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The city was named for Major General Nathanael Greene, commander of the American forces at the Battle of Guilford Court House. The Americans lost the battle, but Greene's forces inflicted such heavy casualties on the British that they withdrew out of North Carolina and into Virginia.

Population: 257997
Local Newspapers: Greensboro News and Record
Local Sports Teams: Greensboro Grasshoppers (Single A)
Local Colleges: University of North Carolina at Greensboro Greensboro College Guilford College

Zip Codes associated with greensboro, north carolina: 27025 27214 27235 27301 27401 27403 27405 27406 27407 27408 27409 27410 27455
Towns/Cities near greensboro, north carolina : Burlington Gibsonville Sedalia Forest Oaks Pleasant Garden Jamestown

Greensboro News
Farm Bureau's Smart honored at annual meeting

North Carolina Farm Bureau President Larry Wooten congratulates Haywood County Farm Bureau President Donald Smart and winning agents. Pictured from left, are agency manager Wendy Smathers Carver, Jennifer Best, Wayne Edwards, and James Stone.

County school board holds recognitions -

Christi Smith, center, is honored by the county Board of Education after she received recognition last month at the Exceptional Children Division's 67th Conference held at the Koury Convention Center in Greensboro.

The Big Read: Boom and bust - how tech hubs are killing Middle America

As the nation's economy was still reeling from the body blow of the Global Financial Crisis, Seattle's was about to take off. In 2010, Amazon opened a headquarters in the little-known South Lake Union district - and then expanded eight-fold over the next seven years to fill 36 buildings.

One decision brought together five lives on a North Carolina road. One minute ended them.

Deshon Manuel, 42, was a musician and spoke several languages. But his brushes with the law number nearly 100 and date back to the late 1990s.

Whoa s Getting Femto Laser Cataract Surgery?

The use of femtosecond laser technology to perform key parts of cataract surgery continues to be controversial - not because of any problem with the technology, but because it's expensive relative to the perceived amount of improvement it brings to the procedure. Compounding the problem, reimbursement from insurance companies and Medicare is very limited.

KBI Featured at Sustainable Food Conference

North Carolina sustainable 'Seatech' enterprise, Kepley BioSystems, discusses the future of food technologies at the 4th annual FoodCon held at UNC-Chapel Hill The question we all must be thinking about is, how we can feed 9.8 billion people with growing incomes by 2050?" GREENSBORO, NORTH CAROLINA, U.S., December 11, 2017 / / -- On Friday, December 8, 2017, Dr. Anthony Dellinger, president of Kepley BioSystems Inc. , participated as an invited panelist in the Food Technology session at FoodCon 2017 at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School located in Durham N.C. Entering its fourth year and hosted by UNC-CH, Duke University and North Carolina State University, the conference highlighted sustainable food trends and related issues from industry, academic and community perspectives.

Ofo, a Chinese-based bike-share startup, is bringing its bicycles to Durham.

If you were just getting used to the sight of hundreds of new orange and green bikes around downtown Durham, get ready for hundreds more - this time in yellow. Ofo, a Chinese-based bike-share startup, said that it will be bringing its dockless bikes to the Bull City starting on Tuesday, Dec. 12. Ofo will be the third dockless bike startup to set up shop in the city , after Spin and LimeBike began operating in the city last month.

Mack Catenary Vehicle Demonstrated Near SoCal Ports

A Mack Truck prototype equipped with a proprietary plug-in hybrid-electric driveline participated in a zero-emission eHighway demonstration in California near the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach. Siemens Corp. installed the eHighway infrastructure, which covers one mile of select lanes of a highway, with a catenary system similar to those used to power trolleys or streetcars.

Trump's alleged sexual misconduct should be investigated by Congress, accusers say

Three of the women who have accused President Trump of sexual misconduct are calling for Congress to open an investigation into the allegations against him. The women - Jessica Leeds, Rachel Crooks, and Samantha Holvey - appeared at a press conference in New York City on Monday to detail their experiences with Trump , all of which occurred before he was elected president but spanned decades.

Bryant Jennings Stops Donnie Haynesworth in Third Round

Once Jennings connected with a right hand late in the third round, though, their scheduled eight-round heavyweight fight completely changed. Referee Arthur Mercante Jr. strangely gave Haynesworth, who was still standing, time to show that he could continue.

NC Civil Rights Activist Rips John Lewis for Skipping Museum Event

An African American who participated in a 1960 sit-in that desegregated a Woolworth's lunch counter in North Carolina said Saturday that Georgia Democratic Rep. John Lewis was "wrong" for boycotting the opening of the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum because of President Donald Trump's attendance. "He was wrong not to go there because he paid a tremendous price to be able to go there and say I was a part of this," Clarence Henderson told Ana Cabrera on CNN .

Best and worst cities for driving

Waze's annual Driver Satisfaction Index uses a combination of metrics -- including safety, traffic and road quality -- to declare the happiest driving cities. The 2017 winner, with a satisfaction score of 8.7, is Greensboro, N.C. Waze's annual Driver Satisfaction Index uses a combination of metrics -- including safety, traffic and road quality -- to declare the happiest driving cities.

Zen Zone

Most dogs can learn to behave with a little love and patience - and with the proper motivation, which is where training and behavior products come in. As pets are viewed as members of the family, owners are making more of an effort to modify unwanted behaviors instead of giving up on their pets, said Alison Schwartz, manager of All Pets Considered in Greensboro, N.C. "Calming products are very often requested as well as alternative behavior modification tools, like Pet Corrector and Pet-Agree ultrasonic training," she said.

With a oeI Promise,a ShaLeigh Dance Works addresses the nationa s polarization

Shaleigh Dance Works performed an excerpt of "I Promise" in Charlotte's Duke Energy Theatre in September. You can see the full-length work Dec. 15 to 17 in Durham.

News 1 mins ago 6:43 a.m.N.C. officers help 83-year-old rake 15 bags of leaves

Here's your "aw" moment for the day. News 2 received two pictures of some Greensboro police officer's helping a woman rake and bag leaves.

Smith, Miller lead UNC Greensboro past Elon 75-44GREENSBORO, N.C....

Marvin Smith and Isaiah Miller each scored 12 points and UNC Greensboro rolled to a 75-44 victory over Elon on Thursday night. Smith was 5 of 9 from the floor and made two 3-pointers and Miller was 5-of-7 shooting.

Snow forecast update: More a nuisance sleet,a followed by wet snow Friday, Saturday

Snow and the occasional wintry mix are still possible in the Triangle over the next few days, but the question remains where. Any precipitation Thursday night is expected to be mostly liquid, but some could come as "nuisance sleet" like the area saw Wednesday evening, according to a Thursday morning update from the National Weather Service Raleigh office.

Eastern section of Greensboro beltline open Posted at

A new section of the Greensboro Urban Loop makes it easier to get to U.S. 29 from U.S. 70, as well as from Interstate 40-85. Travelers from Rockingham County and Virginia also will be able to reach the interstate more quickly.

The power of pro bono

When students sign up to volunteer with Pro Bono Dalhousie @ Schulich Law , they're getting opportunities to develop their lawyering skills by working with legal practitioners and associated organizations on projects that serve their local community. "We usually have more applications for placements than we can accommodate," says third-year law student Ashley Hill, one of this year's Pro Bono student co-ordinators, along with second-year law student Rebekah Hovi.

Civitans name Woman of the Year

The Burlington Civitan Club named Beverly Pugh of Mebane as its Woman of the Year on Wednesday, Nov. 6, for work in education and for her volunteer efforts. "For her lifelong passion of educating our youth, and for her volunteering to her community, it is an honor to name our 2017 Civitan Woman of the Year," club member Steve Balog said during the service organization's annual Woman of the Year dinner at Occasions restaurant in downtown Burlington.

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