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About: greensboro, north carolina

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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Goin' Whole Hog

It's a sultry summer day, with blistering heat rolling along the lazy breezes and mixing with the scents of freshly mown grass and salt from the ocean air. But the increase in temperature is not necessarily from the season's typical weather.

Skagen's New Signatur Hybrid Smartwatch: Insight behind the design of ...

Since its debut almost 30 years ago, Skagen 's strength in watch design has been the presentation of minimal pieces that manage to captivate. Affordable pricing and attention to detail in manufacturing also propelled them forward.

Vacation Renovation

Cindy Morrison had just completed a total renovation on her California home when she thought, why not keep the momentum going? The next project she had in mind was her parents' East Coast beach house, located on South Ridge Lane at the northern end of Wrightsville Beach. Morrison's family moved from New Jersey to Greensboro, North Carolina, 30 years ago, and soon began looking for a vacation home on the coast.

Restaurant, apartments seen for Mary Katherine's building

Allen Gant III confirmed this week that he plans to turn a building in downtown Burlington in loft apartments on the top floor and a restaurant or retail space on the ground floor. Gant, who is casual market manager at Glen Raven, said that he is looking for potential tenants to move into the first-floor space and will reconfigure it when he finds a business for the building at 102 E. Front St. Gant paid $530,500 for the 12,000-square-foot building to Mark and Mary Smith, who owned Mary Katherine's, a women's clothing and gift shop.

Supply Chain News on Do Felons Represent a Mass Labor Market to Address Truck Driver Shortage

As we have reported recently, the dreaded truck drive shortage in the US is certainly still an issue, with regular complaints from large trucking companies and predictions that the shortfall could soon be in the hundreds of thousands, creating havoc for shippers. Experts say that when evaluating perspective drivers, the nature of the crime and the amount of time that has passed are considerations.

Woman rescued from Randleman Lake dies day later

A woman died Sunday at a Greensboro hospital after she had trouble while swimming at Randleman Lake on Saturday, according to lake authorities. Randy Howard, a lake warden at the 3,007-acre reservoir on the Deep River, said Tuesday that the woman, whose name has not been released, and a man were out on a pontoon boat less than a quarter mile from the Randleman marina.

Woman gets probation in North Carolina hit and run death

A 78-year-old woman has been placed on probation for a hit and run death last year in North Carolina. The Times-News of Burlington reported Barbara Bigelow Wyatt of Greensboro entered an Alford plea Monday in the death of 23-year-old Christopher Scott Askey of Mebane last September.

57 Years Ago Today Greensboro Lunch Counter De-segregated

On July 25, 1960, Geneva Tisdale, Susie Morrison, Anetha Jones, and Charles Best became the first black Americans served at a Woolworth's lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina . The store served them as the first step in integrating its lunch counter.

Natty Greene's Kitchen + Market opens at Revolution Mill

The much-anticipated Natty Greene's Kitchen + Market, the new concept by the Greensboro-based brewery, opens Tuesday at Revolution Mill.

On this day in 1975, this iconic musical opened on Broadway

In 1918, the musical revue "The Passing Show of 1918" opened on Broadway, featuring a cast that included Fred Astaire and his sister, Adele, and the song "I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles." Here, American actor-dancer Fred Astaire, left, gets a welcome hug from his sister, Lady Adele Cavendish, on his arrival in London, England, Sept.

Kyle Freeland breezes through the Pirates, Mark Reynolds homers twice ...

On the last Thursday afternoon in May, Sara McMann hopped into her maroon Mini Cooper and drove three hours across the border to Greensboro, North Carolina. Before she arrived at Triad Math and Sciences Academy to deliver a speech at an athletics banquet that evening, she punched in six ideas about her life into the notes section of her iPhone.

Help for the mentally ill

With help from the organization, she now has an apartment, a car and a job through a transitional employment program.

NYC comic recovers from drugs, joins Winfield at Empress

No big deal, sure. Unless you're Evan Williams, the guy who became a teenage alcoholic.

Jerry Upchurch retires

After 58 years as a barber in Asheboro, Jerry Upchurch celebrated his retirement with a community picnic on Saturday, June 24, complete with a D.J. and lots of food. Similar to the celebration to mark his 50th year in business, Upchurch and his wife, Margaret, wanted to share the occasion with those who made his business a success for the better part of six decades.

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Mount Airy's Andy Griffith was the keynote speaker during the 2004 unveiling of the Andy and Opie statue.

UNCG buys new childbirth simulator to train nursing students

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