July 27, 2016 10:21
“Right now we’re at about a 160 year replacement cost,” Drew said. “In other words if I put a stick of pipe in the ground today, at the rate of funding for maintenance and replacement, we would be able to afford to come back to it, but it wouldn’t be for another 160 years....
July 27, 2016 10:21
Greensboro’s Crossroads Empowerment Camp is looking to recruit middle and high school youth. The organization has made a solid footprint in the community. Existing to give young men leadership tools needed for their future, the camp has helped over 45 students get into college during the past seven years....
July 20, 2016 10:17
Pokéstops have influenced “Pokémon Go” players to go to various sites to collect items, drop Pokémon lures and meet other players. These places are marked in the game’s GPS. Pokéstops are established at historical sites, churches, parks, museums, campuses and public artworks....
July 20, 2016 10:17
Greensboro City Council recently approved a forward-looking plan to guide development and maintenance of one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods. The Historic Aycock five-year plan is an overhaul of how Municipal Service District funds are drawn out, prompted by changes in state law regarding how MSD funds are managed....
July 13, 2016 09:21
We could discuss how much of a drag going to the doctor’s office it is today, but we’ve all done it. No one really likes jumping into that machine that runs patients through the mill as quickly as possible and, honestly, lets your insurance company determine just how sick you are and how much you should get better....
July 13, 2016 09:21
To celebrate Greensboro’s rich history in denim production, new public art is going to be established downtown. A total of 15 three-dimensional jean statues are in the making by Guilford County high school students. The first six will be installed on Elm Street by the end of July....
July 6, 2016 08:51
The Verizon Innovative Learning Program for Minority Males was created last year to combat this low percentage as a first-of-its-kind, two-year program that gives minority boys in middle school access to high-level technology, including coding, robotics, and 3D design, along with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and entrepreneurship skills....
June 29, 2016 08:18
The best jobs of the future will be in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) fields. Thanks to the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter, Winston- Salem State University and the business community, students from the WSFC school system are getting a serious leg up in these fields thanks to an innovative SciTech Institute Summer Camp....
June 29, 2016 08:18
“It was getting harder for us to carry my granddaughter from our house and taking her to school and bringing her back from school, especially with the stairs,” said José. “We had to be more careful, especially when she’s stretching out…especially when it was raining or snowing....

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