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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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Mueller charges lawyer with lying about interaction with Rick Gates

Manafort Under Scrutiny For $40 Million In "Suspicious" Transactions - As the special counsel investigated President Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort, authorities obtained details on "suspicious" banking activity that was first unearthed in 2014 and 2015.

Face of anti-gay Trump dating website is a convicted child abuser

Barrett Riddleberger, pictured left, is a convicted pedophile who filmed himself having sex with a 15 year-old girl The face of an anti-gay dating app for Donald Trump supporters is a pedophile who was convicted of filming himself having sex with a 15 year-old girl. Barrett Riddleberger's smirk is what greets visitors to Trump.dating, a match-making site for Trump-supporters to connect with one another - as long as they're straight.

Man featured on 'Trump Dating' site has child sex conviction

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Teacher in video body-slamming student reportedly fired

A substitute teacher in North Carolina was fired this week after video footage emerged of him apparently slamming a 12-year-old student to the ground. The incident, which reportedly took place Wednesday at Western Guilford Middle School in Greensboro, was sparked after the teacher apparently took away student Jose Escudero's Valentine's Day chocolates.

North Carolina teacher fired after video shows him body slamming student, reports say

A substitute teacher at Western Guilford Middle School in North Carolina was fired this week after video footage emerged of him slamming a 12-year-old student to the ground. A substitute teacher in North Carolina was fired this week after video footage emerged of him apparently slamming a 12-year-old student to the ground.

CLE on Drafting Effective Wills and Trusts

The National Business Institute is holding a conference entitled, Drafting Effective Wills and Trusts , which will take place on on Tuesday, February 20, 2018, at the Wyndham Garden Greensboro in Greensboro, NC. Provided below is a description of the event: Do you have a clear understanding of the basic tax issues, medical decisions, and planning documents that can complicate the estate planning and probate processes? Are you prepared to answer your clients' tough questions about planning for final wishes? Attend this seminar to gain insight into the fundamentals of preparing estate planning documents, including wills, trusts, and ancillary documents.

Outer Banks waterpark planning new rides, more growth

Johan and Gordon Gormal of Glasgow, Scotland, point toward one of the water slide towers during the grand opening of the H2OBX water park in Powells Point, N.C., on June 22. Johan and Gordon Gormal of Glasgow, Scotland, point toward one of the water slide towers during the grand opening of the H2OBX water park in Powells Point, N.C., on June 22. The first season of the H2OBX Waterpark was successful enough that developers plan on adding rides in 2019 and foresee shops, restaurants and a hotel coming to nearby properties. This year's opening is scheduled for Memorial Day weekend and interviews for summer jobs begin soon, said Brian Czarnecki, chief operating officer of Camelback Resort, the parent company of the Currituck park.

Tension, rumors lead to increased police presence at Grimsley High

"That really created tension across the United States to any student, any parent of a child," Greensboro Police Department Deputy Chief Mike Richey said. Richey says that tension created a situation ripe for rumors at Grimsley High School.

Last Comic Standing's Drew Thomas headlines Creekside Comedy Night

Creekside Comedy Night returns to Creekside Kitchen and Brewhouse with headliner Drew Thomas and comedian Jennie Stencel on Sat. March 3 at 9 p.m. Local comedian Vince Fabra will open the show, which is hosted and produced by Keith Dee.

For the second-time in its 110-year history, M&F Bank posted a net...

For the second time in its 110-year history, Durham's black-owned financial institution M&F Bank lost money for a year. M&F reported on Friday that it lost $2.6 million in 2017 - partly due to a new federal tax law that created a one-time charge of $2.1 million, the company said.

Arts in NC, America richer for contributions by African Americans

African American History Month discussions would not be complete if we did not include the contributions made to the arts and humanities. From the past to the present, there have been countless writers, poets, artisans and performers who have left their mark on American culture.

No a superficial, modern Christianitya : Film tells story of White Rock Baptist Church

Durham's African-American community has contributed as much, or more, to the economic progress and shaping of its modern city as any in the South. But, it's been, too, a fixture where black businessmen forged the groundwork for future and mutual enterprises, where the books of the county's first public library for African Americans were collected in a basement and where The Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People, still a potent political force, was founded.

Errors found in plea deals of 3 convicted in man's slaying

Errors have been found in the plea deals of three men charged with the 2015 fatal beating of an 84-year-old North Carolina man with a baseball bat, making their convictions suspect. The News & Record of Greensboro reports that prosecutors have discovered 22-year-old Kaleb Garrett Dunithan, 21-year-old Jacob Arthur Adams and 22-year-old Nichalous Andrew Lowry were offered plea deals inconsistent with charged crimes.

'American Idol' winner Fantasia Barrino's nephew shot and killed in North Carolina

Police have identified the teen who was shot and killed Tuesday morning in Greensboro, North Carolina as the nephew of "American Idol" and Grammy-winning singer Fantasia Barrino, according to a news release. Tyquan Vonricco Washington, 18, was found suffering from a gunshot wound in the 700 block of Hyde Drive at 10:54 a.m. Washington's father recording artist Ricco Barrino, whose real name is Kassim Vonricco Washington.

a American Idola winner Fantasia Barrinoa s nephew shot and killed in North Carolina

Police have identified the teen who was shot and killed Tuesday morning in Greensboro, North Carolina as the nephew of "American Idol" and Grammy-winning singer Fantasia Barrino, according to a news release. Tyquan Vonricco Washington, 18, was found suffering from a gunshot wound in the 700 block of Hyde Drive at 10:54 a.m. Washington's father recording artist Ricco Barrino, whose real name is Kassim Vonricco Washington.

Fantasia Barrino's Nephew Shot and Killed in North Carolina

According to law enforcement sources ... the singer's 18-year-old nephew died of multiple gunshot wounds Tuesday morning following an argument at a Greensboro, North Carolina residential complex that spilled out into the street. Paramedics attempted life-saving measures on Ty, and he was transported to Moses Cone Hospital ... but died shortly after.

Precious Bradley launches plea to find birth parents

'I just want them to know that I've had a happy life': Teacher who was left on a church doorstep as a baby launches a desperate search to find the parents who abandoned her Precious Bradley, 27, was left on the steps of a church daycare in Greensboro, North Carolina, on January 19, 1991 She was adopted by soldier Ronald Bradley and his wife Sheila, in June 1991 and learned at the age of nine she was adopted Since she was 21 she has been trying to find her parents, including putting up posters in the area and launching a social media campaign In 2014 a DNA test linked her to a second cousin, but that relative turned out to also be adopted, leaving Precious at another dead end A teacher who was abandoned on a doorstep as a baby has launched an emotional search to trace her parents and said: 'I'm not angry - I just want to know who you are.'

DeKalb County teen dies from flu

According to local media outlets, Cross Keys High School Principal Jason Heard informed staff of the passing of Miguel Jaimes Martinez on Monday.

Live now: Vice President Pence gives remarks at National Museum of...

The National Museum of African-American History and Culture chronicles the decades of fighting against slavery, the efforts to end segregation and the Civil Rights Movement as well as contributions made by African-Americans in areas ranging from the military to sports to culture and the arts. The museum opened in September 2016, but the effort to bring the museum to life began decades ago.

Georgia man with flu-like symptoms dies at N Carolina jail

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