.
288 apartments planned near PTI
Berkley Hall Construction of Greensboro is planning an up to 288-unit apartment complex off Pleasant Ridge Road in Greensboro.
Does teacher licensure make a difference?
Legislation has recently been passed that will no longer require a licensed teacher to provide instruction to our most precious individuals in society.
John "Buford" Holden, 89, departed from this life on Tuesday, May 15, 2013, at Maple Grove Rehab Center.
Wed May 15, 2013
ASFD installs board members, updates website
John Conrad of Powell Co. was installed as the new president of the American Society of Furniture Designers at the group's meeting here late last month.
WFMY 2 Greensboro
Fallen Triad Officers Remembered
Wearing a police badge comes with daily risks and sacrifices all in an effort to keep our communities safe.