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3 hrs ago | Spring Hope Enterprise
Laurie Stancil of Spring Hope and Marissa Davis, Darren Fogarty, Lydia Knight, Christopher McCoy, Evan Moore, Erin Riggins, and Bernard Walston graduated this spring from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
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7 hrs ago | Business Journal
The Olympic Mill complex and accompanying 17 acres on Yanceyville Street in Greensboro has been sold for $2.4 milion to Durham-based Self Help Ventures Fund.
9 hrs ago | Business Journal
Novant Health will open a new family medicine practice this fall within an expansion at Cardinal Shopping Center on northwest Greensboro.
14 hrs ago | Business Journal
After closing last July, two Hungry Howie's restaurants in Greensboro are set to reopen this summer with new management.
15 hrs ago | Metal Center News
Alro Steel Corp., Jackson Mich., has acquired certain assets of Anderson Metals' three service centers.
Initial grading and excavation has begun to make way for a 9.4-mile, four-lane future segment of Interstate 73 as well as a taxiway bridge that will connect Piedmont Triad International Airport to more than 600 acres it owns that is currently inaccessible.
Cone Health is considering seeking state approval to replace its Behavioral Health Hospital, pictured above, and has purchased land around the facility to accommodate such a project.
Dunkin' Brands Group Inc. announced Tuesday it has signed a development agreement with Wendover Donuts LLC to build and manage five Greensboro restaurants.
To those of us raised in the Carolinas, the concept of choosing a type of meat for barbecue seems odd.
MicroTech, a contractor based in Vienna, announced Monday the sale of its visual communications division to UNICOM Government Inc. which has facilities in and around Herndon.
The man charged with murder in the death of his girlfriend will appear before a judge for an arraignment Monday.
Former NC state Rep. Art Pope, NC Governor Pat McCrory and McCrory's education advisor Eric Guckian answer press questions Wednesday, May 7, 2014 at NC A&T State University in Greensoboro.
A new study released by the University of North Carolina at Greensboro suggests that students attending early college high schools, such Robeson Early College High School, are performing at higher levels than their peers attending traditional high schools.
Julie Edmunds, program director for secondary school reform at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, tracked high school-aged teens from 2006 to college.
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Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 04:16 pm
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