April 2, 2014 10:31
Babies turn into toddlers, toddlers turn into children and children turn into teenagers. During the course of development, people outgrow things. They may outgrow toys. Some people outgrow other people. Everyone outgrows clothes. Imagine if you still tried to fit into that cute, little one-piece bathing suit that you wore as a 10-year old girl....
March 26, 2014 09:52
When faced with tragedy, people often look for logic and reason. People crave the comfort of knowing why and how something happened. It is possible that having the answers offers them closure. Without answers or reasons, their minds wander, and they question everything that could have gone wrong....
March 26, 2014 09:52
In online debates at Councilman Tony Wilkins’ Facebook page, and on Ed Cone’s blog before and after the council vote, UNCG Senior Research Fellow Dr. Andrew Brod stated: “It’s silly to say that the ACA is “mathematically unsustainable....
March 26, 2014 09:52
The frigid temperatures did not stop residents of Winston-Salem from joining together for the installation of two new art pieces in front of the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts. On Wednesday, March 19, “The City of the Arts” welcomed two pieces by major 20 th century sculptors as a gift to the City and to the Arts Council....
March 19, 2014 10:21
For the second time this year, Greensboro City Councilman Zack Matheny, a US District 6 Congressional Candidate, voted against financial incentives for a company looking to bring jobs to Greensboro. The two votes contra dict most of Matheny’s voting history, especially as chairman of the city’s Economic Development Committee....
March 19, 2014 10:21
Most people would say that a dollar can’t get you too far these days. A dollar can only buy one-third of a gallon of gas. A dollar would barely put a dent in airfare or luggage fees. Most people would say that a dollar simply isn’t enough to make a difference....
March 12, 2014 11:10
A September 2012 Greensboro City Council agenda packet “Report of Disbursements” detailed a $200,000 payment to Koury Corporation, dated  July of that year. The payment was for expenses related to a booster pump system at The Village at North Elm. Greensboro’s City Council did not vote to approve the payment....
March 12, 2014 11:10
Outside the University Center, on the lawn in a blustery February cold, gathered a group of UNC-Greensboro students and faculty to chant slogans, the more passionate among them even rising above the crowd by stepping up on a concrete bench to give speeches about the future of the university they hold so dear....

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