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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.
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
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Some protest North Carolina meeting on coal ash problems
Some North Carolina residents are upset with the way state environmental officials conducted a meeting on coal ash ponds at two Duke Energy plants. The News & Record of Greensboro reported many neighbors of the Belews Creek Steam Station near Walnut Cove and the retired Buck Steam Station in Rowan County boycotted the meeting, saying it required travel on a weekday about dinner time.Tusculum's Guervil Advances In Men's 100 Meters
Tusculum's Widchard Guervil, second from left, finished second in his heat and fifth overall in the 100-meter dash preliminaries to advance to Saturday's final at the NCAA Division II National Championship in Charlotte, N.C. Tusculum's Widchard Guervil, second from left, finished second in his heat and fifth overall in the 100-meter dash preliminaries to advance to Saturday's final at the NCAA Division II National Championship in Charlotte, N.C. CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Tusculum freshman Widchard Guervil advanced to the finals of the men's 100-meter dash during preliminaries at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championship Thursday evening at the Irwin Belk Complex on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University.Another school shooting is past time for action
One of these times it's going to be North Carolina. It might be a school in Charlotte or Raleigh.A farewell to the road for Paul Simon
The woman who officials feared may have been trying to abduct a baby from hospitals in the Carolinas had her first court appearance Monday afternoon for charges stemming from an incident at New Hanover Regional Medical Center last month. Linda Mae Everett, 36, of Archdale, is charged with three counts of felony breaking and entering, and one count of misdemeanor larceny.Woman accused of trying to abduct babies from hospitals in NC, SC makes court appearance
Shortly after the NHRMC incident, a bulletin was issued warning Everett may be trying to abduct children from NC and SC hospitals. The woman who officials feared may have been trying to abduct a baby from hospitals in the Carolinas had her first court appearance Monday afternoon for charges stemming from an incident at New Hanover Regional Medical Center last month.Budget public hearing to take place at May 22 Council meeting
Asheville City Council didn't have much to say after Chief Financial Officer Barbara Whitehorn presented the city's proposed operating budget for fiscal year 2018-19 at its last meeting on May 15 - combined, her outline of the document and Council's remarks lasted just over four and a half minutes. City residents will likely not be so concise at Council's regular meeting in council Chambers at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, May 22, when a public hearing will take place for comment on the spending plan.Blind woman breaks down in tears when she sees her guide dog for the first time
'Look at those beautiful eyes': Blind woman breaks down in tears when she sees her guide dog for the first time with special glasses that allow her to see A pair of eSight glasses allowed her to see again, and now the former physician is fundraising to buy her own pair, which cost $9,995 The 48-year-old describes the gradual loss of her sight as: 'Like watching a movie that was slowly fading away' - a sensation that caused her to plummet into a deep depression .'N Carolina sends emergency, fire officials to help in Hawaii
North Carolina officials say 10 emergency managers and fire service officials will work in Hawaii on the response to the erupting Kilauea volcano. The state Department of Public Safety said in a news release that the 10 left Saturday after Hawaii's state emergency management agency requested help.People with eating disorders use apps to navigate supermarket...
Individuals with anorexia, binge eating disorder and bulimia often feel anxious and overwhelmed when surrounded by food. This anxiety can make grocery shopping and cooking a challenge.The Secret History of White Power
This is the web version of our Race/Related newsletter. Please sign up here to have it delivered weekly to your inbox.May 19, 2018 ] Wooten takes oath as superintendent Education
Shanita Wooten was sworn in as the seventh superintendent of the Public Schools of Robeson County before Tuesday's school board meeting. Wooten is the first female superintendent for the Public Schools of Robeson County.Greensboro woman charged with identity theft, fraud
A Greensboro woman was charged with identity theft after investigators say she opened an account in an acquaintance's name. Sally Ward Whaley, 58, of 1464 Bridford Parkway, Greensboro, was charged with identity theft and obtaining property by a false pretense.Board member Harry Smith, a Greenville businessman, at a meeting of...
UNC Board of Governors members have brought their business backgrounds to the negotiating table at UNC campuses - advocating for new financial mechanisms, real estate deals and partnerships with private companies. The close involvement by several board members has produced some wins, but it also has blurred the lines between management and oversight and raised questions about potential conflicts of interest.Pearl Berlin, North Carolina LGBTQ Icon, Dies at the Age of Ninety-Two
Pearl Berlin woke up Lennie Gerber every morning for fifty years with "a kiss and a little schmooze." In 2013, she added two simple words to this morning ritual: "We're married."The six kinds of gay 'straight' hookups
Published: May 18, 2018 in Featured Stories , News Updated: May 17, 2018 at 6:25 pm ENGAGE: Write a letter to the editor Pictured Above: Researchers have found that same-sex exploration and experimentation among college students is increasingly common. Photo Credit: javiindy via Adobe Stock If you took even a cursory look at the most popular gay blogs and websites at the end of April, a titillating array of headlines popped to the surface.Triad: Salisbury Pride, PFLAG Awards, Triad Keys, Trans Conference
Published: May 18, 2018 in Carolinas News Notes Updated: May 18, 2018 at 12:26 am ENGAGE: Write a letter to the editor SALISBURY, N.C. - The Salisbury Pride Festival will be held on June 23, 11 a.m.-5 p.m., in the historic district at E. Fisher St. and S. Lee St. As of press time, the organization was still finalizing its entertainment list which will consist of local artists and performers. Check the website for more information as the event nears.The Greensboro Massacre of 1979, Explained
She had a dinner date planned that night with her husband, Jim. First they'd attend a protest together, a "Death to the Klan" rally kicking off a march and conference in Greensboro, North Carolina, the city where they lived.How smaller congregations are challenging the system to 'go solar'
Faith Community Church, a small, mostly African-American congregation, has a long history of activism dating back to the civil rights era. About a decade ago, church members, who worship in a small space within the Beloved Community Center, a larger hub for social justice activism, began to recognize the growing urgency of climate change, as well.409de858-ab8f-42ea-8c54-aac6ebb9a146-large16x9_ImportedfromLakana
The North Carolina High School Athletic Association 1A and 3A Track and Field State Championship Meet, originally scheduled for Friday, May 18th, has been postponed to Sunday, May 20th.
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