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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

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Clement Elementary becomes Title I Distinguished School Nominee -

After being honored as one of the top performing schools in the state, Clement Elementary School received another accolade Monday night. The school in Autryville is now a 2017 Title I Distinguished School Nominee in North Carolina.

Local Poet Michael Chitwood Draws Deeply from the Triangle in a New...

BEST CREATIVE NONFICTION OF THE SOUTH, VOLUME II: NORTH CAROLINA Tuesday, Nov. 28, 7 p.m., free The Regulator Bookshop, Durham www.regulatorbookshop.com ny adequate literary accounting of North Carolina would seem to require certain elements. The state's natural beauty, the sound of its spoken language, and the history of its land and people.

Nuclear Apocalypse by Accident? Age of Trump

Ironically, President Trump's frequent nuclear blustering serves to hide one aspect of the nuclear risk. Focus on his instability and possible impetuous resort to the nuclear trigger may distract from equally significant dangers.

K4Connect lands biggest deal to date with senior living communities

Scott Moody's four-year dream dream of making the "Internet of You" rather than the "Internet of Things" became closer to reality on Monday. K4Connect has landed a contract with Kisco Senior Living, thus taking its home automation and social engagement solutions for older people and those living with disabilities, from coast to coast.

Man found dead when officers respond to break-in call

Greensboro police told local media that officers were called to a break-in around 5:15 a.m. Monday. Police said the man ran when he was confronted by those living in the home.

What 2 Brothers Started in NC in 1905 Is No More

Moses and Ceasar Cone founded their denim brand in the late 19th century, and in 1905 opened the Cone Denim White Oak plant in Greensboro, NC. Within three years, it was churning out more denim than anywhere else in the world, reports the Triad City Beat; in its heyday, White Oak clocked in at 1.6 million square feet, making it the world's largest such plant and the long-time supplier of denim for Levi's 501 jeans.

NC a&T wins 11th straight, tops NC Central for Meac title Greensboro, ...

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Commenters take aim at draft election maps

Both sides gave wildly different takes Friday on a court-appointed consultant's initial attempt at fixing the North Carolina General Assembly's problem with racial gerrymandering. The responses were polar opposites, with lawyers for 31 aggrieved voters from across the state taking a generally positive view of the plan and offering constructive criticism of new state House and Senate voting maps proposed by "special master" Nathaniel Persily.

New Durham Public Schools Superintendent Pascal Mubenga (left) signs his contract on Oct. 16.

New Durham Public Schools Superintendent Pascal Mubenga doesn't officially start work until Nov. 27, but he's already begun to assemble his leadership team. On Mubenga's recommendation, the school board on Thursday, Nov. 16, hired Nakia Hardy to become the district's new deputy superintendent of academic services.

Rhiannon Giddens drops into Pocklington Arts Centre for smallest gig on her UK tour

CAROLINA Chocolate Drops founder Rhiannon Giddens plays Pocklington Arts Centre on Wednesday in the smallest location of her nine-date November tour, and not surprisingly the 8pm show has sold out. The 40-year-old Greensboro, North Carolina singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist will be showcasing her second solo album, Freedom Highway, which includes nine original songs she wrote or co-wrote while Giddens and her band toured 2015's Tomorrow Is My Turn album.

Olujobi shoots North Carolina A&T past The Citadel, 92-73

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Ex-UNC player's estate sues ACC, NCAA over concussions

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Bluestone gets new assistant principal

Lekeisha Horton was approved by the Mecklenburg County School Board during a special called meeting earlier this month. Her tentative plans are to start the new job on Thursday, Dec. 7. For the past 11 years, Horton has taught science and math, first in Greensboro, N.C. and then back in her home county of Granville.

District's notable work in conference spotlight

When the North Carolina School Boards Association gathered in Greensboro this week for its annual state conference, delegates to the three-day meeting learned a lot about Lenoir County Public Schools. Of the 50 breakout sessions scheduled – presentations by education leaders like the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, Apple and the Center for Effective Teaching – five were presented by LCPS staffers about LCPS, about notable work going on this public school district.

Advertising manager is Principal for a Day Updated at

Two decades after successfully completing his elementary school career at Coleridge Elementary, The Courier-Tribune Advertising Manager Justin Little circled back to shadow the school's current principal, Jo Glidewell, as a participant of the Principal for a Day program. Now in its fourth year, PFAD is facilitated by the Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce's Business and Education team, which includes representatives from the chamber, Randolph County School System , Asheboro City Schools , Communities In Schools of Randolph County, and local businesses and organizations.

Hughes brings experience to New Bern Parks and Rec job Updated at

Though he's new to New Bern, Foster Hughes, the city's recently hired parks and recreation director, is no novice when it comes to building playgrounds and planning outdoor events. The Burlington native attended Western Carolina University and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, where he earned a bachelor's degree in Parks and Recreation.

Graduate gives university in North Carolina $1 million

The University of North Carolina Greensboro announced Monday that Joanne Safrit has given her alma mater the money to establish a professorship in kinesiology, the study of human movement. The Safrit-Ennis Distinguished Professorship is named for Safrit and her longtime partner, Catherine Ennis, who died in April.

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